The 100 season 7: the showrunner explains the death of (SPOILER) and defends himself

The 100 season 7: the showrunner explains the death of (SPOILER) and defends himself

The 100 season 7: the showrunner explains the death of (SPOILER) and defends himself

The 100 season 7: the showrunner explains the death of (SPOILER) and defends himself The 100 fans can't get over it: a very important and much-loved character died in episode 13 of season 7, broadcast yesterday evening in the United States. A death that was spoiled on Instagram and that annoys many viewers. The creator and showrunner of the series, Jason Rothenberg, explained and defended this choice. Warning, this article contains spoilers, do not go further if you do not want to know the identity of the dead character.

It is on September 30 that the CW will broadcast in the United States the last episode of The 100 but 20 days to discover the end reserved for the characters, the series is controversial. And not for nothing: in episode 13 of season 7, Clarke (Eliza Taylor) kills Bellamy (Bob Morley). But this time, it is not a fake compared to the beginning of the season: the character is indeed dead, no offense to the many fans of the series. A shock death that was even spoiled on the show's official Instagram and Facebook accounts.

“This loss is overwhelming”

For his part, Jason Rothenberg also reacted and wanted to explain the death of the character played by Bob Morley since the first episode of The 100 . In a message posted on his Twitter account – which is the same as the one posted on the show's social media, the show's creator reconsiders the decision to kill Bellamy and explains that it made sense given the themes The 100 evokes. since he started. “ The 100 was a series about the dark things humanity will do to survive and the price to pay for the souls of our heroes. We knew Bellamy's death was going to revert to what is at the heart of the series. : survival. Who you want to protect. And who you are willing to sacrifice, “he wrote. In the episode, Clarke shot Bellamy to protect Madi (Lola Flanery) whom she considers her daughter.

This loss is shattering but his life and his endless love for his family remain and will affect everything that comes after, until the end of the series. ” Adds the creator who also thanks Bob Morley for his portrayal of Bellamy: ” We thank Bob for his sublime work during all these long years and we wish him the best for his future projects ”. After this big death, does The 100 have other (bad) surprises in store for us by the end of the season? Answer soon!

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