If there is what characterizes the 100 is for the number of characters that have been going season after season, chapter by chapter. Some main and other recurring, however, in this fiction you never know when a secondary role will become one of the protagonists. This is the case of Richard Harmon, Murphy in fiction. The actor has revealed how he believed he would not make it past the first installment.
During an interview, the creator of the series, Jason Rothenberg and Harmon chatted about the evolution of the story of this character and how he went from being a traitor among the survivors of the Ark to become one of the good ones, although with Murphy there is no nothing established. In one of the moments, the actor revealed how the filming of his, in theory, the last scene was and how he received the news of his continuity in the series:
“I thought you were going to kill me. You called me (Rothenberg) to prepare two scenes before I had to shoot my last day of shooting in the first season. They were supposed to stab me in the leg. And they said, ‘Jason wanted to talk to you on set.’ And I thought, ‘well, it’s going to kill me. It was a good race, it was great. ‘ I thought you were going to say, ‘It’s not your leg anymore, it’s going to be your neck. And then it was the day you told me you wanted me to be a regular on the show and I cried”
Harmon appeared for the first time in The 100 on March 19, 2014, since then, he has not stopped being present in any season so far. Season seven is the latest installment of apocalyptic fiction of The CW and with it comes to the end of an era for its protagonists, after six years at the helm of this title.
Remember! Every Monday, a new episode of season 7 of The 100 on Syfy
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