#13ReasonsWhy CANCELLED: Why has cancelled 13 Reasons Why after season ...

13 Reasons Why season four has already been confirmed by ahead of the third series’ release later this month. However, it’s not all good news for 13 Reasons Why fans as the fourth series will be the final ever run of the hard-hitting and at times controversial drama. With news of the cancellation putting a dampener on the upcoming season, fans are desperate to know why 13 Reasons Why has been cancelled.

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Why has 13 Reasons Why been cancelled?

WARNING: This article contains spoiler from 13 Reasons Why.

13 Reasons Why season four is already in production following its official renewal by .

While the season three promo dropped the major bombshell that Bryce Walker (played by Justin Prentice) had died, not many spoilers about the final 13 Reasons Why series are currently known.

The one major talking to take from the renewal, however, is the fact season four will be the very last of the series.

According to Deadline: “The fourth and final season of the Paramount Television and Anonymous Content drama will feature the core cast’s graduation from Liberty High with (Brian) Yorkey serving as showrunner, and executive producer alongside (Mandy) Teefey, (Kristel) Laiblin, (Selena) Gomez and (Joy) Gorman.”

provided the following statement regarding the decision to cancel the show.

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A spokesperson told Express.co.uk the reason for 13 Reasons Why ending is because: "Series four will feature the core cast's graduation from High School which will be a natural conclusion to the show."

Before 13 Reasons Why season four arrives, fans will get to binge the penultimate series.

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