Alycia Debnam-Carey who plays Lexa in CW’s The 100 recently shared some juicy tidbits about her character’s possible reconciliation with Clarke when the season returns on the network.
The star also took the opportunity to confirm that she’ll be back in the series after she also got a gig playing Alicia Clark in AMC’s Fear The Walking Dead.
In a report by Spoiler Guide, the star reportedly said she had a good experience with AMC given the considerations the network gave her in terms of scheduling.
“AMC was awesome in terms of the negotiation and scheduling and it was great because we still had a story we really wanted to tell. We’re really going to dive deep into the Grounder clans and their mysticism and origins and that character lets us do that in a big way,” she said.
As for Lexa and Clarke, the actress said in a separate interview with Entertainment Weekly: “Lexa will make it happen one way or the other. It might not be an easy reconciliation, but it’ll happen. If Lexa wants something, it’ll happen.”
The reconciliation may seem like good news but it may also have consequences.
“What happened last time when she was emotionally available, her lover was killed. It’s a very dangerous position to be in, but at the end of the day, she’s only human and she’ll have that human emotion,” she said.
Show creator Jason Rothenberg added that there may be a lot of friction between the two characters as an aftermath of Lexa’s betrayal of Clarke and her people at Mount Weather.
“Yes, Clarke is pissed. And there’ll be fireworks between [Clarke and Lexa] that we’ve never seen before. They will make an attempt at peace, for sure, but there’s a lot of bad blood. When we start off in Season 3, the war is not on, and the tensions have been released slightly, but that won’t last very long,” he said.