With all the controversy surrounding “13 Reasons Why,” the makers yet again will release a new season of the series. Whether the season will create more controversy or not, only time will reveal that. It is said to popularise the idea of suicide among the public, and thus, the audience seems to have mixed reviews about this show.
Official Release Date
Although the official date of release of season 4 of the show has not been officially declared, it is expected to hit the screens on August 1, 2019. It is difficult to predict what will actually happen this season, seeing that the show has been quite random with its seasons’ storyline.
The “13 Reasons Why” is loosely based on the novel by Jay Asher of the same name. It tells the story of high school student Clay Jensen whose life changes after his friend Hannah Baker commits suicide after having a hard time at school experiencing sexual assault, bullying, and much more. She records her reason for committing suicide in cassette tapes, and Clay is quite dumbfounded when he discovers, and he was one of those reasons.
With its initial release, the show soon became popular among the teenagers and was also quite a lot involved in controversies. However, because of its popularity, it was renewed for season 4 and season 5, which is said to be the final season.
According to the sources, it is believed that a lot of the original actors will return to the screen following the release of season 4 like Dylan Milette as Clay Jensen, Christian Navarro will be back as Tony Padilla, Alisha Boe as Jessica Davis, Brandon Flynn will be back as Justin Foley and many more. There still hasn’t been any update about the addition of any new cast.
With the renewal of season 4, season 5 was renewed as well. They explained that it was quite the thing they had to do as they thought that the core cast’s graduation ceremony should be the end natural finale of the season. So, we know for sure that certain casts will surely make it till the end of the graduation ceremony to take place. However, we can never be sure until the show is released.