'The 100' Season 4 Air Date, Spoilers, News & Update: Two New Characters To Be Added! Does A Nuclear Melt Down Happening On Season 4?

By Jeanne Anne , Updated Jul 19, 2016 03:56 AM EDT

The cast of the upcoming "The 100" Season 4 is now evidently growing with the addition of two new characters, Hugo and Kenza.

The Two New Characters in 'The 100' Season 4

Kenza is a young girl who is set to become a Grounder in the upcoming "The 100" Season 4, Movie News Guide reported.

Kenza will be seen as a committed lady in "The 100" Season 4 compared to Hugo as she will be known for conceding her sword to lead a religious life.

Hugo, on the other hand, will be the first novice in "The 100" Season 4. His character will be seen as quite intimidating, but he has the ability to hold a great leadership.

Hugo, too, will display his best-looking body, which will be one of his traits in "The 100" Season 4. However, it looks like he will not be a big fan of A.L.I.E., the artificial intelligence role of Eric Cerra as it will try to bring out the worst out of him.

Hugo will try to do his best in "The 100" Season 4 to forget the things he did under the influence of A.L.I.E.

A Ruined City Of Light & Imminent Nuclear Melt Down in 'The 100' Season 4

In "The 100" Season 3, the Grounders and the Sky People were all in the same boat as they went into the City of Light and lost their power over A.L.I.E., as per Melty.

Jaha tried his best to secure Polis for the A.I. and made an effort to move all the chipped people to the City of Light, but as Clarke (Eliza Taylor) tugged A.L.I.E.'s kill switch, it spoiled the virtual reality in the course of turning it off.

Polis was left damaged by the chipped people and the threat of the thawing nuclear plant that A.L.I.E. told Clarke about was emerging.

These and more will be answered by "The 100" cast and crew at San Diego Comic-Con 2016 on July 22.

"The 100" Season 4 is set to be back next year on CW Network.

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