Congratulations, class of 2020. The teens of 13 Reasons Why have finally graduated, as Netflix released the fourth and final season on Friday.
It's been a long journey since Season 1 and often a painful one, as 13 Reasons Why repeatedly insisted on unnecessary new characters, sloppy narrative technique, and confusing messages about violence, toxic masculinity, and so, so much more.
Season 4 frays from the start, because one of its two central questions, posed repeatedly by Winston (Deaken Bluman) throughout the season, has already been answered: "Who framed Monty?" The audience, and most of the characters, know it’s the same as the answer to last season’s “Who killed Bryce?”: Jessica (Alisha Boe) and Alex (Miles Heizer) were the ones who let Bryce (Justin Prentice) drown after Zach (Ross Butler) beat him to a pulp, not only for raping several women but also just for being an overall jerk. Read more...More about Netflix, 13 Reasons Why, Entertainment, and Movies Tv Shows