"13 Reasons Why" Season 4 managed to get one more controversial storyline in under the wire when Justin Foley went from being diagnosed with HIV to dying of AIDS-related complications within minutes.
"13 Reasons Why" has had a hefty body count through its four seasons, with the Netflix show tackling some controversial issues through characters' deaths.
The fourth and final season of the series returned to Netflix on June 5. Here's where things left off with the students of Liberty High.
"13 Reasons Why" Season 4 is coming to Netflix, with the final episodes of the teen drama arriving this June
The show's final season sees the characters reeling from decisions they made in Season 3.
The premiere seems to point fingers at Clay for Bryce's death for the murder of classmate and convicted rapist Bryce Walker.
Season 3's synopsis hints that the truth is going to come out after people at Liberty High have been keeping secrets, plotting revenge and lying to cover themselves.
"Their story isn't over," reads a tweet announcing that the controversial series will be back with a second season.
The students are taking cues from Hannah Baker, the fictional high schooler at the center of the "13 Reasons Why" book and episodes.