OK, so we know Season 2 of 13 Reasons Why left fans of the series with a lot of cliffhangers — the biggest being that Clay was left outside of the high school dance holding a lethal weapon after talking Tyler out of committing a school shooting. We mean, what’s law enforcement going to think when they find Clay outside of the school holding a gun? What’s he going to tell police? Is he going to rat Tyler out? These are just some of the many questions we’ve had since watching the finale episode of Season 2, and while we still don’t have any answers, the star of the series, Dylan Minnettedid drop some vital information about Season 3 on Twitter.

That’s right, 13RW fans! Although Dylan, the actor who plays Clay Jensen in the hit Netflix series, normally stays extremely quiet about what fans can expect from the show, he did let us know the only thing that actually matters, which is that the upcoming season of the teen drama will be the best one yet.

In the tweet, the 22-year-old acknowledged the fact that he almost never gives out spoilers on social media, saying, “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.” OMG.

Of course, this still doesn’t answer any of our burning questions about what’s going to go down once the cops find Clay looking extremely guilty after trying to help Tyler make a clean break. But, while we’re absolutely freaking out about all of the possibilities, diehard fans of the series are just happy that Dyl spilled some sort of tea about what fans can expect from the future of the show.

One fan responded to his tweet saying, “HURRY UP THEN I NEED AN ACTUAL REASON TO CRY,” with another adding, “Great I can’t wait to cry endlessly again.” Too real.

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