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'The 100' Series Finale: Fans bid goodbye to The CW post-apocalyptic series, say 'their fight is over'

Seven years, seven seasons - #MayWeMeetAgain
'The 100' (The CW)
'The 100' (The CW)

Spoilers for ‘The 100’ Season 7 Episode 16 'The Last War'

This was it - we finally say goodbye to one of The CW's best shows, even though the last season was a bit iffy for most. The series itself has quite biblical toward the end, with humanity been given another chance to prove themselves worthy of committing to a better world. For a brief moment, we thought all was lost when Clarke Griffin (Eliza Taylor) failed the test and Lexa (Alycia Debnam-Carey) told her the human race was doomed for extinction. But of course, Octavia Blake (Marie Avgeropoulos) saved the day reminding everyone that was set to fight the last war, that it indeed wasn't worth it. For fans, who expected better from the season in its entirety, they were actually satisfied with the ending of the episode.

"100 episodes and 6 planets later and their fight is over #The100," tweeted one fan. Another added, ""I'll miss you... #The100 #MayWeMeetAgain"



In the end, we saw Lexa reveal to Clarke that coming back from transcendence was a choice and in fact, Clarke was not alone at all. Her friends, that have been family for years now, were back with her - together they were given another chance. We also saw Emori and Murphy get their happy ending, Octavia and Levitt get their happy ending and Clarke found out that Madi was at peace in transcendence. It was an ending that was predictable - how else do you end the last war on a good note? "THAT ENDING WAS BEAUTIFUL OMG I CANT STOP CRYING WTFFF THIS F***ING SHOW OMG I LOVE IT SO MUCH! #The100," tweeted one fan. Another wrote, "At least they got the happy ending they all deserve #the100."



Of course, if you're a true fan, you also caught what this fan tweeted -  "THEY SHOWED THE PILOT SCENE AT THE END BECAUSE CLARKE SAID "THE GROUND.. THAT'S THE DREAM" AND SHE FINALLY GOT HER DREAM AND HER HAPPY ENDING??." So all in all, it's like a techy version of Noah's Ark, we could say, without the boat and a storm - but yes after so many planets, so many enemies, numerous deaths, and trying to survive the inevitable - their fight is over.


"7 years. 7 seasons. 100 episodes Thank you for making me feel the different kind of emotions that I never thought I would feel. Words can't explain what I fucking felt in this show. What an amazing, incredible rollercoaster show. May we meet again! #The100," tweeted another fan.