The CW’s post-apocalyptic series, “The 100,” finally has a Season 6 release date.

Episode 1 of the new season arrives on April 30, 2019 at 9 p.m. EST, and fans will have a lot to look forward to when the show comes back on. At the end of Season 5, Clarke (Eliza Taylor), Bellamy (Bob Morley) and their sleeping friends found a new world to head down to and discover. What’s this place like? What kind of wonders and dangers will be there waiting for them? Season 6 will likely answer those questions.

Unfortunately, fans shouldn’t expect to see too many promotional images or clips from the new season over the next few months because show creator Jason Rothenberg doesn’t want anything to get spoiled.

“Thinking a lot lately about how to promote Season 6 without spoiling major elements,” he tweeted in December. “Almost anything I show will give away aspects of the new world. Opting for super lockdown secrecy may be the best way to go. Stay tuned.”

Luckily, International Business Times spoke with Rothenberg, as well as stars Morley and Taylor (Clarke), at New York Comic Con in October all about Season 6 and will be sharing details about the new episodes in the coming months.

To help hold you over, we’ve already shared how Morley’s real-life knee injury will affect his character’s upcoming scenes. Here’s a recap of what he said:

“I mean, I had a lot of different doubles come in [that] would run and walk for me,” he told IBT. “There’s a lot of Bellamy scenes where he’s sitting down…It affected me, in a big way, and maybe a little bit of the show.”

Get ready for episode 1 of Season 6 when “The 100” comes back on April 30 at 9 p.m. EST​ on The CW.