Premiered: August 23, 2019
Starring: Dylan Minnette, Christian Navarro, Alisha Boe, Brandon Flynn, Justin Prentice, Miles Heizer, Ross Butler, Devin Druid, Amy Hargreaves, Grace Saif, Brenda Strong, Timothy Granaderos, Mark Pellegrino, Tyler Barnhardt, Deaken Bluman, Josh Hamilton, Michele Selene Ang, Steven Weber, Wilson Cruz, Ross Turner, Matthew Alan, Maria Dizzia, Gary Perez, Parminder Nagra, Anne Winters, Austin Aaron, Meredith Monroe, R.J. Brown, Bryce Cass, Chelsea Alden, Keon Motakhaveri, James Cretan, Mason Guccione, Bex Taylor-Klaus, Hart Denton, Nana Mensah, Benito Martinez, Marcus DeAnda, Raymond J. Barry, Yaya Gosselin, Christine Flores, Brandon Scott, Ron Rogge & Blake Webb
A new chapter in the life of Liberty High School starts and everyone becomes a suspect rather than a reason that the unthinkable happened.
Months after his attempted school shooting, Tyler (Devin Druid) is being watched over by his friends. When Bryce’s (Justin Prentice) body shows up dead, Clay (Dylan Minnette) becomes a main suspect, but no one is safe.
With Katherine Langford’s Hannah officially no longer appearing, Ani (Grace Saif) becomes her replacement. While she isn’t a bad character, she makes a mess of the storyline by constantly deceiving and hurting fan favorite characters.
Alisha Boe’s Jessica has a fantastic arc that plays well in the era of the MeToo movement with her fighting against the patriarchy that is trying to protect the late-Bryce even though he was a rapist.
Final say: Much stronger than its second season. ★★★★☆