#13ReasonsWhy trailer BREAKDOWN: What will happen in season 3?! ...

13 Reasons Why season three is just weeks away from its August 23 release and has released a new trailer to tease what’s in store. Featuring the likes of Clay Jensen (played by Dylan Minnette) and Alex Standall (Miles Heizer), the 13 Reasons Why promo drops a huge bombshell about the new season. Read on for the full trailer breakdown of 13 Reasons Why season three.

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WARNING: This article contains spoilers from 13 Reasons Why seasons 1-2.

13 Reasons Why returns with season three 15 months after the last series ended on .

Season three promises even more hard-hitting drama is on its way for Clay, Tony Padilla (Christian Navarro) and Jessica Davies (Alisha Boe) if the new trailer is anything to go by.

However, it’s Bryce Walker (Justin Prentice) who’s set to be centre of attention in the next season of 13 Reasons Why with his death seemingly confirmed in the trailer for the new series.

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The 13 Reasons Why season three trailer opens on Deputy Standall (Mark Pellegrino) examining a crime scene.

It isn’t made clear exactly who is at the centre of the crime as the promo begins but the action soon cuts to Tony, Tyler Down (Devin Druid) and Justin Foley (Brandon Flynn) closing the boot of an empty car.

As the drama unfolds on-screen, a voiceover says: “Deputy Standall, here’s the thing about the kids at Liberty High – they’re connected by their secrets.”

The trailer then cuts to a panicked Zach Dempsey (Ross Butler) and Chloe Rice (Anne Winters) sitting in the stands of Liberty High.

Before long, the ante is upped as

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