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THE 100: Season 3, Episode 14: Red Sky at Morning: TV Show Trailer [The CW]

Erica Cerra The 100 Red Sky at Morning

TV show trailer for The CW‘s The 100, Red Sky at Morning. With a title that conjures up memories of some primo Red Menace propaganda (it was a thing that happened, kids – read a book, or your non tree based alternative of choice; but avoid the films – the 80s variety will moss your mind), the next installment of The 100 promises to put Alie (Erica Cerra) squarely on the back foot, as Murphy’s (Richard Harmon) survival may yet again come at someone else’s expense – namely hers.

With some of the show’s brightest minds (you can go ahead and count – it won’t even take one full hand) zeroing in her software underbelly, Murphy goes from being the guy that knows what that underbelly is, to the guy that can poke it with appropriately primitive, sharp pokey things.

Seeing as how Murphy seems intent on sticking around long enough to see how roaches rule the World, he may be prepared to take Emori-Alie’s (Luisa D’Oliveira) nuclear fallout warning with a fistful of salt.

Should be interesting to see how much confidence he inspires in the rest of the resistance; but getting past Indra (Adina Porter) has to count for something.

Me? I just look forward to any episode that makes Alie go “eep.”

‘Red Sky at Morning’ also stars Eliza Taylor, Bob Morley, Marie Avgeropoulos, Henry Ian Cusick, Paige Turco, Isaiah Washington, Lindsey Morgan, Christopher Larkin, Devon Bostick, Jarod Joseph, Chelsey Reist, Nesta Cooper, and Michael Beach. It airs Thursday, May 5, at 9pm EST, on The CW.

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