Warning: Spoilers for the previous season.
Netflix has released the trailer for the final season of 13 Reason Why before the TV series premieres on June 5.
The trailer focuses on the aftermath following Monty being framed for Bryce Walker's murder.
In the previous season, Clay and his friends concocted a cover-up for Alex after he killed Bryce.
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The group decided to pin it on Monty who was sent to prison for sexually assaulting Tyler and then died while inside — making him the perfect scapegoat.
The group thought they were going to get away it, but this season it looks like Winston - Monty's hookup and possible boyfriend - is determined to expose the gang for framing Monty.
Meanwhile, Clay is seeing a therapist — and dealing with some pretty horrific nightmares and possible hallucinations as he holds in secrets.
There are also scenes of Alex and Zach breaking into school, Jessica getting into a fight and Clay getting in another mysterious stand-off at gunpoint.
It also looks like Bryce and Monty are returning to the season in the form of flashbacks and delusions.
"Before they can say goodbye, the crew of friends will have to band together one last time to keep a dangerous secret buried, try to make peace with the past four years, and face final, heartbreaking choices that might alter their lives forever," Netflix wrote.
In an interview with Entertainment Weekly, showrunner Brian Yorkey confirmed that Clay's mental health was "very central" to this season's mysteries which eventually causes conflict between him and Tony.
"There's going to be a little bit of friction between Tony and Clay in a way that I think is going to be uncomfortable for those of us who love the Clay and Tony of it all," he said.
"But it's also really satisfying in the way we see the two of them work through it."
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