The Netflix original series 13 Reasons Why is an adaptation of Jay Asher’s novel of a similar name. As per recent news, the show is going to stretch to four seasons. With many similarities to the book but arguably more controversial, 13 Reasons Why took viewers by storm. Unlike high school TV dramas like Riverdale and Chilling Adventures of Sabrina (which we love), 13 Reasons Why is more grounded within the world.
One can feel the pain the characters undergo. And they are slightly more relatable to the audience than characters inhabiting worlds with dark magic and mysterious supernatural forces. Here’s everything we’d like to understand about the fourth and final season of 13 Reasons Why.
Who’s within the cast of 13 Reasons Why season 4?
They will include Dylan Minnette as Clay Jensen; Brandon Flynn as Justin Foley; Justin Prentice as Bryce Walker; Alisha Boe as Jessica Davis; Christian Navarro as Tony Padilla; Miles Heizer as Alex Standall; Devin Druid as Tyler Down; Ross Butler as Zach Dempsey; Timothy Granaderos as Montgomery de la Cruz; Anne Winters as Chlöe Rice; Steven Weber as Gary Bolan; Brenda Strong as Nora Walker; Amy Hargreaves as Lainie Jensen; and beauty Saif as Ani Achola.
It would be surprising if Katherine Langford’s Hannah Baker character didn’t, at the smallest amount, appear in flashbacks. The production has also confirmed that veteran actor Gary Sinise will join season 4 as Dr. Robert Ellman, a family therapist who treats Clay.
What’s the rumour about the plot of 13 Reasons Why season 4?
We won’t know much about season 4 until it drops, but it’s fair to assume that Winston could expose the real killer of Bryce. Winston made it known that Monty was with him the night of Bryce’s death (although the evidence was destroyed by Alex’s father, Deputy Bill Standall). If so, will Jessica and Alex be punished for his or her crimes? Also, one issue that absolutely must be dealt with: Tyler’s stash of guns. A fisherman found them within the season 3 finale.
Of course, countless theories are bouncing around the internet. Although we do not want it to happen, one method making the rounds is that Justin Foley will die in season 4.
Or, on a brighter note, maybe the show will end by flashing forward to Justin and Clay graduating from college.