13 Reasons Why season 3 release date confirmed by Netflix

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FANS are eagerly awaiting the third instalment of controversial Netflix show 13 Reasons Why.

The new trailer is out NOW and reveals that something has happened to Bryce Walker – but is he dead? Here’s your guide to the new series.

 13 Reasons Why will return with a new plot - who killed Bryce Walker?

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13 Reasons Why will return with a new plot – who killed Bryce Walker?Credit: netflix

What has happened to Bryce Walker on 13 Reasons Why?

When the first trailer for season three of 13 Reasons Why dropped in July 2019 fans were shocked to see that evil Bryce Walker was dead.

He is alive and well at the end of season two – so what has happened?

A second trailer then dropped in August 2019 which showed Clay Jensen being arrested.

So far, all that fans know is that the show’s villain was shot dead – and the next 13 episodes of the new series will be an intense whodunnit.

 Clay Jensen will be arrested - but did he kill Bryce?

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Clay Jensen will be arrested – but did he kill Bryce?Credit: netflix

In the second clip Clay is seen being confronted by the authorities – with his attorney mum Lainie stating: “The police think that you did [it]!”.

Emotional Clay, played by Dylan Minnette, can also be seen tearfully exclaiming: “This whole f***ing world is better without him in it”, showing zero remorse for Bryce’s murder.

Although the trailer is pointing to Clay as the main suspect, fans believe that this is a red herring – and are adamant that he is innocent.

 A new story is set to involve the high school kids in the third series

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A new story is set to involve the high school kids in the third seriesCredit: Netflix

When is 13 Reasons Why season three released on Netflix?

Season three of 13 Reasons Why is out on Netflix on August 23, 2019.

You will be able to binge watch all 13 episodes at once – you can catch up with seasons one to two NOW.

The first two series were about the suicide of teenager Hannah Baker (played by Katherine Langsford).

However, as we have already covered, the show is likely to focus on the death of Bryce Walker and move away from the Hannah story.

 Season one and two focused on the suicide of Hannah Baker

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Season one and two focused on the suicide of Hannah BakerCredit: Netflix

How did 13 Reasons Why season two end?

WARNING: Contains spoilers from the seasons two finale

The final scenes of season two saw Tyler Down being raped in the bathroom, before arriving at his school prom with an assortment of guns.

It was then speculated that Tyler would be the focus of season three, as he had been through so much trauma before the end of the last series.

However, this now seems unlikely although he may still be the person who murders Bryce.

 Alisha Boe returns as Jessica Davis

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Alisha Boe returns as Jessica DavisCredit: netflix

Will this be the last series of 13 Reasons Why?

Fans don’t need to worry just yet as there will be ONE more series after this.

Netflix have confirmed that season four – which is likely to be out in 2020 – will be the last season.

A spokesperson for the streaming network told Express.co.uk: “Series four will feature the core cast’s graduation from High School which will be a natural conclusion to the show.”

With currently no idea how or why Bryce has been killed, it’s unclear what season four will cover, other than the graduation.

What controversy has surrounded 13 Reasons Why?

13 Reasons Why became the source of much controversy due to its portrayal of suicide as well as graphic storylines including drink-driving and rape.

It caused Netflix to step in and add content warnings to the beginning of shows that some viewers may find distressing.

The subscription service later strengthened the warning to include links to details of various support organisations.

The new season will also allow viewers to access a database of crisis resources.

In July 2019 the suicide from season one has now been deleted.

If you are affected by any of the issues raised in this article, please call the Samaritans for free on 116123 or 020 7734 2800.

 

 

 





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