• What awaits Clarke (Eliza Taylor) in "The 100" Season 4?

What awaits Clarke (Eliza Taylor) in "The 100" Season 4? (Photo : Facebook/The 100)

Eliza Taylor, who plays Clarke Griffin in "The 100," revealed what the future holds for her character in Season 4. Following the unexpected death of Lexa (Alycia Debnam-Carey) last season, fans are starting to wonder if she will be involved in another character, perhaps Bellamy when the hit The CW series returns.

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During the Oz Comic-Con, via Enstarz, Taylor admitted that she wanted to see Clarke move on from Lexa in "The 100" Season 4. She, however, knew that Clexa fans will not appreciate her moving on too quickly.

"I don't know [if she will love again]. I don't know if that is a possibility for her given what she's just been through. I hope it is, but, in honor of Lexa, I think it would be hard for fans to see."

Taylor explained that, at the end of the day, she just wanted to see Clarke happy, even if it was not with Lexa.

"I want her to be happy, [but] it's The 100," the actress jokingly added.

While Clarke's time with Lexa was painfully short, Taylor shared that their arc will always be her favorite from "The 100." She shared that she will never forget the time when Clarke fell in love with Lexa, adding that her character will never be the same after that moment. Clexa fans will undoubtedly agree when Taylor pointed out that the story of Clarke and Lexa should have given more focus in the last season.

"It would've been nice to stretch out the Lexa relationship. That one episode should've been like 3," Taylor said.

In spite of it all, the publication admitted that Lexa's death, enabled "The 100" to move its story forward. They explained that given the cultural barrier between the Arkers and Grounders, the only way they could progress is through the death of the Commander.

While not much is known about "The 100" Season 4, Taylor claimed that there would be no intimate moments for Clarke and Bellamy in the next season. The actress jokingly added that those who sleep with her ended up getting killed.

"I think she needs to keep it in her pants," she said.