Instead of suffering a slow, excruciatingly painful, and humiliating death, former The 100 member Finn Collins ( Thomas McDonell ) was stabbed in the heart by Clarke Griffin (Eliza Taylor) in a tear-jerking episode of The 100.
Finn Collins was a major character in the first and second seasons. He was portrayed by starring cast member Thomas McDonell and debuted in the series premiere. Finn was a tracker for the 100. He was killed in “Spacewalker”.
Later on, even though the Grounder gives the delinquents the information they need about Clarke and the other delinquents, Finn kills him in order to end a dispute between Bellamy and Murphy.
Wells Lives in the Books Finn, who is a more edgy character, replaces him immediately. However, in Kass Morgan’s book, Wells is alive and plays a significant role as a POV character.
Sadly, the end was nigh for Finn after he killed many Grounders with Lexa (Alycia Debnam-Carey) demanding his death in punishment for the massacre. However, time ran out and in the end, Clarke was the one to kill Finn in an act of mercy.
The 100: The 10 Saddest Deaths In Series History 3 Lexa. 4 Emori. 5 Charmaine Diyoza. 6 Abby Griffin. 7 Maya Vie. 8 Marcus Kane. 9 Bellamy Blake. Look, a death can be both heartbreaking and frustrating at the same time. 10 Finn Collins. It seems like forever ago that Finn Collins (Thomas McDonell) was around.
Does finn die because I need to know?? Bellamy doesn’t die. If you’re in season 1, 99% of this wiki is major spoilers, so proceed at your own risk.
1 Best: Clarke & Lexa The trope of former antagonists that end up falling in love is an all-time favorite, but it needs to be executed to perfection. Thankfully, the showrunners hit the nail on the head with Clarke and Lexa, and made for one of the most iconic couples on TV.
In a flashback in the fifth season, Jaha is stabbed during Kara Cooper’s attempt to takeover the hydroponic farm. Jaha dies of blood loss shortly after helping Wonkru regain control of the farm.
According to Jason Rothenberg, The 100 wrapped on a happy ending for the human race, even if the human race is going to be over and gone once Clarke and her group die. Not only was he ultimately right, but he died for nothing because Madi wound up in M-cap anyway.
In season 7, episode 13 titled “Blood Giant,” Bellamy was shot by Clarke after he refused to hand over Clarke’s adopted daughter Madi’s notebook of drawings of the future, which he believed would help build a better world.
Bellamy tries to convince her they did what was necessary, but Clarke just can’t not think about it and look at all of the people she saved every day, knowing how she got them there. Clarke then kisses Bellamy on the cheek then hugs him, telling him to take care of everyone.
The 32-year- old actress, who plays Octavia Blake on the post-apocalyptic series, was taken into custody by Glendale Police on Aug. 5. She was released later that morning on $50,000 bail, records show.
Lexa is a fictional character from the american post- apocalyptic science fiction television series the 100, produced by the cw. The recurring television character ( portrayed by alycia debnam- carey) does not appear in the books on which the series is based.
The 100 is seeing some major changes for next season, as two original characters have departed from the cast – including one death in the latest episode. In ‘The Other Side’, Jasper – played by Devon Bostick – poisoned himself and died in a devastated Monty’s (Christopher Larkin) arms.