‘The 100’ Season 5 Episode 3 Review ‘Sleeping Giants’


With a kindled essence of sci-fi looming the scenes of the episode, we were treated to answers as all surviving characters in the show have been caught up with. Raven and Emori’s determination to put their plan, concocted through their six years in space, drives the episode closer and closer to the ground where Clarke lay captured.

Memorable character interactions and twists around the conventions, the episode like the previous held its grip on viewers, once again reiterating danger at every turn. The backstory of the crew served well at interest and introduced a mechanism sure to find its use later down the season. The ending lands powerfully while only hinting the foreboding battle to come, between both sides.

Overall it was a great episode on par with the others, the tension seemingly questioned as the next episode focuses on the bunker, but with the cliffhanger from the previous episode, we won’t be disappoint in the slightest.