Clay and gang’s final year at Liberty High, the final season of 13 Reasons Why, and finally the shit is over. With slow storyline, not much to show, the makers have narrowed down the final season with 10 episodes, unlike the previous seasons which had 13 episodes each.
So what do we have in box for the final season? Let us say we have, a certainly boring and too slow storyline, characters which have become less interesting over the years and a death which was not required.
The final season of Netflix’s controversial teen drama ’13 Reasons Why’ answers the questions from the previous seasons which certainly didn’t require any answers.
The series that started with the story of Hannah Baker, had no references for the ‘dead’ character until the last 10 minutes of the series finale. The tapes are back, for like 5 minutes, a character who had just cleaned himself up is forced to die, and Winston who wanted to take revenge does nothing apart from flirting with Tyler and Alex throughout the show.
Though the final season has a loose storyline there were a couple of moments that stabbed the fans right in their hearts.
Alex kisses Zach but falls in love with Charlie, Justin goes and returns from Rehab but breaks up with Jessica, he then after some time realizes he loves Jessica and dies as soon as he starts dancing with her.
Clay on the other hand has developed into a person who in ordinary terms is referred to get some mental therapy or even a checkup. Clay’s annoying habit of seeing dead has not gone, he still sees Monty, but this time Jessica has also got the powers to see Bryce, who is also dead.
After a point of time, I started wondering is this Clay or Klaus from The Umbrella Academy.
SO SHOULD YOU WATCH THE FINAL SEASON?
The answer to the question is pretty clear, investing 10 hours in 13 Reasons Why Season 4 is something even Hannah Baker won’t recommend you. The actors did a fabulous job, the production was impeccable but the storyline lacked something too much as compared to the previous seasons.
So if you are willing to watch the show, this honest review cannot change your decision but if you are someone who is starting the show from Season 1, I would suggest you cancel your Netflix subscription after completing Season 2 so that you would not even accidentally click on Season 3 and Season 4 of 13 Reason Why.