Netflix’s most famous and loved teen drama, 13 reasons why has recently finished off with its fourth season and the fans are already excited to know about 13 Reasons Why season 5. The series is an adaptation from a novel by Jay Asher. 13 Reasons Why season 1 aired on the streaming service on 31 March 2017 and took no time to become one of the most-watched series on the platform. The high school students can feel a connection with the characters thus, enjoy watching it. Here’s everything you need to know about the teen drama’s season 5.
Plot of 13 Reasons Why
The series is based on genres like youth, suicide, sexual assault, mental health issues, bullying and other such problems prevailing among the youths. The story shows us the life of a teenaged boy, Clay, one of his friends commits suicide. Behind her, she left 13 tapes that justified why she took the decision of ending her life.
Thus, there comes a lot of twists and turns in Clay’s life after Hannah suicides. There four successful seasons of the dealt with Clay figuring out and trying to get over her death. The best part is that all the seasons regularly came in 2017, 2018, 2019 and 2020 respectively. There were no lags in between them.
Who Are All In The Cast?
Main cast members of the show are Dylan Minnette, the one who played Clay Jensen, Katherine Langford the girl who suicides- Hannah Baker, Christian Navarro was their schoolmate Tony, Alisha Boe played the role of Jessica, Brandon Flynn was seen as Justin Foley. In addition, there were some more supporting actors. And everyone did a commendable job.
When Will 13 Reasons Why Season 5 Air?
Season 4 was the last of the series. All the students have graduated from their high school. Thus, there will not be a season 5 of the show. However, these four seasons were perfectly made and the audience loved the show. But unfortunately, now it’s time to bid it a good bye.
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