Hope for peace. Prepare for war.

That seems to be The 100's battle-cry heading into hits highly anticipated third season, which premieres on Thursday, Jan. 21. E! News has your exclusive first look at the CW hit's newest trailer, which debuted at the 2016 Winter TCA Press Tour, and finds our heroine Clarke (Eliza Taylor) on the run as she's being "hunted" by everyone after taking off on her own at the end of the season two premiere. 

And Clarke is sporting a wild new look in the footage, as well as getting hot and heavy with someone who is not Lexa (Alycia Debnam-Carey, who is returning) or Bellamy (Bob Morley). (Sorry, Clexa and Bellarke fans.)

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Eliza Taylor talked about Clarke's surprising evolution over the course of the series thus far on the panel, saying, "It has evolved to my surprise. Constantly not knowing where the story is going...every day I get to work and I get to learn and grow with this character." 

And Clarke isn't the only character learning and growing in season three, as a devastated Jasper (Devon Bostick) is still having a hard time dealing with Maya's death in the season two finale and Raven (Lindsey Morgan) is putting on a tough front about her leg injury...but not everyone is buying her act. 

And it looks like that truce with the Grounders might not be a long-lasting one, as Lincoln (Ricky Whittle) warns "the truce will break and we'll be at war" in the promo. On the panel, showrunner Jason Rothenberg teased fans will learn more about the Grounders in season three, saying, "We tell a lot of stories in [the Grounder capitol] Polis this season," adding there may or may not be a "civil war brewing" there as well. 

The 100 season three premieres Thursday, Jan. 21 at 9 p.m. on the CW.

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