We can add another name to the prisoner manifest now that Ivana Milicevic has been added to The 100‘s season 5 cast. Read on for all the mysterious details.
The 100 season 5 casting news just keeps coming after announcing the addition of Jordan Bolger as Zeke Shaw last week, giving us our first clue into who exactly is stepping off that prison transport ship we saw in last season’s finale.
We can add Ivana Milicevic as our second clue. Milicevic, who you may know from her recent stint on Gotham, or from her brief time on Buffy the Vampire Slayer as Sam Finn (whom our ReWatchable newbies just met this last week) will be playing Charmaine Diyoza, according to EW.
Diyoza is described as a “ruthless military strategist who will go head to head” with a few of our The 100 favorites. As all of our favorites have been in the fight of their lives for four seasons now, they all have a bit of the war-hardened look to them, so it’s hard to tell who she will be matching wits with. The article goes on to add that Milicevic’s character will “leave an indelible legacy on our new world.” That bodes well for everyone, doesn’t it? At least there is a new world to leave a legacy on?
What exactly earned Charmaine her spot as a criminal aboard that ship? Will we see our favorites fighting against a new and VERY different kind of Skaikru when The 100 arrives in 2018? Only time and maybe a few more set photos (fingers crossed!) will tell.
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