13 Reasons Why is an American Teen Drama web television show and It is fully based on the 2007 Novel Thirteen Reasons Why by Jay Asher and this show is produced by July Moon Productions, Kicked to the Curb Productions and Paramount Television with Yorkey and Diana Son serving as showrunners and 13 Reasons Why Netflix’s most controversial series but there’s more to come from 13 Reasons Why following the launch of Its season 3 in August 2019.
And the last episodes of season 3 finally streamed the truth about the death of Bryce Walker Justin Prentice but will there be a season 4 and when is out on Netflix?
WHEN WILL IT PREMIERE?
So, there’s no official release date yet, and there’s been no set release pattern for the show since It launched at the end of March 2017, with season 2 dropping in May 2018 and the season 3 in August 2019 and On August 1, 2019, Netflix official announced that 13 Reasons Why would be returning for a season 4 and We are assumed to see 13 Reasons Why season 4 released until late 2020 at the earliest.
SCREENCAST OF 13 REASONS WHY SEASON 4
Now, following appearances in the 1 and 2 seasons, Katherine Langford did not feature in season 3 as Hannah Naker, though It’s not out of the realms of possibility that her character and role reappear in flashbacks next season and the following screencast included are Dylan Minnette as Clay Jensen, Christian Navarro as Tony Padilla, Alisha Boe as Jessica Davis, Brandon Flynn as Justin Foley, Miles Heizer as Alex Standall, Ross Butler as Zach Dempsey, Devin Druid as Tyler Down.
ABOUT SEASON 4
Filming on both the 2 and 3 seasons took around 6 months, so presuming season 4 again runs to 13 episodes expect shooting to wrap in early 2020 and the production also on the 4 seasons was already underway as of August 1, 2019. The upcoming season 4 of the show will be the final and a decision officially announced at the same time as the renewal and Hannah’s death footage has since been removed from the show following concern from both experts and audiences and there was also a study funded by the National Institute of Health published in Spring 2019 which found that there were almost 200 more deaths by suicide than expected over the 9 months following the 2017 release of the season 1.