The 100: Season 3 Review - IGN


The 100: Season 3 was messy, that’s for sure. In the first half, it often felt like we were being given big ideas happening on screen, without the proper build up to them. The show has thrived on putting its characters in dark, morally questionable circumstances, but with the Bellamy situation especially, it was just way too much, too fast, which left a lot of what followed more difficult to be on board with, given how it began. But as the season progressed, there was still plenty of examples of the bold, clever sci-fi series the show has always been, and while it couldn’t retroactively fix those early mistakes, certainly some of the follow-up with Pike and Bellamy by the end was much better than proceeded it.

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