’13 Reasons Why’ Season 4 Is Confirmed To Hit Netflix Next Month

Laura Rogan Laura Rogan


Welcome to your final tape.

After three seasons of twists, turns and a whole lot of shocking and scandalous revelations taking place at Liberty High School, the teen drama is set to return for one final round, confirmed to premiere next month.

Landing on Netflix on June 5, Clay (played by Dylan Minnette) and co. will return to tie up loose ends before graduation, and in true 13 Reasons Why fashion, dig up any buried secrets that we’re yet to uncover.

Releasing a brand new teaser just today, the cast are shown “saying goodbye”, with only a few hints giving us a glimpse of what to expect for the grand finale. And it appears to be a pretty emotional affair, as numerous cast members are shown teary-eyed at a table read as a crew member yells “that’s a wrap!”. And after three turbulent seasons to its belt already (and an incredibly raw first season), it wouldn’t be a stretch to expect it to be a real tearjerker.

The brief synopsis provided by Netflix reads: “In the series’ final season, Liberty High School’s senior class prepares for graduation. But before they say goodbye, they’ll have to keep a dangerous secret buried and face heartbreaking choices that could impact their futures forever.”

The previous season delved deeper into the wider cast of the show, leaving Hannah Baker’s story behind and pivoting towards a whodunnit? mystery that surrounded Liberty High villain, Bryce Walker. Season 3 left fans on a cliffhanger after uncloaking Alex as Bryce’s killer, and a now-dead Monty taking the blame. But the drama wasn’t left there, with student photographer Winston revealing he has a plan to exonerate Monty.