“The 100” Season 2 premiere answered plenty of cliffhangers from last year, but it will also leave a few up in the air. Last time we saw the kids in Season 1, Bellamy (Bob Morley), Raven (Lindsey Morgan) and Murphy (Richard Harmon) looked like they might die, and Clarke (Eliza Taylor) and Monty (Christopher Larkin) were locked in white hospital rooms. International Business Times attended a screening of “The 100” Season 2 premiere at New York Comic Con, and we brought back a few spoilers.
1. Clarke Meets New Humans -- That quarantine room Clarke ended Season 1 in is still on earth, and she and Monty aren't alone there. There are 42 of the 100 in there. They'll discover that Mountain Men aren't the only grounders that they have to worry about.
2. Octavia And Lincoln Are Trying To Leave -- The couple known as Linctavia are attempting to escape to the ocean, but Octavia (Marie Avgeropoulos) needs medical attention. Lincoln (Ricky Whittle) has to save her--but that might mean trading her life for his.
3. There Are Creatures On Earth -- Grounders and the new humans with Clarke aren't the only threats to the 100. Octavia will get a glimpse of something ugly that doesn’t seem human. But it's hard for Lincoln to believe her when she is injured and could be hallucinating.
4. Murphy Has A Heart -- He and Raven spend some quality time together while dying. Raven might have a little more sympathy for the boy when he opens up to her. But Murphy's tragic past won't stop him from being punished—if he survives.
5. The Parents Return -- We saw them land on Earth at the end of Season 1, and they'll meet up with some of the 100 in the Season 2 premiere. The parents will take control, and the kids might not love that. Unfortunately, Clarke and her mother won't be one of the families reuniting right away.
6. Jaha Isn’t Gone For Good -- Jaha (Isaiah Washington) sacrificed himself and stayed on the dying space station so that everyone else on the Ark could make it to earth. However, one sound at the end of the episode makes it look like we haven't seen the last of him.
7. Bellamy Is Alive -- We would say "alive and well," but he isn't doing too great. He’ll have to deal with a hostage situation in the premiere.
“The 100” Season 2 episode 1, titled “The 48,” premieres Wednesday, Oct. 22, at 9 p.m. EDT on The CW. What are you most excited to see? Sound off in the comments section below!