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Given how sudden the cancellation axe can swing for the most beloved show, a series ending on its own terms is a blessing. The series was popular for the network, even if they all cried out in pain with the death of beloved character Lexa Alycia Debnam-Carey and the controversy surrounding it. The is based on the eponymous book series by Kass Morgan. Even though The is definitely ending next year, a prequel series is currently in development over at The CW. The synopsis for the prequel series makes it clear it will focus on the origins of Grounder society:. The epic adventure follows a band of survivors on the ground as they learn to cope in a dangerous world while fighting to create a new and better society from the ashes of what came before. This series takes almost a century before The S1, when a nuclear apocalypse devastated earth.
The 100's Eliza Taylor talks honouring Clarke's love for Lexa in season 4
I saw Clarke and Lexa were trending on Twitter right after it aired. What does this mean? I kept sending people the wrong things. People are so passionate….
The actress Eliza Taylor is staying true to her hope of giving Clarke some time to grieve for Lexa Alycia Debnam-Carey in the show's fourth season, dropping hints that Clarke hasn't moved on from the woman she loved. While those of us here in the UK are still patiently waiting for E4 to announce the new season's return date, over in the US it is well underway - meaning that from here on out there will be spoilers for what Clarke and co have been doing up to episode 6 'We Will Rise', which aired in the US last night March Related: The 's fourth season will deliver "some real crazy shit". And one of those things Clarke has been doing is reconnecting with Niylah Jessica Harmon , who she shared a brief night with before Lexa's death.