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The 100 Season Two  


I found The 100 Season One interesting and was curious where the show would go. A couple of people told me The 100 falls apart around the end of the second season. I can definitely see what they mean after watching The 100 Season Two on Netflix. I have started watching The 100 Season Three and this show is losing it fast. The 100 Season Two disappointed me on so many fronts.

The issues families will have with The 100 Season Two is blood, violence, bad language, genocide, sexual deviancy and more. So much of The 100 Season Two makes little to no sense. From out of the blue betrayal when you have beaten an enemy to throwing in sexual deviancy. A theme in The 100 Season Two is bearing the burden of something for your people.

SPOILER ALERT! The Mountain Men are completely destroyed at the end of The 100 Season Two. It makes little sense why it happens as well. Why kill all of them? Why wouldn’t they negotiate? There are no good guys or bad guys in The 100 Season Two. All of them do bad things, and sometimes they do good things. Blood requires blood means a certain main character has to die.

The 100 Season Two has no problem killing off major characters. At times the deaths make little to no sense. Alliances form and are broken in The 100 Season Two with no repercussions. The ethics of the Grounders is in question in The 100 Season Two. The Chancellors journey in The 100 Season Two is interesting. Sadly that falls apart in a weird way. What were the writers thinking?

Part of the problem The 100 Season Two has is they kill off too many good characters. I start to like someone and they gone. It makes it more difficult to get invested in any of the characters knowing they could die at any point. Certain major characters that should die continue on in The 100 Season Two. Those characters I could care less about.
- Paul


Graphics: 45%
Sound: 50%
Replay/Extras: 55%
Gameplay: 40%
Family Friendly Factor: 35%

System: Netflix
Publisher: Netflix
Developer: Alloy Entertainment
Rating: ‘TV-PG’ - This program contains some material that many parents would find unsuitable for children under 14 years of age.

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