Premiering in 2017, 13 Reasons Why has been one of the most popular and talked about shows on Netflix. Touching on the tough subjects of bullying and suicide, the series has become controversial. However, the final season has dropped, tying up loose ends from past seasons.


We spoke with JanLuis Castellanos, who plays Diego in the final season about what fans can expect, saying:

"I know this is for sure going to be a conclusive send off to a lot of these characters, you know it's all leading up to graduation."

Castellanos continued to describe his characters situation in the show:

"He has a tough time figuring out right from wrong you know because he gets stuck in a predicament, where it's like hey, who can I trust?"

Fans have been anxiously awaiting the finale which will not disappoint. Season four will be jam-packed with new problems that arise within the gang, along with old issues from past seasons that hadn't been resolved. The journey that the Liberty High School's class had gone through for the past years are finally coming to a close with a bang. The finale has twists and turns that lead to an unexpected ending, keeping fans on the edge of their seat.

Season 4 of 13 Reasons Why is available for streaming now on Netflix.

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