Based on the bestselling book written by Jay Asher, 13 Reasons Why tells the story of why teenage Hannah Baker took her own life and the events that followed her death, delving into the lives of multiple characters across four epic and emotional seasons. While the series may have aired its fourth and final season, we devoted fans are not willing to let go of this educational drama mystery series. We collect 10 psychological moments, both heartwarming and heartbreaking, that took place over the four seasons.
Keep in mind that spoilers will appear in this article, along with mentions of potentially triggering events such as self-harm, shootings, suicide, rape, and death.
What happens in 13 Reasons Why Season 4?
Liberty High School’s senior group is gearing up for graduation, but until they could finally say goodbye to a second and their faculty, they would have to keep a dangerous secret hidden while making terrible choices that could affect their future forever.
The most shocking and heartbreaking part of 13 Reasons Why’s final season was Justin Foley’s story, which came to an end. With the series, Justin started to gain more meaning as it was found about his disrupted family life and heroin addiction. The high school student was living on the street when Clay took him and took care of his family, then adopted him and decided he would get clean.
This year’s great tragedy comes at the prom when Justin passes out on the dance floor. Justin goes to hospital and tests positive for HIV-1, which has progressed to AIDS. He contracted the disease while doing sexual work while living on the road.
What happens to clay?
Clay Jensen suffers serious trauma related to the murder of Monty and others. He begins to create hallucinations about talking to dead characters. He’s undergoing treatment, which actually helps him get through. All these attempts to protect each other from the key to Bryce Walker and Monty’s deaths. The story continues through each of them protecting each other and hiding the murder from everyone. Winston tries to be friendly and finally get to know them, he knows why. He knows their friendship and doesn’t hurt them even after he knows the facts. The show ends when they all graduate from high school.