Trailer Drops For Fourth And Final Season Of Netflix's 13 Reasons Why
The show will be bowing out with series four - consisting of 10, one-hour long episodes - which will hopefully provide a satisfying conclusion for everyone who's enjoyed the controversial show since it first landed on Netflix in 2017.
Fans can expect to see Clay Jensen, played by Dylan Minnette, return alongside Jessica (Alisha Boe) and Alex (Miles Heizer) and Tyler (Devin Druid).
The fourth season will show the group of teens preparing to graduate, knowing that before they say goodbye, 'they'll have to keep a dangerous secret buried and face heartbreaking choices that could impact their future forever'.
Gushing about the final season on Facebook, one fan wrote: "I can't wait! When it comes out imma binge all day long!"
Another added: "This is giving me chills right now. Can't wait."
While the show is hugely popular with its viewers, its sensitive themes have not come without some backlash.
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Many people have praised 13 Reasons Why for tackling tricky issues such as mental health problems, but others have claimed it has 'glamorised' some topics like suicide.
Last year, Netflix announced it would be removing a controversial three-minute scene, which depicted the suicide of Hannah Baker (played by Katherine Langford) following the 'advice of medical experts'.
In a statement at the time, Netflix said: "We've heard from many young people that 13 Reasons Why encouraged them to start conversations about difficult issues like depression and suicide and get help - often for the first time.
"As we prepare to launch season three later this summer, we've been mindful about the ongoing debate around the show. So, on the advice of medical experts, including Dr. Christine Moutier, Chief Medical Officer at the American Foundation for Suicide Prevention, we've decided with creator Brian Yorkey and the producers to edit the scene in which Hannah takes her own life from season one."
However, the show's creators defended the decision to include it, with writer Nic Sheff sharing an open letter with Vanity Fair, which read: "When it came time to discuss the portrayal of the protagonist's suicide in 13 Reasons Why, I of course immediately flashed on my own experience.
"It seemed to me the perfect opportunity to show what an actual suicide really looks like - to dispel the myth of the quiet drifting off, and to make viewers face the reality of what happens when you jump from a burning building into something much, much worse."
13 Reasons Why season four will be available to watch on Netflix from 5 June.
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