The CW has released a new trailer for "Wanheda: Part One", the first episode of Season 3 of "The 100".

Warning! This article contains spoilers.

The CW has released a new teaser of the first episode of Season 3 of The 100. Clarke seems more determined than ever.

The 100: A disturbing teaser

After a successful second season of the show, The 100: Season 3 comes in a few days on the small screen with a first episode. Clarke Griffin will continue his assault course and should find Lexa, in a very tense situation, after the betrayal of the latter at the end of Season 2.

The young Arker may have trouble keeping Clarke. Tensions should be at the reunion and everyone is looking Clarke. The reunion could be fatal for some group members.

Bobby Morley: "Clarke will remain leader"

In an interview with IGN, Bellamy Blake evokes the status of the heroine of the series, "Clarke will remain a leader while Bellamy will continue to carry out his orders. He took a real distance with his desire to become a chef. Bellamy further seeks to understand what it means to be in charge of a people. I think the character of Henry Ian Cusick (Marcus) is a leader and Bellamy learn a lot from him and he tries to make the best decision possible."

The actor emphasizes the relationships between the characters in the series: "I think the show has a very interesting perspective on leadership and the fact of using it in the interest of the greatest number. Being a leader in the show, he already has the power to make decisions and know that the people will follow his instructions. It's very funny to see that many decisions are made in a personal interest while others have a common interest. "

The first episode of The 100: Season 3, Wanheda: Part One, will premier on the CW on January 21.


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