If you’re a fan of The CW’s The 100, you’re probably still reeling from this week’s shocking death. And you’re not alone.
Alycia Debnam Carey, whose Commander Lexa died in Clarke’s arms after being caught in Titus’ crossfire, is mourning the loss of her character on social media, while also thanking fans for their undying (no pun intended) support.
The process began late Thursday night with this heartbreaking Instagram post:
Then came a flood of tweets, thanking the fans, showrunner Jason Rothenberg, and the entire cast and crew of The 100:
And what better way to officially sign off than this?
TVLine spoke with Rothenberg about the decision to write out Debnam Carey, who was basically on loan this season from AMC, where she stars in Fear the Walking Dead.
“Lots of factors went into this, No. 1 being that [she] is a series regular on another show,” Rothenberg told us. “As hard as it was to do, because of how much I love the character and the actor, it seemed to be the best choice.”
The 100 fans, have you even begun to accept Lexa’s death? Drop a comment with your thoughts below.