13 Reasons Why Season 4 is currently underproduction and will pop-up on Netflix in 2020 leading the teen mystery to its finale.
Let’s figure out how “13 Reasons Why” evolve throughout its three seasons, and also what Season 4 has in its cards to offer.
13 Reasons Why Season 1
13 Reasons Why, the teen mystery drama started with the revelation of thirteen reasons why Hannah Baker, a high school student took her life by committing suicide. The thirteen reasons why she committed suicide blew up her friends and family’s lives after her death when they received the package sent from Hannah (as per her decided plan). The package contained 13 audiotape recordings in which Hannah recorded the thirteen reasons referring to the thirteen people (her former friends) which lead her to commit suicide.
The revelation of the thirteen reasons why Hannah committed suicide shattered all those lives who were involved in her death, directly or indirectly. Alongside, Clay, who loved Hannah also still fighting with the loss he suffered by losing Hannah.
13 Reasons Why Season 2
Consequently, 13 Reasons Why Season 2 dealt with aftermath consequences brought by the revelation of the thirteen reasons why Hannah, a high school girl committed suicide. Alongside, Clay, Tyler, Justin, Jessica, Zach, Bryce, Monty, Courtney, Sky, and the rest of the leading characters went through the heart-wrenching situations of their lives. Anyhow, Monty and Bryce were those who caused severe damage to many of the high school students as Bryce was the one who raped Jessica and Hannah and pushed Hannah to the verge of death whereas, Monty being a gay sexually assaulted Tyler snatching away peace of his life.
Along with all this, throughout the first two seasons, we also come across with the disturbed and hell miserable lives of Hannah’s parents trying to get justice for Hannah.
13 Reasons Why Season 3
However, whatever happened till then, 13 Reasons Why Season 3 altered the whole shape of the teen mystery drama. Certainly, 13 Reasons Why has now become more what people thought it while referring it to as a controversial drama. In fact, 13 Reasons Why isn’t a contentious or controversial series. Whereas it’s a giant explorer of the spoils of teen lives sparked by the societal disorders including alienation/loneliness, sexual assault, bullying, drug addictions and much more.
So, here comes 13 Reasons Why Season 3 which I have already stated that molded the whole mystery drama. 13 Reasons Why Season 3 let us dig deep into the darks of the high school students. We witnessed some significant changes including Jessica holding the floor of the liberty high school amid becoming the president and taking a stand for the bullied or sexually assaulted students. Jessica as president of the school now trying to prevent bullying and sexual assaults which can lead students to suffer misery just as Hannah suffered and the rest of the group is still suffering.
The best of the variations which 13 Reasons Why Season 3 marked lies in the change in Bryce’s character. The guilt which he felt after listening to Hannah’s tapes triggered him to change. Anyhow, his luck wasn’t that good as despite the fact he was trying to change, Alex pushed him to death. Simply, we can’t justify the murder of Bryce but he certainly the one who caused severe damage to all of the high school students.
Certainly, 13 Reasons Why Season 1, 2, 3, respectively taught us that people can change if they realize their mistakes and finally gather the courage to deal with the mess of their lives. From Tyler, Jess, and Justin, we saw Bryce changing into a new being trying to put off the guilts of their pasts and seeking apologies.
Meanwhile, everyone tried to find out who killed Bryce, Ani along with Clay and the rest of the group framed Monty for Bryce’s death. That wasn’t an end rather the beginning of the end.
13 Reasons Why Season 4: All of the Burning Issues will Get Resolved
13 Reasons Why Season 4 will deal with the mess which the three previous seasons marked. In the upcoming season which is the fourth and final, we will witness some more evolution of the characters alongside the plot. By the finale of 13 Reasons Why, we will see some revolutionary changes in the libery high school by the efforts of Jessica, Justin, Tyler, and others. Let me remind you, three of them faced sexual assault which now has become their strength to fight against the disruptive system.
Moreover, 13 Reasons Why Season 4 will deal with the worsening health of Clay and how he will be able to cop-up with this leaving his bad past memories behind. Alongside, we will see, the mystery of the new girl, Ani’s character. How Ani connected to all the past and present events of liberty high will certainly come up in the finale.
Apart from these, in the finale, we will see Tony getting back to his family, and Tyler might be in some trouble.
Now, let’s come across the last but not the least issue as it will be one of the main conflicts of 13 Reasons Season 4. One main issue which will shatter the whole group’s lives lies in the murder mystery of Monty whom all of the framed for Bryce’s murder. The one with whom Monty hook-up (had sex) with definitely knows that Monty didn’t kill Bryce and now in the final season we will see him taking a stand against the false allegations made on Monty leading to find out his murderer.