Season three of 13 Reasons Why is a doozy. I lost count of how many times I yelled "What the f*ck?" at my TV screen, but I did, in fact, make it to the end of the season. Let me start by saying I truly enjoyed the book 13 Reasons Why and liked the first season of this show. It stuck close to the book and, while controversial, was the story I wanted. I could have done without a season two, which felt forced, or season three, which felt like a completely different story. This season, the Liberty High crew all became suspects in Bryce Walker's murder, until new kid Ani saves the day and gets everyone off scot-free.
The show went from painting Bryce as the ultimate villain to trying to make him seem like a decent guy in the wake of his death this season, which was my biggest head-scratcher. The show also introduced a character named Winston who seemed completely innocuous until the final few minutes of the season. Now, I'm left wondering if he is going to bring the whole thing down in the upcoming final season. I have a lot of lingering questions that I hope Netflix will answer - keep reading to see them all.