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The 100: Season 1, Episode 3: Earth Kills: Trailer & Images [The CW]

Eliza Taylor The 100 Earth Kills

New TV show photos & trailer for The CW‘s The 100. The third installment of The 100, ‘Earth Kills,’ is previewed through promotional photos, and a new trailer. So far, The 100 has focused on themes like social engineering, social Darwinism, cutthroat politics, peer pressure/ mob mentality, and responsibility vs anarchy, with a hint of colonialism. With ‘Earth Kills,’ it seems a supernatural, or mystical element will be added. A common theme throughout history’s Age of Discovery, which left us with such myths & mysteries as Mermaids, and the Bermuda Triangle. Throw in the customary creepy kid, seemingly on the inside track of all the weirdness, and the formula is ready for sampling.

TV show images from ‘Earth Kills’:

Eliza Taylor The 100 Earth Kills

Eliza Taylor The 100 ‘Earth Kills’

 

Eliza Taylor The 100 Earth Kills

 

Eliza Taylor Eli Goree Thomas McDonell The 100 Earth Kills

Eliza Taylor Eli Goree Thomas McDonell The 100 ‘Earth Kills’

 

Marie Avgeropoulos The 100 Earth Kills

Marie Avgeropoulos The 100 ‘Earth Kills’

 

Richard Harmon Bob Morley The 100 Earth Kills

Richard Harmon Bob Morley The 100 ‘Earth Kills’

The 100, season 1, episode 3, ‘Earth Kills,’ stars Eliza Taylor, Thomas McDonell, Eli Goree, Marie Avgeropoulos, Bob Morley, Devon Bostick, Richard Harmon, Lindsey Morgan, Valerie Tian, and Izabela Vidovic. It airs Wednesday, April 2, at 9.00 pm EST, on The CW.

Watch The 100: Season 1, Episode 2: ‘Earth Kills’ TV show trailer, and leave your thoughts, on the trailer & images, in the comments section below. For more The 100 photos, videos, and information, visit our The 100 Page, subscribe to us by Email, follow us on Twitter, Tumblr, or on Facebook.

Sources: SpoilerTV, The100Source

 

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