’13 Reasons Why’ Renewed for Season 3 at Netflix

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Netflix has renewed the hit drama for a 13-episode third season, slated to premiere next year, TVLine has learned. Season 1 was highly controversial due to its depictions of teen suicide, but was nevertheless praised by most critics.

Today, Netflix confirmed that 13 Reasons Why is confirmed to return for a third season.

A press release tells us that production on season 3 will begin this year, and that showrunner/creator Brian Yorkey will be back behind the scenes.

Thirteen new episodes will arrive in 2019. Actor Tyler Down, who portrays Devin Druid, feels that it's the show's "responsibility" to not "sugarcoat" or "censor" 13 Reasons Why.

Nicaragua violence leaves 15 dead
A recent report issued by Amnesty International described the government strategy for containing protests as "shoot to kill". Protests began in mid-April in response to changes to the social security system, but expanded to call for Ortega's exit.

Not returning, however, is Katherine Langford, who recently revealed that she's done telling Hannah Baker's story.

According to Deadline, the second season drew an average minute audience of 2.6 million in the US during the first three days.

Usually, there is about a year gap in between seasons of Netflix shows. The popular show has generated quite a bit of controversy over the course of its previous two seasons. The site teased a season three with an announcement video, which you can view now in the video player below!

Everything must be moving pretty smooth for Netflix to announce that 13 Reasons Why is coming back just 3 weeks after the 2nd Season premiered.

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