You know what sucks? Spoilers! In the ever-growing digital age it’s hard to get away from them. They’re on your phone, they’re on your computer, they’re even blurted out by co-workers in the cubicle next to you.
So What’s a Spoiler?
Shawna Benson, staff writer on the CW’s post-apocalyptic series The 100 says that “a spoiler is an information leak about a story in any medium that appears before the large mass of humanity is able to actually read or watch said media.”
For example, last season on The 100 the (extremely passionate) fandom went ballistic after a clip featuring an unexpected lip lock between Clarke [Eliza Taylor] and Lexa [Alycia Debnam-Carey] was “leaked,” but according to an article E! Online ran back in February, executive producer Jason Rothenberg set the record straight saying that he didn’t think the promotion was accidental. He added that “controversy is good” and that the most important thing to remember is that just because fans knew the kiss was coming didn’t mean we knew the full story behind it.
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