FOX NEWS (AP) – A final episode of the hit drama The 100 has aired, with a final title: “Lethal Weapon.”
The finale aired on Friday night (9 p.m.
ET/PT) on Fox, where it marked the end of the show’s first season and the end for a series that began as a crossover between The X-Files and Homeland.
“The 100 is the best show of the year and it has had a huge impact on so many people,” the series’ executive producer Alex Kurtzman said.
“The finale will forever be a milestone, and a great reminder that the show is still here.
We can’t wait for everyone to see the next season.”
The 100 ended its first season on April 19, with its final episode airing Friday night.
The series stars Josh Jackson as Agent Cooper and Amber Benson as her fellow agent Leland, who is also a scientist who works for the U.S. government.
Jackson played an “old man” who is a little more aggressive than the other agents.
The other three characters are all young, but they all seem to be older.
The 100 premiered in 2016 and is now a Netflix original series.
It airs on Tuesdays at 10 p.metered markets.