Lexa dies in ‘The 100’ Season 3 Episode 7, which also reveals a shocking secret about Alie 2.
Tonight on the CW The 100 returns with an all new Wednesday March 3, season 3 episode 7 called “Thirteen.” On tonight’s episode, Lexa attempts to maintain peace and order within the clans; and Clarke uncovers a game-changing truth.
On The 100 season 3, episode 7, Lexa died. This shocked many fans, and it certainly was not expected. This shocked many fans, and it certainly was not expected. However, the writers did something interesting with Lexa’s storyline.
Episode 306 of The 100 set up some huge questions which are set to be answered in episode 307. Theyre connected, but I look at our show as a 16-parter each season, showrunner Jason Rothenberg told TheWrap. Its highly serialized that way.
The episode started with Clarke and Murphy still in the room where Lexa died. They’ve been locked in there for 24 hours while Titus has been preparing for the conclave.
As she dies, Lexa only has peace. “My fight is over,” she tells her love. “Life is about more than just surviving.” Lexa has faith that her death is for the greater good of her people.
«The 100» has been embroiled in controversy after killing off Lexa, forcing showrunner Jason a lesbian named Lexa, was killed off in a March 3 episode. and in a March 3 interview
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Spoiler warning: This post contains plot details for “The 100” Season 3, Episode 7, “Thirteen,” and “The Walking Dead” Season 6, Episode 14, “Twice as Far.” (Coincidentally, AMC