With its hit show The 100, CW network has set new standards for post-apocalyptic TV shows. The edgy characters, scarce landscapes and a distinct ‘harsh’ look that’s kept throughout the show make it easy for the viewers to dive into this fictional world, in which humans struggle to survive after a nuclear catastrophe.
Someone who knows the look of the show best is Noah Richoz. Noah has been working as a DIT on the show since season two, and is currently shooting for season 5 which is set to air later this year. In a recent interview with us he explains why Silverstack XT and LiveGrade Pro were his go-to options for this production, and how on-set looks enhance the distinct style of the show.