The 100 almost had another ending
In season 7 of The 100 , Bellamy was kidnapped from the first episode before reappearing a little later and then “dying” for the first time (it was a fake) before his second death, very real this time. An absence resulting from a request from Bob Morley who wanted to take a break and get away from the shoot. A request which also had the consequence of completely changing the fate of the character and the series, as revealed by the creator of the show Jason Rothenberg (click to find out what happened in the finale of The 100). ” Bellamy's story has changed a lot this season because we had to give Bob time. Everything else was affected including the end of the series in general .” he told Entertainment Weekly. “ We had planned the first seven episodes and wrote five of them, we had planned the season when Bob came to see us and told us he wanted time. A lot of things changed after that that we didn't. had no control and we did our best to give him the time he asked for, “he adds in another interview given to ComicBook.
Creator expected criticism of Bellamy's death
Jason Rothenberg also took advantage of this ComicBook interview to reflect on fans' reaction to Bellamy's death. Criticisms the team expected. ” It was obviously a complicated and difficult story to watch. (…) We expected it 100% but we never backed down from a story based on what the fans would think ” he confides -he.