13 Reasons Why is undoubtedly one of the best teen drama streaming on Netflix. The show has always been in the controversy ever since its inception but that has not stopped millions of people watching this epic web TV series.
13 Reasons Why is based on a book of the same name written by Jay Asher. The first season of the show followed Clay, a high school student, who received a box of tape cassettes from his former crush, Hannah, who passed away by suicide.
The following seasons focused on the cast of high school students, including who raped Hannah. The show had stirred a controversy for showing a male character is being sodomised with a broom handle.
13 Reasons Why season 4 which released on June 5 this year has also enough contents to draw controversy. Despite having embroiled in a lot of controversies, the are millions of are speculating the possibility of season 5, despite Netflix has officially announced that the show has ended.
Here’s everything you need to know about 13 Reasons Why season five.
13 Reasons Season 5 Release Date: Will 13 Reasons Why be back for season five?
Sadly, Netflix has confirmed that 13 Reasons Why would not renewed for season 5. Taking to social media, the streaming giant had made informed fans that it was purely a creative decision to end the show after season four, which will “feature the core cast’s graduation from High School” and therefore “a natural conclusion to the show”.
June 5th. The final season. ❤️ pic.twitter.com/bBuDkSpwCe
— 13 Reasons Why (@13ReasonsWhy) May 11, 2020
Ahead of 13 Reasons Why season 4 premiere, Netflix had dropped a video video showcasing the entire cast emotionally finish their final-read through. In the video, Alisha Boe, who plays Jessica Davis, can be heard tearfully saying, “I will never forget this experience for the rest of my life, so thank you.”
What Dylan Minnette has to say on 13 Reasons Why season 5?
13 Reasons Why series might have officially ended but that’s not resisting Dylan Minnette from coming up with brand new ideas for what could happen to Clay in the next season.
In a recent interview with Variety, Dylan revealed that part of what happened in the last season would likely follow him if the fifth season was made.
“Clay quarantining in Evergreen County with his parents — and ghost versions of deceased characters Justin, Bryce, Montgomery and Hannah,” Variety revealed.
“It’s all set in one room,” Dylan said. “Damn, actually we should have done this.”
“You don’t see Clay fully recovered,” he noted. “You see him come to terms with what he’s struggling with — being able to say it in front of an entire school at graduation and be able to own it — and have an optimistic outlook on life…but you don’t see him recover.”
“I remember speaking to Brian Yorkey, the showrunner, over the course of the first few seasons, saying that I really want Clay to be in therapy in Season 4 because I want to take a deep dive into what’s actually going on in Clay’s mind,” he revealed. “We’ve seen him have these struggles since the beginning of the show, and I wanted to face that headfirst.”
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