13 Reasons Why

13 Reasons Why Season 3 has just hit hard screens and dug us deep into another mystery. Although Bryce’s murder isn’t ethical, it’s somehow justified, so, Hannah got justice, and so Jessica, finally.

But what about Monty, they all framed him for Bryce’s murder, and then all of sudden Monty died! It seems like saving Alex, and framing Monty instead of him, somehow right, but who could have killed Monty?

No doubt, 13 Reasons Season 3 really strike out minds hard, and quite intense. Finally, and finally, Bryce paid for what he did. But getting killed for assaulting, raping, bullying, and many other such illegal acts which also violates humanity can’t simply be justified. Indeed, Bryce had to die, but Alex’s hands shouldn’t get dirty with his blood. Anyhow, it happened the way it was destined.

The way season 3 revealed the truth, and then Jess, Justin, Clay, Ani, Alex, and rest of the crew framed Monty in Bryce’s murder was somehow unexpected. But the more unexpected and shocking twist was Monty’s sudden death in jail.

13 Reasons Why Season 4

So, here the question arises, who killed Monty and why? De he really deserved to die like that? In Season 4, we will see another murder mystery amid some more drastic revelations.

Well, here we have a theory which hints towards the idea that might be Monty’s father have killed him. And the basis of the theory lies in Monty’s identity that he’s gay. In 13 Reasons Why Season 3, we came across an argument between Monty and his father upon Monty getting into the jail for assaulting Tyler. There, Monty’s father spits on his face when he finally accepted that he’s gay.

So, there’s a possibility that Monty’s father has killed him as he might be ashamed of his truth. 

13 Reasons Why Season 4 will deal with this new entangled mystery and will lead us to have a conclusion of this remarkable series.

Let’s wait to get a teaser trailer or some hint dropped from Netflix regarding 13 Reasons Why Season 4.

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