‘The 100’ Season 4 Premiere, Release Date and Spoilers: Jaha Desperate For Followers?
What can fans expect from “The 100” season 4 premiere? When will its release date be? These are the main questions on viewers’ minds as they eagerly await the debut of the critically-acclaimed series’ latest season.Advertisement
There are strong indications that the hit sci-fi series’ upcoming season will provide a sense of continuity, while highlighting two of the show’s central characters – Jaha (Isaiah Washington) Clarke (Eliza Taylor) who both figured prominently in the season 3 finale.
Based on recent “The 100” season 4 premiere and release date spoilers, Melty suggested that Jaha’s character might play a more prominent role in the series, as could be gleaned from the events which transpired in last season’s exciting finale.
After the catastrophic events of the previous season which saw Clarke finally putting an end to A.L.I.E., Jaha is expected to redeem himself, bigtime. It is in his DNA to dominate.
Being the former ‘human’ commander of A.L.I.E., Jaha will not allow one setback, albeit a major one, to derail his grand ambitions. Having no allies by side and zero resources at his disposal, he is anticipated to move heaven and earth to ensure that he will once again be able to regain his leadership position.
Having had a taste for power, what will Jaha do to turn the tide around and regain his lost influence? Will he be able to once again assemble his own circle of followers who will be at his beck and call?
In an interview with IGN, via Melty, Washington provided a glimpse of what followers of the series can expect from his character in “The 100” Season 4 premiere, whose release date remains under wraps and has been the subject of recent spoilers. .
“I don’t think you can discount anything with Jaha. He’s very enigmatic, and he’s very charming,” shared the 52-year-old actor.
“This is a man who sent the Ark down, so his heart is in the right place,” he continued. “We just really have to figure out where his soul is.”
“I don’t want to use words like ‘redemption’ or ‘redeeming’ because all of our characters ebb and flow,” he added. “I’m just interested in seeing what can he possibly do to get a following now?”
In a separate interview with E! News, Washington said, “He’s (Jaha) got a lot of explaining to do.”
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