The 100 Season 7 has reached all the way back to season 4 for a surprise as the women warriors reckon with each other. The 100 Season 7 Episode 7 was a blast watching and it is time for the fans to know what is going to happen in the next The 100 Season 7 Episode 8, which is due out next Wednesday night, July 8, 2020. And episode 8 will not be an ordinary episode of the CW series and is titled as “Anaconda”. For starters, the episode is going to be the backdoor pilot for the prequel series announced sometimes ago.

The 100 Season 7 Episode 7 Review-The Queen’s Gambit

Sheidheda in the previous episode continued to prove about his reputation of being a master strategist whereas Emori came into her own as a leader on Sanctum. On the other hand, Murphy struggled with the opposite impulse. Meanwhile, the most formidable women on the show found themselves imprisoned on Bardo, and Jackson helped Madi to lay down her burden as Commander.

Gabriel also took a deal from Anders to join the Cypher Team rather quickly and played the role of a double agent.

The 100 Season 7 Episode 8 Spoilers

According to the official synopsis, Clarke will confront a new adversary. And a surprising connection will take the episode back to the past and all about the nuclear apocalypse that destroyed the Earth.

The 100 Season 7 Upcoming Episode 8 “Anaconda”

The official title for episode 8 is “Anaconda” which will feature intense, action-filled and dramatic scenes as Clarke will confront a new enemy. Talking about Clarke’s situation, it will turn out that she will indeed be a busy character in this episode. Meanwhile, Clarke will also indeed take it upon herself to go confront a new enemy that has arrived already.

The second teaser will reveal a shocking connection happening at some point in this episode. This connection will deliver some flashbacks to the past featuring the nuclear apocalypse that will totally destroy the Earth.

Watch the Promo here.

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Wrapping Up!

The 100 Season 7 Episode 8 “Anaconda” will air on Wednesday night, July 8, 2020, on The CW.





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