So the wait is finally over, Netflix most controversial teen drama has made its return for Season 3 and no matter what they say, just let the dead bury the dead. 13 Reasons Why season 3 Episode One starts with a message issued for the betterness of teenagers struggling with issues namely bullying, sexual assault, and ragging.
Season 3 starts with the introduction of the new character of Amorowat Anysia Achola, better known as Ani who is a senior at Liberty High School. The season picks itself having a massive 8-month leap and no signs of what happened after Tyler left leaving the gun at Clay’s hands at the end of season 2.
Few minutes into the series, we see Clay getting arrested, but for what? we don’t know nor would I reveal it to you.
Bringing onto your notice, Ani is the new narrator of the series while Clay Jensen again is the keeper of some heinous secrets.
Season 3 is all about who killed Bryce Walker and the investigation going on. And this time it’s not Clay Jensen who is entangled in the scenario its everyone including Jessica, Tyler, Alex, Tony, and Zach. Wondering about Montogomery La Cruz? You will find out the rest when you watch it.
Summarising the all, the tapes have returned and it’s not the one from Hannah.
Who killed Bryce Walker? Bryce is dead and the circumstances of his demise make the new season a murderous mystery. Eight months after Tyler (Devin Druid) was prevented from performing an unthinkable act in Spring Fling, Clay (Dylan Minnette), Tony (Christian Navarro), Jessica (Alisha Boe), Alex (Miles Heizer), Justin ( Brandon Flynn ) and Zach ( Ross Butler) maintain a cover story while helping Tyler with the healing process.
But after a tumultuous homecoming game in which a football player disappears, Clay himself is suspected by the police. Now the group meets an outsider who wants to guide her through the investigation that could reveal the deepest secrets of all involved. The stakes are increased and even well-meaning help can change a life forever.
The season is better than season 2 and is surely worth binge-watching this weekend.