The American telly series 13 Reasons Why draws its inspiration from Jay Asher’s Thirteen Reasons Why and first aired in 2017. Joseph Incapreraand fabricated the series got into several controversies within a short span of time. The series also tried to compete with an ongoing series named Riverdale but somehow lacked the essence to attract fans thoroughly.
However, the series developed itself in the course of time, and from a mere teen drama, it evolved as a psychological thriller series. The series depicts suicides, rapes, and murders. Still, each story is different from one another and has been highly praised for being portrayed so well as well as criticized since it dealt with serious issues openly and quite bitterly.
Will Fans See Another Season of the Series?
The series did invite several critical comments, but it remained one of the most loved series, especially among teenagers. Fans would have loved to another season of the show, but they will not be able to. Netflix has officially confirmed that there will be no other season and season 4 was the concluding season of the series. It was decided among the producers that the series will have no other stories, so fans must be heartbroken to have bid goodbye to the series, but at least they have surely enjoyed it thoroughly.
13 Reasons Why includes several stars like Dylan Minnetteacting as Clay Jensen; Ross Butler in the role of Zach Dempsey; Katherine Langford playing Hannah Baker; Christian Navarro playing Tony Padilla; Alisha Boe playing Jessica Davis; Brandon Flynn playing Justin Foley; Justin Prentice playing Bryce Walker; Miles Heizer playing Alex Standall; Devin Druid playing Tyler Down; Amy Hargreaves playing Lainie Jensen; Tyler Barnhardt playing Charlie St. George; DeakenBluman playing Winston Williams.
Jan Luis Castellanos is playing Diego Torres and Gary Sinise; Derek Luke is playing Kevin Porter; Kate Walsh playing Olivia Baker; Brian d’Arcy James playing Andy Baker; Grace Saifplaying Ani Achola; Brenda Strong playing Nora Walker; Timothy Granaderosplaying Monty De La Cruz; Mark Pellegrino playing Bill Standall; Andrea Roth playing Noelle Davis; Alex MacNicollplaying Peter Standall; Robert Gant playing Todd Crimson; Alex Quijano playing Steve Crimsen; Ross Turner playing Mr. Wood.
Amid all praises and controversies, 13 Reasons Why has successfully paved its way and impacted its fans. The final season depicted how people are changed and how lives appear to be almost the opposite one thinks of it. The gradual development of the characters was indeed a lot to absorb and more than merry moments, and the series consists of psychological issues with which almost everyone can relate.
The season depicts how the time has come to say goodbye to the teens as they embark on a new journey in their lives. Season 4 depicted how the prom night was annulled and how the teenagers cleared themselves of any charges or misbelieves, and Clay Jensen came out to be the sole person behind the school mischief. The happiest part was how Charlie St. George got the courage to confess that he is bisexual in front of his dad.
It is also witnessed that Alex Standall saw Charlie and became the king in the prom, which was held later. But amid all these merry moments, fans also witnessed a shocking incident. It’s time to say goodbye to Justin, who was revealed to be having AIDS and was taking drugs. Jessica ultimately confessed her love for him, but it was indeed too late. Justin’s death impacted almost everyone, including the characters and the audience but definitely provided a major impact on the entire series and was successful in making the series a hit.