The 100 - The Complete Series, the review of the DVD box set

The 100 - The Complete Series, the review of the DVD box set

The 100 - The Complete Series

The 100 is a television series created by Jason Rothenberg that freely takes inspiration from the series of novels of the same name by Kass Morgan. The show began in 2014 and ended in 2020 after seven seasons and 100 episodes. From May 6, a box of 24 DVDs containing all the episodes of the show is also available in Italy, thanks to Warner Bros. Let's find out what it looks like and if it is worth buying, both for those who have never seen the series and for those who have already seen it, but would like to retrieve some interesting extra content.

The 360 ​​degree box

The 100 - The Complete Series box is as elegant as it is delicate. It is, in fact, made of thin cardboard without lamination and closed on five sides since the sixth is kept open to allow the insertion of DVDs. To the touch, the box is quite unstable and tends to deform due to its lightness and lack of strength.

In this regard, in fact, you can also notice the closures and folds that lead to another "small" problem: you know when you try to keep a deck of cards in the special box, but you push too far and they come out on the other side? Here, the same thing could happen to you with DVDs. In short, it could be avoided by using a single box that would make the use and portability easier and safer.

From a purely aesthetic point of view, however, the box has beautiful graphics in high definition of the poster of the series embellished, laterally, by the posters of the seven seasons and later by some frames from the 100 episodes in addition to the various technical information of the audiovisual content. Inside are kept only the DVDs and there is no gadget dedicated to the series.

The 100 star Bob Morley confirmed for The Rookie in TV return

Bob Morley standing <a href="">in front of</a> a television: The 100 © The CW The 100's Bob Morley - who played Bellamy Blake in the series - joins the cast of The Rookie in his latest TV role. The Rookie's season 3 finale airs Sunday.

The Rookie spoilers follow.

The 100 might not have delivered justice for Bellamy Blake in its series finale, but actor Bob Morley has made his TV comeback. That's a kind of justice, right?

Morley – a real 100 fan favourite – has joined the cast of police procedural drama The Rookie, and will make his debut as a decidedly shady character in just a few days.

Bob Morley et al. looking at the camera: Bellamy Blake in The 100 © The CW Bellamy Blake in The 100

Related: The Rookie boss shuts down speculation of Tim and Lucy romance

Ahead of The Rookie's season three finale this weekend, the show's Twitter account shared a clip of a now-undercover Lucy Chen (Melissa O'Neil) as she's confronted by members of a drug cartel.

Fans were thrilled to spot Bob Morley's turn as one of the gang members despite only a glimpse of his character, so here's hoping the actor sticks around in Los Angeles as The Rookie continues.

Speaking of Lucy Chen, showrunner Alexi Hawley recently shut down rumours of a blossoming romance for Tim Bradford (Eric Winter) and Chen.

'It's funny – I have a lot of writers on staff who are big shippers, and I keep raining on their parade a little bit,' Hawley admitted earlier this year.

'Look, he's her training officer, and that is a line that does not get crossed,' he added, before conceding the pair's on-screen chemistry. 'But obviously, they're phenomenal together. So, yeah, we'll keep exploring that.'

The Rookie airs on ABC in the US, and airs on Sky Witness in the UK. It can also be streamed on NOW. The 100 aired on The CW in the US and on E4 in the UK.

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