13 Reasons Why is moving towards its ending which its season 4 will bring on to the Netflix. it is certainly the most-awaited as fans from all over the world are wondering how the teen mystery will reach its conclusion 13 Reasons Why season 4.
13 Reasons Why Season 3
As you all know that 13 Reasons Why Season 3 dealt with Bryce’s murder mystery amid the revelation of many underlying secrets of the Liberty High students. Also, it came up with some revolutionary changes in the Liberty High School regarding taking some significant steps in helping victims to combat bullying, sexual assault, drug addictions like spoils. And for sure, Jessica’s the one who took a stand against all this and Justin, Tyler came up to help her while accepting they are the survivors and rest of the victims should also become survivors while overcoming all the mess instead of losing hopes and letting all that messing up with their lives.
Consequently, if we talk about who killed Bryce Walker then it was Alex. Anyhow, Ani with Clay and the rest of the group framed Monty for Bryce’s murder. But the things didn’t go well as they planned.
13 Reasons Why Season 4: Who Killed Monty?
So, as Monty’s framed for Bryce’s murder by the end of 13 Reasons Why Season 3, we also witnessed that someone killed Monty in prison. Who can do this?
This unexpected murder was enough to shatter the lives of Clay, Jess, Alex, Ani, Tyler, Zach and the rest. Moreover, there’s a person who’s gonna be a threat for them as all he wants to do is to unveil the truth that Monty didn’t kill Bryce. Another problem for them is to deal with the mess which Tyler created with his illegal guns.
Last but not least, 13 Reasons Why Season 4 will connect all the dots and let us know who’s Ani and how that new girl is so involved in all this, how does she really know everything?
Well, here we go with an assumption regarding Monty’s murder, it’s might be possible that his own father has killed him as Monty was Gay, and this is what his father hates. Or it might be Tyler, who knows? But Certainly, Justin and Tyler taught us that people can change and correct their mistakes, so there are rare chances that Tyler could have done this.