What The World Wants From Netflix’s 13 Reasons Why Season 3

The controversially revolutionary series 13 Reasons Why is due for its Season 3 in 2019. The series raised a storm when it premiered in 2017. By far, it is one of the most complicatedly loved series of media giant Netflix. The series features the lifestyle of teenagers who go through abhorrent, atrocious situations and deeds in their life. From Bullying to Beating to the Non-consensual act of Sexuality to Suicide, 13 Reasons Why undoubtedly introduced the dark side of a teenagers’ life in front of the whole world.

However, the series got a bit derailed in its second season. The show moved a bit towards the positive in Hannah Baker’s Life with the Negativity continuing with other teenagers. The second season, in a manner also depicted the law in a weak taste, and indeed, it hurt the fans’ that Hannah didn’t have the justice she deserved.

Waiting for a whole year, thinking that Season 2 will define the way things should lead after such acts of brutality; 13 Reasons Why Season 2 disappointed a lot. Well, the story moved on in a manner that nothing can be done for Hannah now, and pursued further on the story of Tyler. This was the point where 13 Reasons Why ended up as a commercial commodity. Undoubtedly, the story-line was made for another season.

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Being a series that depicts such a sensitive and emotionally valuable topic should have worked more carefully on its plot. The series inflicted the victims helpless in Season 2, and that could have lowered the moral and faith of many people across the globe.

13 Reasons Why was not a commercial, drama series, who should have gone for seasons after seasons just because it became popular and got numbers (Which Netflix truly love). The series should have depicted a better arc. It should not have moved on to the next story which can give them another season.

13 Reasons Why Season 3 should dig deep into the lives of all the major characters. They should reveal the real emotions of everyone, that anger, that frustration, that helplessness should be more real than being dramatic. All in all, 13 Reasons Why Season 3 should present a plot that the world could relate in a much more sensible way. The series doesn’t need to be brutal all the time.

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Moreover, the series doesn’t need to show more brutality, just for getting more audience. What it needs is the less climactic depiction of the evil in our society. It certainly has lost its path with Season 2. Although, we hope 13 Reasons Why Season 3 will mark the ‘Homecoming of Reality.’

Well, in 13 Reasons Why Seasons 3, we might want to hold on to the story of Tyler, his emotions, his battle against this cruelty and should not pursue the consequences the protagonist Clay Jensen, or the school will face. What 13 Reasons Why Season 3 needs is a backbone. They have to depict the more acceptable reality. They have to join the ends of the story. They have to give Season 3 an unbiased scenario that the teenagers of the world can believe.

13 Reasons Why is based on one of the most delicate plots. The whole world has an eye for what’s coming with 13 Reasons Why Season 3. The show has a massive fan base among teenagers. In a manner, the series gave the strength to many teenagers to come out with their story about the harsh world they are dealing with. But it has to stop pursuing the drama. It’s every viewer has a special place for this series in their heart, and thus it has an impact on those people’s lives. There are hopes that 13 Reasons Why Season 3 will be lesser drama and more reality! It is the need! It is the need in the lives they don’t know about!

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