Well, it looks like Season 3 of 13 Reasons Why has a tentative release date! Actor Zack Prusak, who IMDb credits as portraying a “Jock” throughout all three seasons, took to social media on June 11 to announce that the third batch of episodes is premiering in October 2019.
“13 Reasons Why season 3. October 2019! Let’s go!” he wrote.
— Zach Prusak (@ZachPrusak) June 11, 2019
Now, it may seem a little odd that the news isn’t coming from the official Netflix or 13 Reasons Why accounts. However, the show did formally announce that the third season would premiere at some point in 2019 — so October sounds pretty convincing!
— 13 Reasons Why (@13ReasonsWhy) June 6, 2018
Fans of 13RW know that Season 2 ended on a whole bunch of cliffhangers. Well, leading actor Dylan Minnette previously spilled some major information about Season 3 on social media. While he has refrained from dropping any big spoilers, he did confirmed that the upcoming season will be — wait for it — the best one yet.
“i know i never really tweet about 13 reasons why but i gotta say some of these last few scripts of season 3 are the show’s best. alright that’s all,” the 22-year-old star wrote.
i know i never really tweet about 13 reasons why but i gotta say some of these last few scripts of season 3 are the show’s best. alright that’s all👋
— Dylan Minnette (@dylanminnette) January 8, 2019
The potential release date isn’t the only information that has leaked! Turns out, there are rumors that Hart Denton, AKA Chic in Riverdale, is starring in Season 3 of 13RW. You see, some eagle-eyed fans noticed that someone named Dalton Rondell was credited on IMDb as the 26-year-old star’s stunt double for the third season. While Hart has not confirmed or denied the news himself, we can only hope that the rumors are true!
We seriously hope this talk of an October 2019 release date gets confirmed soon — because TBH, we simply cannot take the anticipation for much longer!
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