As Clarke (Eliza Taylor) and company take on a new challenge in "The 100" season 4, there will be two Grounders set to make the group bigger.
The first newcomer goes by the name of Hugo. TV Line describes him as a "physically intimidating twentysomething" who possesses some leadership skills, which he will likely put to use in "The 100" season 4.
Hugo is not the biggest fan of ALIE (Erica Cerra), who made a monster out of him. In the upcoming season, Hugo will try to move on from what he did while under the evil Artificial Intelligence's control.
The second "The 100" season 4 newbie is Kenza, the younger of the two and a more "devout" Grounder "who put down her sword some time ago in favor of a religious life."
It remains to be seen how the two will shake up the show, but they seem to be an interesting pair to follow in "The 100" season 4.
Hugo and Kenza will also help in filling the void left by characters who passed away in the previous season such as Lexa (Alycia Debnam-Carey), who fans still hope to see in the series.
In "The 100" season 4, Clarke and the rest will learn if ALIE was telling the truth when she said that activating the kill switch will slowly make the planet uninhabitable.
ALIE said that this will be the case in six months, and the clock started ticking when Clarke activated the kill switch to end the AI once and for all.
"The 100" season 4 will also see Octavia (Marie Avgeropoulos) in a darker light as she is consumed by the anger towards the death of Lincoln (Ricky Whittle).
It is rumored that Pike (Michael Beach) is just first of the many people she intends to kill. Speculations have it that Bellamy (Bob Morley) will be next.
"The 100" season 4 premieres early next year on The CW.