The CW has renewed its post-apocalyptic drama series “The 100” for a sixth season, just two episodes into the airing of its current fifth.
The new season saw a time jump of six years, with Clarke (Eliza Taylor) still surviving on the ground, while her friends led by Bellamy (Bob Morley) are up in space waiting for a signal that it’s safe to return back to Earth.
Meanwhile, others are still trapped in the bunker and are running out of rations and among various clans of people that had still yet to unite as one. Making things more complicated, new space prisoners have come down to Earth.
Also today, NBC has renewed its darkly comic series “Good Girls” for a second season. Christina Hendricks, Retta, and Mae Whitman star as three suburban moms who rob the local grocery store, with things quickly spiralling out of control from there. The series wrapped its 10-episode first season in April with a solid 1.5 rating and 6.1 million viewers overall in Live+7.
The announcement comes as NBC has handed out series orders for three dramas – medical drama “New Amsterdam,” spy thriller “The Enemy Within” and soapie drama “The Village”.
Source: TV Line