‘The 100’ Season 3 Spoilers, News & Updates: Bellamy Kills Lincoln? Show Slammed by LGBT Community Over Lexa’s Death
"The 100" Season 3 is currently on a two-week hiatus, but spoilers are hinting on the possibility that Bellamy will be the one responsible for killing Lincoln. The CW series was also recently slammed over Lexa's surprising death on the show.
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"The 100" Season 3 spoilers hint that Bellamy (Bob Morley) and Octavia's (Marie Avgeropoulos) relationship is bound to change because of certain decisions. According to Enstarz, it is only a matter of time before Octavia attacks Bellamy, especially because of the latter's recent behavior.
However, it looks like Bellamy has to do something worse to push Octavia over the edge. The publication noted that Ricky Whittle, who plays the role of Lincoln, has already announced his departure from "The 100" Season 3.
"The 100" Season 3 spoilers tease fans that Bellamy may be the one responsible for killing Lincoln, which will ultimately push Octavia to the edge. Bellamy will, of course, believe that whatever he did was for the good of everyone.
"Bellamy truly believes he's doing what he needs to do to protect his people. So any decisions he makes will be rooted in that belief," said writer Shawna Benson.
This, however, will affect Octavia and Bellamy's relationship on "The 100."
"Their relationship is going to be forever changed," Avgeropoulos said in an earlier interview.
While "The 100" Season 3 is bound to see another character's departure, the show has yet to recover from its recent controversy after killing off Lexa, Inquisitr reported.
"The 100" Season 3 sparked controversy after many Clarke and Lexa aka "Clexa" fans thought that this season would finally feature the romantic relationship between these two. Unfortunately, many were surprised to see Lexa killed off and thought that it was unnecessary.
The LGBT community slammed "The 100" for doing so and even more when executive producer Rothenberg did not seem to comfort those who were hurt by their decision.
The publication, however, noted that Lexa's death on "The 100" may have happened not because she was a lesbian, but because the situation already called for it.
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