The show drew inspiration from the book bearing the same name by Jay Asher but has made a shift from the original source which was initially clocking around Clay Jensen (Dylan Minnette) following the death of Hannah Baker (Katherine Langford).
Season 3 was set on the screens after just eight months of season 2.
The series of 13 reasons why has called the major attention of the audience however, if we listen to critics, season 3 couldn’t leave a powerful impact on the audience.
The creators have decided on a date for the final season of 13 Reasons Why. Friday, June 5was the launch date for the “final goodbye”. The show’s official Twitter account shared an emotional video of the cast. Season four will be the shortest yet, with ten episodes.
Though the previous seasons featured 13 episodes each, the final installment will have 10. This is an indication that the storyline will be curated finely with overflowing emotions. Moreover, the final episode titled “Graduation” will have an emotional control for the final send-off for the characters.
Bryce (Justin Prentice) was being seen in the trailer so we can expect to see few flashbacks too. That could be the case for Hannah as well.
The one that remains, as usual, will be:
- Dylan Minnette as Clay Jensen
- Christian Navarro as Tony Padilla
- Alisha Boe as Jessica Davis
- Brandon Flynn as Justin Foley
- Justin Prentice as Bryce Walker
- Ross Butler as Zach Dempsey
- Devin Druid as Tyler Down
- Grace Saif as Ani Achola
- Josh Hamilton as Mr. Jensen
- Amy Hargreaves as Lainie Jensen
- Miles Heizer as Alex Standall
A new cast addition for the final season will be Oscar nominee Gary Sinise, playing Dr. Robert Ellman, a family therapist who treats Clay.
A new Liberty High student character names Estela will portrayed by Inde Navarrette, will be a new in face in the series who is going to be the younger sister of Monty de la Cruz.
Life mixed with adolescence and mental health crux and traumas make life in High school very rugged. 13 Reasons Why tried to throw some light on such trivial issues. But the kids at Liberty High did surpass the most conventional high-school experience.
The executive-producer Bryce Yorkey said, “There’s this question of: How are they going to live through this and can they escape their past? No one truly escapes their past but can we heal, can we deal with what we’ve done and what’s been done to us and can we find a way to move on and have a future?”. He added, “It sure is a lot to work through, but hopefully most of the 13 Reasons Why kids can make it to graduation and get the hell out of Evergreen County.” Yorkey also added, “I’m always a little bit suspicious of high-school shows that go beyond four seasons because high school is four years long,” he said.
At least proper schooling draws sense!