7 Things You Didn’t Know About The CW’s ‘The 100’
The 100 is a post-apocalyptic science fiction drama series loosely based on a book by the same name. It’s been going strong since it first debuted in 2014 on The CW and this February it will be going into its fourth season. Since so many of us are excited for The 100 to return, we have a compiled a list of 7 things you didn’t know about the series to help tide you over while you wait:
7. Meaning Behind Their Names
Many of the characters names are taken from famous science fiction writers. Blake Bellamy is comes from Edward Bellamy; Clarke Griffin comes from Arthur C. Clarke; Wells Jaha comes from H.G. Wells; and Octavia Blake comes from Octavia Butler.
The character Lexa doesn’t exist in the books and was created for the TV show. The actress who plays Lexa, Alycia Debnam-Carey, didn’t even have to audition for the part – it was offered to her! Debnam-Carey was also being considered for the role of Alicia Clarke on Fear the Walking Dead, which she also landed.
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