13 Reasons Why a Controversial Teen Drama Based on the novel of the same name by Jay Asher, 13 Reasons Why caused a big storm on social media when it first released in March 2017. After the Successful run of Season 1 and Season 2, Netflix is all set to be back with Season 3
The second season culminated in a horrific sexual attack on Tyler, which in turn prompted him to attempt a school shooting. Again, 13 Reasons Why managed to court a lot of controversies, and it’s unlikely the renewed 13 Reasons Why season 3 will be any different. Here’s everything we know so far.
13 Reasons Why Season 3 will undoubtedly deal with some tough issues, it would be good to finally see some characters get a happy ending. Jessica was beginning to rebuild her life at the end of season 2, while Justin looked set to have a chance to get his life back on track after Clay’s parents decided to adopt him. He needs to now get past his heroin addiction to fully heal his relationship with Jessica and move on. Yorkey has already said that 13 Reasons Why season 3 will look at how Tyler became so troubled, and what made him consider a mass shooting.
Langford will most likely not be back for 13 Reasons Why season 3, and if she is, it will only be in a very minor role; Langford herself has said that she’s let the character go, implying she will not return to the show, although neither Minnette or Yorkey have firmly ruled out Hannah’s return. Minnette, whose character, Clay, was in love with Hannah, thinks there’s still things to be learned from Hannah, while Yorkey said he doesn’t see a tremendous presence for Hannah in 13 Reasons Why season 3, but added that her story will always be an integral part of the show.
13 Reasons Why season 1 arrived in March 2017, while season 2 aired on Netflix in May 2018. Based on that timescale, 13 Reasons Why season 3 could be expected around Summer 2019. Netflix confirmed last year that 13 Reasons Why season 3 is on the way, though it didn’t reveal further details about it.