13 Reasons Why Season 4: Binge Watching?
Probably the most trending thing in the Netflix community is the launch of season 4 of 13 reasons why. Many people do not know that this show is based upon a 2007 novel of the same name, written by Jay Asher. However, only the first season is based on the book.
Season 4 as you know started with an unknown person’s funeral, only to be known in the last episode. In this review, I’m not going to divulge into that whether there should or should not be season 4 in the very first place.
Perhaps the most intriguing scene is Clay having sex for the first time. He had it with Valerie Diaz, the sheriff’s daughter, at the “Find your Drink” party. It was interesting to see that a shy boy like Jansen has finally it. Or maybe they want to show that he has been mature now.
The horrifying scene to me is the blank shooting drill in the liberty high. I mean this is fucking insane how they portrayed it. Especially when those sophomore students have already gone through much.
If you have already watched the first 3 episodes than I am pretty sure you would be thinking that it has turned into some kind of a murder thriller. But you are wrong. This is the very reason that the show received numerous criticism.
Besides, in the last episode, it was revealed that Justin Foley contracted the HIV virus and developed AIDS. This has really angered the audience. Numerous fans took to twitter to elaborate their thoughts
According to me, they didn’t even have any plot or they didn’t know how to end it gracefully. Anyway, after binge-watching all the 10 episodes, I literally thought I wasted my time. Nonetheless, I will give them credit to hook up the viewers until the very end of the murder mystery game. And of course, the first season was perfect for the teen drama series.
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