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13 Reasons Why – Season 4 (Netflix) – Teaser, Synopsis, Cast and First Impressions

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The controversial series has come to an end and, as before, we’re promised some sort of secret which could derail what progress some have made, or attempted to.


Creator(s) Brian Yorkey
Release Date (Netflix) 6/5/2020
Episode Count 10 Episodes – 60 Minutes

Official Synopsis

In the series’ final season, Liberty High School’s Senior Class prepares for graduation. But before they say goodbye, they’ll have to keep a dangerous secret buried and face heartbreaking choices that could impact their futures forever.

Our Impression

With “13 Reasons Why” being one of the handful of shows we read the book of, I’m still very much in the mindset this should have ended season 1 or season 2. Mind you, we did rate season 3 as something to watch, but at that point, you can tell they were milking the controversy and trying to create a conversation. Granted, one which needs to be had in regards to redemption and understanding what can be seen as a monster in your eyes isn’t a universal opinion.

Leaving me to wonder, for this last season, what’s the new secret that is going to plague graduation and, is it necessary? After Hannah’s death, Tyler nearly shooting up the school and so much more, what is the latest drama going to be? Never mind Bryce’s death put things on a whole new level, so are they going to try to top that, or is that going to carry over and be the big to do?

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Don’t get us wrong, a part of us is excited, but I also already feel exhausted, and I didn’t even start the first episode yet.

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www.netflix.com/13reasonswhy

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