The latest instalment of The 100 saw Abigail Griffin (played by Paige Turco) give a tearful goodbye to lover Marcus after his consciousness had been transferred to another body.
Marcus had been trying to adjust to his new body (Greyson Holt) but struggled and decided he would rather die than live in a host.
He made the decision to say goodbye to his friends marking the end of his six-year stint on The CW series.
Fans of the series were devastated by the turn of events and even more heartbroken when actor Henry confirmed he had left the show.
Writing on Twitter after the episode ended, Henry told his 127,000 followers: “All things end and that’s was Kane’s.
“Thanks to @JRothenbergTV and all the cast crew writers directors of #the100 but especially to you #kabby and #kane supporters, your passion and support over the years has been truly wonderful and I love you guys for that!”
However, as Henry signed off he gave fans hope of a return as he added: “May we meet again X.”
Fans will note that while Marcus has left the show, his mind still exists and could be put into another host body in the future.
Unfortunately though, it looks like Marcus’ character would not return for some time and another actor would likely come in to play the character.
Showrunner Jason Rothenberg also commented on Henry’s departure on Twitter.
He shared: “I have to say it was a pleasure and an honor to have @hicusick on our show for the past 6 years.
“The guy classed up the joint. Really helped us make the point that we were not a teen show.
“Not that there’s anything wrong with teen shows. Anyway, we will miss him.”
Jason recently teased the ending of season six and how it will affect the seventh run.
“The ending of season six is, in no way, shape or form, satisfying, as a series finale,” he told Collider.
“I basically rolled a dice. I’ve had a good sense, for a while, that it was probably gonna come back for another season, but I was’t asked to try to make this a season that could’ve functioned as a series finale.
“It certainly tees up to another story, the way we often do, at the end of season, and in a way that really would have pissed people off.”
But while season seven has already been commissioned, Jason refused to speculate as to whether an eighth series could happen.
Fans will just have to wait and see how the latest run wraps up and if there is potential for the show to continue.
The 100 season 6 airs on The CW on Tuesdays
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