Index Of The 100 Season 6 Download "S06" [480p/720p/1080p] Episode 10 Added! With Subtitles

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Index of The 100: S06 E01  Sanctum
Index of The 100: S06 E02  Red Sun Rising
Index of The 100: S06 E03  The Children of Gabriel
Index of The 100: S06 E04  The Face Behind the Glass
Index of The 100: S06 E05  The Gospel of Josephine
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Index of The 100: S06 E06  Memento Mori
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Index of The 100: S06 E07  Nevermind
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Index of The 100: S06 E08  The Old Man and the Anomaly
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Index of The 100: S06 E09  What You Take With You
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Index of The 100: S06 E10  Matryoshka
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Index of The 100: S06 E11  Ashes to Ashes [23 July]
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Index of The 100: S06 E12 · Adjustment Protocol [30 July]
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The 100 (articulated The Hundred [2]) is an American dystopian sci-fi show TV arrangement that debuted on March 19, 2014, on The CW. The arrangement, created by Jason Rothenberg, is inexactly founded on the novel arrangement of a similar name by Kass Morgan.[3] 

The arrangement pursues a gathering of dystopian survivors, primarily a gathering of criminal teenagers, including Clarke Griffin (Eliza Taylor), Finn Collins (Thomas McDonell), Bellamy Blake (Bob Morley), Octavia Blake (Marie Avgeropoulos), Jasper Jordan (Devon Bostick), Monty Green (Christopher Larkin), Raven Reyes (Lindsey Morgan), John Murphy (Richard Harmon), and Wells Jaha (Eli Goree). They are among the primary individuals from a space environment, the Ark, to come back to Earth after an overwhelming atomic end of the world. Other lead characters incorporate Dr. Abby Griffin (Paige Turco), Clarke's mom; Marcus Kane (Henry Ian Cusick), a chamber part on the Ark; and Thelonious Jaha (Isaiah Washington), the Chancellor of the Ark and Wells' dad. 

In May 2018, the arrangement was restored for a 6th season, which debuted on April 30, 2019. In April 2019, the arrangement was restored for a seventh season, that will comprise of 16 episodes.[4] 

The setting is 97 years after an overwhelming atomic end times clears out practically all life on Earth.[5] Thousands of individuals live in a space station circling Earth, which they call the Ark, built of associating space stations and spacecraft.[2] Three ages have been conceived in space, bringing the number of inhabitants in the Ark past conveying limit. What's to come is endangered by over-population.[2] 100 adolescent prisoners are sent to Earth in a last endeavor to decide if it is tenable. They find that some endure the end of the world: the Grounders, who live in tribes secured a power battle; the Reapers, another gathering of Grounders who have been transformed into barbarians by the Mountain Men; and the Mountain Men, who live in Mount Weather, plunged from the individuals who bolted themselves away before the end of the world. Under the administration of Bellamy and Clarke, the 100 endeavor to endure the cruel surface conditions, fight threatening Grounders and build up correspondence with the Ark. 

In the subsequent season, 48 of the staying 100 are caught and taken to Mount Weather by the Mountain Men. It is in the end uncovered that the Mountain Men are transfusing blood from detained Grounders as an enemy of radiation treatment as their bodies have not adjusted to manage the rest of the radiation on Earth. Therapeutic trial of the 100 demonstrate a considerably progressively intense enemy of radiation viability: their bone marrow will enable the Mountain Men to get by outside control. The occupants of the Ark have crash-landed different stations on Earth and started a union with the Grounders to spare gatherings of individuals, naming the fundamental settlement at Alpha Station "Camp Jaha". 

In the third season, Alpha Station renamed Arkadia, goes under new administration when Pike, a previous educator, and coach on the Ark, is chosen as chancellor and starts a war with the Grounders. Pike utilizes extremely risky techniques, which further harms their effectively delicate association with the grounders. A man-made brainpower named A.L.I.E. – who was instructed to improve life for humankind – is uncovered to have reacted by taking care of the issue of human overpopulation by propelling the atomic end of the world that crushed Earth. The AI assumes control over the psyches of about everybody in Arkadia and Polis, the capital city of the Grounders. In the season three finale, Clarke figures out how to obliterate A.L.I.E. 

In the fourth season, many atomic reactors around the globe are dissolving down because of many years of disregard that will bring about 96 percent of the planet getting to be appalling. Clarke and the others scan for approaches to endure the coming influx of radiation. When it is found that the Grounders with dark blood, known as the Nightbloods – can utilize radiation, Clarke and the others endeavor to reproduce the equation, yet neglect to test it. An old shelter is found that can ensure 1,200 individuals for more than 5 years from the new end of the world; every one of the twelve families chooses a hundred people to remain in the dugout. A little gathering chooses to come back to space and endeavor to make due in the leftovers of the Ark. Be that as it may, Clarke, who is currently a nightblood stayed on the Earth's surface alone. 

In the fifth season, six years after the emergency of the atomic reactors, a detainee transport ship lands in the main green spot left on Earth, where Clarke and Madi, a Nightblood Grounder who likewise endure the flood of radiation that cleared the planet after the emergency, have been living. The individuals who made due in space and in the fortification have returned securely on the ground. A battle for the Shallow Valley between the detainees and another, joined family, known as Wonkru, starts, bringing about the fight finishing with the valley being devastated. The survivors getaway to space and go into cryosleep while they trust that the Earth will recuperate. 

In the 6th season, following 125 years in cryosleep, Clarke, Bellamy, and the others wake up to discover that they are no longer circling Earth and have been brought to another livable world, Alpha, otherwise called Sanctum. In the wake of arriving on this world, they find another general public, driven by decision families known as the Primes. In any case, they additionally find new threats in this new world, and a strange radical gathering, known as the Children of Gabriel.