A lot of fans weren't impressed with the show as a whole.
The first two seasons depicted what can be some of the worst outcomes to come from bullying and assault.
It was more straight forward... There are consequences to people's actions, which can lead to something as horrendous as suicide.
However, the new season challenged peoples thoughts in a way that they might not have wanted to be challenged.
When the first trailer for season three was released, people were VERY happy that Bryce had gotten what he deserved: death.
But the season went on to show that Bryce had accepted who he was, and was doing whatever he could to change.
“He’s a f*cking person, okay? And now he’s dead,” an angry Justin said in the season, but Hannah Baker's mum said it best when she returned at the end of the season. Where was this energy from the police, who were doing SO much to find Bryce's killer, when her daughter committed suicide?
A new character to the scene was Ani (Grace Saif), who was the only one who seemed to be on Bryce's side, which angered a lot of fans.
So much so that the actress quit all social media after the season was released on Netflix.
But when it came down to it, Bryce's 'true' character came out right before he was murdered. No matter how much he tried to prove he was changing, he threatened Zach Dempsey (Ross Butler), which led to Alex essentially drowning, and murdering Bryce.
It was a confusing but thought-provoking season, and while a lot of people didn't think that Bryce deserved any form of empathy from viewers, others were satisfied with how it panned out.
Bryce 'dying' seemed to be a worthy price for him to pay after the crimes he committed, but after watching the season, it's clear that things will never be that black and white.
Bryce was a rapist who did inexcusable things, but feeling empathetic for him was one of the goals that came from the clever editing.
Jessica Davis's character (Aleisha Boe) had to accept that her rapist would now be remembered now a teenager who got murdered, not the boy who raped and nearly destroyed her life.
Is that fair? It's not a question we can really answer.
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