Is it too early to talk about some early 13 Reasons Why season 4 premiere date speculation? We don’t think so! Remember that this is a show with one of the most passionate followings out there, and we’re sure that, at the time of this writing, there are already some people who are closing in on the end of this season.
(Sidebar: The only thing that surprises us about the 13 Reasons Why premiere date this year is that it wasn’t earlier in the summer, prior to the start of some people going back to high school. Maybe that’s a sign that this show really isn’t being made for them.)
If you’re wondering, let’s kick off this article with a reminder, first and foremost, that everyone should know already that there is a 13 Reasons Why season 4 coming to Netflix — but it’s going to be the final season. This was an announcement made earlier this summer and it’s one that makes sense. Obviously, this is one of Netflix’s most-successful shows and they would like to have it around for as long as possible. Yet, at the same time there are drawbacks to doing so, with the major one being the simple fact that it becomes unbelievable to have all of these characters in high school forever. There is only so long that this is going to be believable and you have to move forward with some of that in mind.
Our expectation is that 13 Reasons Why season 4 will be premiering on Netflix when we get around to summer/fall 2019, as we don’t think that it benefits the streaming service to force anyone to wait for too long. Because this is a show that is geared to a younger audience, the longer you wait basically means the higher the chances are that some of the viewers you’re trying to court are not around in order to enjoy the rest of the show.
Don’t expect any more news in regards to 13 Reasons Why and when it could premiere in the near future — Netflix tends to announce these things maybe a month or two ahead of time, as they have a system that works for them.
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