Who made a comeback in the final season of 13 Reasons Why?
The fourth and final season of 13 Reasons Why has just dropped on Netflix. The series, which began in 2017, bids farewell to Clay Jensen (Dylan Minnette) and the other characters, as well as the setting of Liberty High.
In addition to Minnette, the show has regularly featured a large ensemble cast. A core group of characters have remained throughout all four seasons. Some, however, have come and gone.
Nonetheless, a number of familiar faces from past seasons made a comeback to send 13 Reasons Why off.
Brandon Butler reprised his role as Scott Reed, one of the jocks at Liberty High. Prior to his appearance in season four, Butler had not played Scott since season two.
Additionally, former tape subjects Ryan Shaver (Tommy Dorfman) and Courtney Crimsen (Michele Selene Ang) made a return. Ryan was absent in season three and Courtney’s role had been reduced. Regardless, the pair reunited with their friends at their graduation ceremony.
Formerly recurring character Chloe Rice (Anne Winters) also made a comeback. For those who don’t remember, she is the former girlfriend of Bryce Walker (Justin Prentice). Chloe is now close friends with Zach Dempsey (Ross Butler), having left Liberty High.
Usually, you can expect not to hear from the dead anymore. This, however, is not the case in 13 Reasons Why. Despite their respective deaths in season three, past villains Bryce Walker and Monty de la Cruz (Timothy Granaderos) continue to haunt Clay’s mind. In particular, they target Clay’s insecurities and his roles in their fates.
Clay assisted in covering up Bryce’s murder. He then helped pin the crime on Monty, who had been killed in prison.
Hannah Baker (Katherine Langford) also appeared in the finale. This was through the use of archival footage from season one, rather than new scenes.
Season 4 of 13 Reasons Why is streaming on Netflix.