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13 Reasons Why Season 3 News, Rumours & Trailers

All the latest info about the third series of 13 Reasons Why, which starts this month: news, rumours and trailers

13 Reasons Why is one of the most well-known Netflix Originals, but also one of the most controversial. The first season gained much critical acclaim for its honest portrayal of the struggles of mental health. However, season 2 deviated from the original book by Jay Asher into its own storyline, including some scenes that very much divided audiences.

The show also made headlines very recently for making the decision to edit out a graphic suicide scene from season 1. But what can we expect to see from the latest instalment of this teen drama? 


When Does 13 Reasons Why Season 3 Premiere?
Netflix has announced that the second series of 13 Reasons Why will be released on 23 August. Because it's a Netflix Original series, every episode of the new series will appear simultaneously: you won't need to wait a week for each episode.

Netflix has also just confirmed that there will be a forth season, which will be the final series for the show. This should air next year. 

Where Can You Watch It?
13 Reasons Why is a Netflix Original series, and it will initially be available to watch on Netflix and nowhere else. (The first series is now available on Amazon Video and on DVD.)

You can watch online at Netflix.com, or use the apps for iOS, Google and more. You'll need to take out a subscription (the cheapest is £5.99/$7.99 per month) but Netflix offers a free trial for one month and you can cancel at any time.

You can pay extra to enable Netflix streaming on more than one device at a time (you can watch on your laptop, PC, TV, tablet or phone) and to unlock HD and Ultra-HD content.

Log into your Netflix account and use the search function or look under Netflix Originals for 13 Reasons Why, then tap or click to play.

Watch The Trailer
The first trailer for season 3 dropped on 1 August, along with the date announcement for the series. It seems that the show is taking a more 'crime drama' direction, something a little different from what they've done before. 

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What Can We Expect From Season 3?
Most plot points are still under wraps for season 3, but we have a few predictions up our sleeves. Spoiler warning for previous seasons of the show from here on out, as well as a warning that this next section will discuss sensitive topics in the show such as sexual assault, rape and suicide. 

The last we saw of Bryce Walker - the main antagonist of 13 Reasons Why - he was on probation after his trial investigating the assaults of Hannah Baker and Jessica Davis, with the former contributing to Hannah's suicide. But as the latest trailer reveals, someone else has taken it upon themselves to end his life. Therefore, we have a murder mystery on our hands, folks. 

The trailer shows the main cast stood around Bryce's casket, hinting to the fact that one of them is most likely guilty. We also have a new narrator, as Hannah Baker will most likely not return this season. This role will be played by a new character called Ani, who is seen in the trailer frantically scrubbing blood from a shirt, putting her in line with the other suspects. But is this a hint, or a red herring?

As every episode in the previous seasons followed a set structure - season 1 dealing with tapes and season 2 using polaroids - we imagine that season 3 we also have a unique through line. We'll also be returning to the setting of Liberty High School, and we may not finish the season with a neat bow, as there is still one more final season to come after this. 

Season 2 faced major backlash after including one graphic sexual assault scene with Tyler, which pushed him over the edge and caused him to have the intention to carry out a school shooting, which was later stopped by Clay. According to the season description, we will see many of the characters support Tyler in dealing with his thoughts on nearly committing the crime, as well as overcoming the trauma he faced. We're intrigued to see if the show has listened to the criticism about the scene, and how they will deal with the aftermath. 

Two actors on the show were also promoted to series regulars - Brenda Strong and Timothy Granaderos. This means that we'll most likely see a lot more of Bryce's mother Nora Walker, and Montgomery de la Cruz, the perpetrator of Tyler's sexual assault in this season. As Bryce is now dead, we wonder if one of these characters will step up into becoming the main villain of the show. 


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