Picture: Diyah Pera, Diyah Pera/The CW. If you are more when you look at the mood for post-apocalyptic fare…
This CW drama — about 100 juvenile delinquents who are sent to Earth to see if it’s habitable nearly a century after a nuclear war destroyed the planet — is the perfect choice if you’re more in the mood for post-apocalyptic fare. The 100 has evolved quite a bit beyond its initial premise, rebooting itself again and again as our heroes, led by Eliza Taylor’s Clarke and Bob Morley’s Bellamy, discover new obstacles they must overcome over the series’ run. Nevertheless the rich world-building and complex character relationships — plus the show’s willingness to ruthlessly destroy down also beloved leads — could keep you itching to understand what comes next period after season.
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The Fosters constantly wore its heart on its sleeve. The Freeform drama is targeted on a multi-ethnic, blended family led by mothers Stef (Teri Polo) and Lena (Sherri Saum) that features one biological son or daughter, used twins, as well as 2 foster young ones (who they later follow). The series also tackles several other important issues, such as sexual identity, immigration, sex trafficking, breast cancer, and sexual assault, all with The Fosters’ perfect blend of humor, pathos, and hope in addition to exploring the realities of the foster system and blended families. More