Is Marie Avgeropoulos leaving The 100 entering season 7? The good news is that you don’t have to worry about. Octavia will be back, but there are still questions aplenty on a wide array of other subjects. Take, for example, how the character ends up being featured within the world of the show.
The last that we saw Octavia, she basically disappeared into nothing — things weren’t looking great for the character leading into that moment, so how optimistic should we be now? The answer is complicated, and executive producer Jason Rothenberg doesn’t seem altogether interested in making things less complicated. Instead, he has the following to say to Entertainment Weekly on the subject:
I don’t want to tease anything about her fate other than we will explain what happens to her. Whether she’s alive or dead, Marie’s amazing and you can safely say we have not seen the last of her. But whether or not she’s dead and we tell her story in flashback or whether or not we see her again in the present, that’s something we have to wait and see.
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As for how much of Octavia we’ll see, that’s still up in the air … but we’re anticipating that the show won’t deviate too much from someone who has been a big part of it for so many years. In general, one of the big lessons and takeaways that we have from The 100 is that after all of the weirdness that we saw with Josephine and Clarke in season 6, virtually anything is possible and we’d be foolish to rule something out. The most important thing is that the major characters all have huge stories, and that they get some moments to shine and remind us why they were so beloved in the first place.
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