Netflix has officially renewed 13 Reasons Why for a third season, and in response to that what we’re seeing is somewhat different than the norm: A mixed reaction.
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After spending a good bit of time raising questions as to whether or not 13 Reasons Why really needed a third season, Netflix is clearing making their own thoughts clear on the subject.
At the moment, there still remains plenty of questions as to whether or not there will be a 13 Reasons Why season 3. We understand that there may be a desire in some ways for more, but there are also some issues holding it back.
While Netflix does not officially release ratings information for any of its shows, we do have some of the first 13 Reasons Why season 2 ratings — and, in turn, we do have more of a sense as to why the show is discussed as much as it is.
The idea of Katherine Langford leaving 13 Reasons Why is one that makes sense for a number of different reasons, and now, the news of her exit seems to be more or less official.
Are we going to see less of Katherine Langford as Hannah on 13 Reasons Why season 3, provided of course that happens? Based on most indications we have, it certainly feels that way.
Following Friday night’s season 2 premiere, will a 13 Reasons Why season 3 renewal happen at Netflix? This is certainly a question that is worth wondering on this particular occasion.
Are you ready to find out the 13 Reasons Why season 2 premiere date on Netflix? If so, we come bearing great news!
When 13 Reasons Why season 2 premieres on Netflix later this year, it will do so with a new introduction helping to better offer support for those who could need it both before, during, and after the series.
Will 13 Reasons Why season 2 be impacted at all by some conduct allegations being fired against the book’s author in Jay Asher. It doesn’t seem that way, at least based on some of the information that we have right now.