Dec 09, 2015 10:00 PM EST By Mary Duran

'The 100' Season 3 Spoilers: Will The Clarke And Bellamy Romance Finally Happen?

What will happen next season? .

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  • If you haven't been keepingA tabs on 'The 100,' you have just under a month to do so.

    According to Vine Report, with just a little over a month until the release of season e of 'The 100,' fans are already hyped up with the plot and storyline of the show. The show is expected to have a trailer released anytime soon, but in the meantime, creator Jason Rothenberg was able to tease was that the trailer would be "insane."

    Rothenberg took to his Twitter account, "Oh my God, guys. The Season 3 trailer is INSANE!!! Just a bit more to do to it before l can share! #The100." In addition, he clarified that the show just needs some tweaking on its finishing, score, and VFX.

    But not all fans are satisfied with the promise of "soon." Rothenberg made it clear that he holds no control of the trailer's release date. Nonetheless, as of his most recent Twitter post, he committed this Friday or next Monday at the latest. So until then, we will have to wait.

    For the mean time, let's take a look at next season's spoilers, plot and whatnot.

  • Jasper and Monty or "Jonty" have been fan favorites since Season 1. The best friends quickly proved their worth when Jasper saved Octavia from a lake monster and Monty used his wits to try to make connection with the Ark. However, with every friendship, there is a little chaos - Monty had a a hard time with the attention Jasper got for his new-found heroism, and their relationship was strained even further in Season 2. What do you think will happen to our favorite dynamic duo next season?
  • Last Nov. 6, creator Jason Rothenberg tweeted:

    E.A. Poe gets big play in S3. When you see it you'll know what he meant by "I became insane with long intervals of horrible sanity." #The100

    As we all know, Edgar Allan Poe is a famous American writer and poet best known for his stories of macabre. Clarke actress Eliza Taylor has teased that her character will get a little bit loopy while she's all alone in the forest. And the "horrible sanity" must refer to Clarke's memories about the extreme lengths Clarke went to to save her Sky People.
  • It was both Clarke and Bellamy who pulled the lever to irradiate Mount Weather, but Clarke seems to have taken all the blame on her shoulders. But will she ever find a way to stop punishing herself? Only time will tell.
  • According to Examiner, fans of Lexa and Clarke will definitely get to see more of the pair in season 3. Showrunner Aaron Ginsburg, however, pointed out that they had to make compromises. He explained that just because fans wanted to see more of this arc does not mean that is what is going to happen next.
  • Ginsburg shared that they spent hours every week to find out how to tell the story in the most incredible way. He revealed that they did not want to make decisions based simply on what they thought fans would like. Instead, they wanted to make decisions on what would be best for the show.
  • Months ago, Jason Rothenberg teased Clarke and Bellamy's future in an interview with E! News. He said: "He was hoping that they'd finally be able to now come home and have some sort of normalcy. They've made it! They're back! 'Let's go have a drink,' he says, before he realizes she's not coming in."
  • Even though Clarke has left Bellamy, that doesn't mean their connection is gone too. "It's clear to me that these two people have come to need each other and respect each other and love each other on some pretty deep level. Obviously it's not romantic, certainly for Clarke anyway, and it's never been vocalized that it is for Bellamy either. You could read as much as you want in their body language and their eyes, but that's something that is being put off again as a result of Clarke's walkabout. But you know what, the truth is that I'm not deliberately toying with [Bellarke]! It's just the story that we're telling now," Rothenberg explained.
  • According to ET, in the deleted scene from the premiere, “The 48,” Raven and Murphy – who aren’t exactly BFFs – are forced to help each other after they’re both seriously injured. After Raven struggles to crawl across the room due to nerve damage in her leg, Murphy attempts to give her what she needs, only to be violently denied. But she’s not the only one trying to keep a brave face – Murphy’s leg isn’t exactly 100 percent either, so Raven offers him her red handkerchief to replace his bloodied bandage in a semi-friendly gesture.
  • When the Mountain Men original took the 100 delinquents and trapped them inside Mount Weather, Jasper had some difficulty seeing the situation for what it really was. Jasper grew very close to one of the Mountain people, a girl named Maya, while Monty and the others realized they were trapped in a prison disguised as refuge from the danger outside.
  • In a previous interview with Entertainment Weekly, Debnam-Carey admitted that the highly anticipated reunion between Clarke and Lexa will definitely happen. She added that her character will find ways to make it work. Debnam-Carey pointed out that Lexa has always been determined, and if she wants something, in one way or another she is going to get it.
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