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In 2013  Kass Morgan has published her book “The 100”. One year later, Jason Rothenberg decided to trasform Kass Morgan’s book into a tv series . That’s how, “the post-apocalyptic science fiction drama” The 100 has been born. The first episode  tv series  was broadcast March 19,2014 on The CW. (Source: action of the first season of the tv series is placed 97 years after a nuclear apocalypse. In order to ensure the mankid survival,  „The Ark” (stuck to the Earth’s orbit) was formed. It was a station that housed over 2400 people, divided into another 12 stations. When the leaders Thelonious Jaha, Marcus Kane and Dr. Abby Griffin found out that The Ark can no longer protect them in space, they’ve tried to find a solution for surviving again. That’s why they decided to sent a ship back to Earth in order to find out if it is habitable again, if the radiations are gone. In that ship they sent 100 prisoniers, like Clarke Griffin, Bellamy and Octavia Blake, Jasper Collins, Monty Green, Raven Reyes, Finn Collins, John Murphy and Wells Jaha. The 100 kids that were send back to Earth discovered a lot of things, that some part of the humanity has survived: the Grounders that were divided into clans, another Grounders that were cannibals and Mountain Men ( they were living in Mount Weather) who were staying in the Mount before the apocalypse.  (Source: The action in the second season is place into the Mount Weather or on Earth. After a lot of conflicts between the 100, a battle with the Grounders, 52 of them died. The ones that remaind alive were taken to Mount Weather. Here, the Mountain Main wanted them to feel safe, like home, so they gave them food, clothes, a place to live and sleep. Still, Clarke was feeling that something wasn’t alright. Later on, she discovered that the Mountain Men were using their blood and the one of some Grounders that they captured so that they can survive on the outside world, because the radiation were able to kill them. Because on the Ark the life conditions were worsening, they decided to separate the stations again to try to came back to Earth. Some of them succeded and the others lost their lifes in the contact with the Atmosphere. In order to save the kids that were prisoniers on Mount Weather, the people from the Ark made an aliance with the Grounders. (Source: the third season, the people from The Ark choosed a new lider, Pike and he decided to declare war to The Grounders. Jaha has found A.L.I.E, who was made by the 13 station on space. A.L.I.E is the one that created the nuclear apocalypse. Jaha is controlled by her and he’s the one that convince the people from Arkadia( the name that the people from The Ark use now) and Polis ( the capital city of the Grounders) . In the end, Clarke has destroyed A.L.I.E. (Source: the fourth season, the humankind confronts with a new problem: the planet will be hit by another wave of radiation stonger than the one from 97 years ago. Even if you came from the Sky or you are from the Earth, you’re body can’t handle this new wave of radiation so you’ll die. That’s the reason why The Grounders and the people from Arkadia will collaborate for finding a way to get of this alive. The solution that they found was transforming everybody into Nightbloods, but unfortunately the plan failed. Jaha found a bunker that could offer salvation for 1200 people. Fights had started between the Grounders and the Sky people and at their end, 11 leaders of the clans lost their lives. Octavia is the one who won the fight and she decided that the bunker will be shared ( 100 people from each clan will live in it). A few kids from the 100 prisoners that came to Earth went back to the Ark and Clarke( who became a Nightblood) sacrificed herself and remained alone to face death by helping her friends to return back on the Ark. (Source: One of the feminist characters from this tv series is Clare Griffin. From the moment when the ship with the 100 prisoners reached the ground she proved that she’s smart, kind, trustworthy and determined. She and Bellamy had a fight with each other because they didn’t know who should be in charge on the ground.  She always tried to treat the people equally no matter were they were from, she was concerned more with the needs of the ones around her.  She even gave second  chances to the ones that have done wrong things, like John Murphy. Clarke is the one that suggested that they need water and food in order to survive and they can obtain those only if they decide to work together. Because she’s the daughter of the doctor from the Ark, whose one of the leaders,  the kids tend not to listen to her advice, but slowly when they realize that she’s right, she gained their respect. Even if she’s just 18  “she is courageous, artistic, fierce and incredibly smart for her age when it comes to political decisions, quickly gaining the utmost respect from her fellow delinquents.” By making a lot of sacrifices for assuring the welfare of the others she proved herself worth to be called a leader.  She stopped A.L.I.E and tried to find solutions for ensuring the humankind salvation. (Source: But, maybe because she’s young or because of the lost of her father, she also took bad decisions. Together with Bellamy, they exposed the people from Mount Weather to radiation, causing their deaths. As a consequence, they’ve lost Jasper trust, because he was in love with a Mountain girl. She received the name Wanheda for killing the Mountain Men from the Grounders. (Source:  After seeing the way in which the people from the ground respect and listen to Clarke the leaders from the Ark decided that the young ones should take the lead here, on Earth. Also, Clarke came out as bisexual on this tv series. She had a relationship in the first season with Finn, in the third one with Lexa, the commander of the Grounders and in the fourth one with Niylah. And, in the end, she decided to sacrifice herself in order to help her friends survive, by staying behind. Still, she managed to survive because of her Nightblood blood. (Source:  By being a strong character, one that fight for the things that she believed in, by showing kindness, by treating the people around her equally and by not being afraid to love even somebody of the same sex, Clarke Griffin represents a feminist character. From my point of view, another feminist character could be Raven Reyes. After she built a spacial ship with Abby’s help, she went on Earth without the consent of the Leaders from The Ark. One of the reason why she wanted to go on Earth desperately was that The Ark lost contact with the ship of the 100 prisoners and two, her boyfriend, Finn Collins was on that ship, because of her. She landed safely on Earth and made possible the communication with The Ark. She made weapons for the 100. In a way or another, Raven has some personality traits similar to Clarke’s.  She’s also strong, smart, determined. In vary occasions, she expressed exactly what she was feeling. Sometimes, she was violent but like Clarke, she also sacrifice herself in order to help her friends survive. Not taking in account her physical pain, she works diligently for solutions to save the humankind. On season four, after several strokes she was on the point to let herself die, alone on the bunker. But, she found the strength to continue fighting and that’s how she repaired the rocket that brought back to space her friends and her when the wave of radiation hit the Earth. She was never afraid to express her feelings, her thoughts. Raven is strong, especially mentally and can survive even by herself. (Source: a psychoanalytic point of view, in this tv series we can find a few concepts of psychoanalysis like: latency.