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13 Reasons Why Season 4: It isn’t a Death Mystery Anymore!

13 Reasons Why Season 4 will pop-up on your screens next year, and it will be for the last time that you will watch the teen mystery drama. Certainly, it isn’t a death mystery anymore, but how?

13 Reasons Why which started its journey with a suicide mystery, and then gradually move onto entangle a murder mystery leading to another killing has now become more of a contentious teen mystery drama.

What I stated above, just a representation of the cloak of 13 Reasons Why whereas there’s a lot hidden behind the facade of this teen mystery.

If you are following 13 Reasons Why on Netflix then you must be aware of the fact that this teen mystery owns the competence of highlighting the severe problems which teens have to suffer throughout their teenhood in life just because of the bully society and the polluted environment they come across.

Certainly, 13 Reasons Why has successfully maintained its prestige until its season 3 which released last month. The arrival of 13 Reasons Why Season 3 wasn’t lesser than an explosion. Season 3 shape the series into another form which is more darker, dense, and spectacularly remarkable in expressing the evolution of characters.

So, 13 Reasons Why Season 3 is the witness of the variation of the characters including Jessica, Alex, Tyler, Clay, Zach, and even Bryce. Gradually, we saw an unexpected evolution concerning the cognition and actions of the characters. Bryce, who once a monster, tried to change but got killed and sadistically, Alex was the one who killed him.
Moreover, Season 3 left us with another murder mystery who’s of Monty.

13 Reasons Why Season 4: Complete Storyline

In 13 Reasons Why Season 4, we will come across many more changes and some more unexpected evolutionary and revolutionary changes, respectively.

Alongside highlighting the societal spoils, 13 Reasons Why is now moving on to show us a way to lead our society towards improvement. For this, we will see Jessica moving ahead on her mission to bring peace in the Liberty High, and taking a stand for the victims helping them to deal with such mess as of bullying, alienation, and assault.

So, 13 Reasons Why Season 4 will end up by bringing some revolutionary changes as I stated above. Moreover, we will see how Tyler will surrender and accept his mistakes. If you remember that he kept some illegal guns and also tried to execute shoot at school. So, will he be able to overcome his inner fears and accept what he did? Or Clay once again will be able to save him?

Moreover, in 13 Reasons Why Season 4, we will see the murder investigation of Monty who died in jail while Ani and the rest of the group got him framed for Bryce’s death instead of Alex.

It will certainly be hell intense to know that who killed Monty, it could be his own father, possibly. Let’s see.

Moreover, we will see Clay coping up with his mental health, and overcoming his past fears.

Last but not least, 13 Reasons Why Season 4 will disclose Ani’s past history while connecting the dots from season 1 to 4 revealing that how that new girl was a part of this from ever.

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