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13 Reasons Why Season 4 Release Date

Netflix is a leading OTT platform, known for its Action, Thriller web series. One such top-rated American Teen Drama web series on Netflix is 13 Reasons Why. The series is based on a 2007 novel of the same name by author Jay Asher. Its first season released in 2017 on Netflix, and since then, every year, the makers release its sequels, which are gaining an overwhelming response from the audience worldwide.

After the three successful and thrilling seasons, now the fans are eagerly waiting for the release of its fourth season, which probably the last season of this show. Since it will be the final season of 13 Reasons Why, it is going to be much bigger and exciting than previous ones, and today we are going to spill some beans regarding 13 Reasons Why season 4 release date and more.

  • Series Genre: Drama, Mystery, Thriller
  • No. of Seasons: 3 as of now
  • No. of Episodes: 35 as of now

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13 Reasons Why Season 4 Cast

Most of the Cast & Characters in the fourth season of 13 Reasons Why will remain the same as its previous seasons. However, the characters who were dead in the previous seasons might appear in the finale season in flashbacks. Here is the list of all cast & characters you might see in the finale season of 13 Reasons Why:

  • Dylan Minnette as Clay Jensen

Dylan Minnette as Clay Jensen

  • Katherine Langford as Hannah Baker

Katherine Langford as Hannah Baker

  • Christian Navarro as Tony Padilla

Christian Navarro as Tony Padilla

  • Alisha Boe as Jessica Davis

Alisha Boe as Jessica Davis

  • Brandon Flynn as Justin Foley

  • Miles Heizer as Alex Standall

Miles Heizer as Alex Standall

  • Ross Butler as Zach Dempsey

Ross Butler as Zach Dempsey

  • Devin Druid as Tyler Down

Devin Druid as Tyler Down

  • Amy Hargreaves as Lainie Jensen

Amy Hargreaves as Lainie Jensen

  • Anne Winters as Chlöe Rice

Anne Winters as Chlöe Rice

  • Steven Weber as Gary Bolan

Steven Weber as Gary Bolan

13 Reasons Why Season 4 Release Date

After the confirmation of season 4, various media platforms have suggested that the fourth season of 13 reasons Why may release in December 2020 and its shooting will be wrap soon. However, the officials haven’t announced the release date of the fourth season, it could be due to Coronavirus Pandemic. But we are expecting that it will soon be released on 25 December 2020.

Things will be clear when Netflix released the official trailer of the fourth season of 13 Reasons Why. We will keep you updated about its release date in this thread only.

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What happened in 13 Reasons Why so far: Recap

13 Reasons Why is a thriller-drama web series that revolves around a 17-year old guy Clay Jensen and his close friend Hannah, who committed suicide after facing a culture of sexual assault, bullying at her school Liberty High and her friends were not there to support her. After her death, one day, Clay found a mysterious pouch in his home, which Hannah left for him.

In that pouch, Hannah left a tape which she recorded before her death for all those who are somehow responsible for her death. She left different tapes for each of her friends, which depicts how they all involved somehow in her suicide. The tapes reveal those 13 reasons because of which she is no more.

 In season 2, after a few months of Hannah’s death, her close friends and family members get involved in a legal battle between Liberty High School and them. Her mother rejects the offer of settlement by the school to seek justice for her daughter, and thus her husband left her. The legal battle unfolds the events that happened before her death, which led to her suicide. Clay, who was her close friend, feels like he failed to protect her and decides to investigate the matter on his own.

He found some disturbing facts about Liberty High School and how they compromise the integrity of young girls like Hannah. In Season 3, another student of Liberty High School named Bryce gets killed, and the same gang members come under the suspicion of his murder as each one of them had their reasons to kill him. 

Investigation of his murder reveals how each gang member tries to cover up what happens that night. As the investigation proceeds, the major suspects that come under the spotlight are Alex, Jess, Monty, and Clay. Later, all of them frame Monty for the murder, and he got killed in prison. However, Winston- boyfriend of Monty knows the truth that Monty was innocent as he was with him on the night of Bryce’s murder, and he decides to find the real culprit who is Alex actually.

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Expected Plot of 13 Reasons Why Season 4

As expected, In season 4 of 13 Reasons Why Winston might come to know about the gang’s coverup and who killed Bryce in real. Also, the ending of season 3 showed that a bag of guns was pulled out of the river. This bag was somehow related to Bryce’s murder, and that is why gang members destroyed that evidence. But, since the bag is now out of the river, all the gang members might face a big problem, especially Tyler and Clay, who had their fingerprints on it.

Not only this, but all gang members are also going to be graduate in the finale season. According to the sources, one of the characters is going to die in the finale season of 13 reasons why and it will be interesting to watch who will be that person. So, with lots of drama and secrets, the finale season will surely unfold a lot of mysteries associated with all these murders and Liberty High School.

We are really excited to watch the finale season and hope you are too. But we don’t have any official announcement till yet about its plot or release date, so we will keep updating this thread for you. More details would be out once 13 Reasons Why season 4 release date is out.

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FAQs About 13 Reasons Why Season 4 Release, Cast & PLot

1. Will there be a season 4 of 13 Reasons Why?

Yes, there will be a season 4 of 13 Reasons Why web series. Check out this article to know the release date, cast & crew, and everything we know so far.

2. How many episodes Season 4 of 13 Reasons Why will have?

There is no official announcement that has been made regarding the number of episodes but as all the previous seasons had 13 episodes each, we are considering that fourth season 4 of 13 Reasons Why will also have 13 episodes in it.

3. Which character will die in the fourth season?

There is no confirmation yet that which character is actually going to die in the fourth season of 13 Reasons Why. Still, according to some fans theory, Clay Jensen will die in the finale season as his journey is almost over. Although it is just a fan theory and we don’t know who will die in the finale season, but it will be exciting to watch whether the theory will be correct or not.

4. Where can I watch 13 Reasons Why all seasons online?

As 13 Reasons Why is an exclusive show of Netflix, one can stream all the seasons on it. Netflix has all the content rights of this show and is available to stream on its platform. Check out this article to know 13 Reasons Why season 4 release date and more.

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Wrapping It Up

13 Reasons Why season 4 release date (expected) is mentioned above and all the episodes of the show will be available on Netflix App to watch. Till its release, you can binge-watch its previous 3 seasons if you haven’t watched them yet, as they are fantastic and super entertaining. Binge-watch and Chill! We will update the article 

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Will the Omicron Covid variant cancel Christmas? | News



The identification of a new Covid variant has sent shockwaves around the world as leaders scramble once again to close borders and reintroduce measures aimed at slowing the spread of the virus. The World Health Organization has said Omicron poses a very high risk of infection. Its ability to evade Covid vaccines is of particular concern, and the chief executive of the US drugmaker Moderna has warned there is no world where the effectiveness of vaccines is at the same level as with the Delta variant.

The Guardian’s science correspondent Nicola Davis tells Hannah Moore the variant is so new to scientists there is not enough data to predict how serious a threat it could pose, but the next two weeks will be crucial.

However, the emergence of a new “variant of concern” is no surprise. For months scientists have warned that the inequitable distribution of vaccines means that with so many people unvaccinated, there is huge scope for dangerous new variants to mutate.

Woman in a protective suit and mask holding a test tube with a sample suspected to be infected with the Omicron Covid variant. Photograph by Maxym Marusenko/NurPhoto/Rex/Shutterstock

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EU countries should discuss mandatory Covid-19 vaccination: Von der Leyen



The European Union (EU) should start a discussion on whether mandatory vaccinations are needed in the fight against the ongoing surge in Covid-19 cases, especially since a third of the EU population had not yet taken the jab, European Commission President Ursula von der Leyen said in Brussels.

Acknowledging that such a decision was “pure member state competence,” she noted that around 150 million people in the EU had not taken the jab.

“I think it is understandable and appropriate to lead this discussion now — how we can encourage and potentially think about mandatory vaccination within the EU,” she added on Wednesday during a news conference.

“We have the vaccines, the life-saving vaccines, but they are not being used adequately everywhere,” she said.

Von der Leyen added that the EU’s main Covid-19 vaccine provider, BioNTech or Pfizer, would have shots available for children in the bloc in two weeks, Xinhua news agency reported.

The Commission President said there was not enough information on the new Covid-19 variant, Omicron, which the World Health Organization said poses a high risk.

“We do not know all about this variant but know enough to be concerned,” she added.

“We know from our experience with the Delta variant that it is a race against time. Till we know more, in two to three weeks, we need to take action. Our best scientists are working day and night. What science tells us already is that full vaccination and boosters give protection against the virus.”




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Covid-19: Districts in west, north Tamil Nadu see high number of cases | Chennai News



CHENNAI: The state has seen a steady drop in fresh Covid-19 cases; it reported 718 new cases on Wednesday compared to 990 cases on November 1. In the last four weeks, weekly average test positivity rate has also come down marginally from 0.8% to 0.7%, health officials said.
Seven districts – Tiruppur, Namakkal, Chengalpet, Coimbatore, Salem, Erode and Karur – have weekly average test positivity rate above 1%. “Whole genome sequencing reports show that more than 95% of the people carry the Delta variant. While we are strengthening surveillance to prevent entry or spread of Omicron, we have told all districts to ensure they continue to trace and test cases within the state,” said health secretary J Radhakrishnan.
Some districts in the west and north continue to report a high number of new cases. The eight western districts together reported 356 cases on Wednesday, while the districts in the north reported 260 new cases. Districts in the central and south zones reported 62 and 40 cases respectively on Wednesday.
While Coimbatore (118) and Chennai (117) are still reporting cases in three digits, Chengalpet, Erode and Tirupur are among the districts that report more than 50 new cases a day.
Fresh Cases have been hovering around 100 to 125 for nearly a month in Chennai and Coimbatore. Officials said the two districts have been seeing clusters from family reunions, workplaces and educational institutions.
“With fall in cases we have been seeing a steep fall in the number of people wearing masks,” said health minister Ma Subramanian. “Maintaining social distance and washing hands with soap and water are practices we must continue to follow. People should also get themselves vaccinated as early as possible,” he said.
Until Tuesday, 79% of adults in Tamil Nadu had taken the first dose of the vaccine and 44% of them were completely vaccinated. More than 2.6 lakh people took the Covid 19 vaccine at the government vaccination centres on Wednesday.
The number of active cases stood at 8,200. The 11 deaths reported on Wednesday took the cumulative toll to 36,492 and the cases tally reached 27.27 lakh.
Of the 11 deaths, there were two each in Coimbatore, Chennai and Salem and one death each in Chengalpet, Tiruppur, Trichy, Thanjavur and Dindigul. Thirty districts reported zero deaths.

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