SPOILER: Find out who killed Bryce in 13 Reasons Why

SPOILER: Find out who killed Bryce in 13 Reasons Why

SPOILER: Find out who killed Bryce in 13 Reasons Why
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The third season of 13 Reasons Why was released last Friday (23). Despite being popular, the series has received a lot of criticism and several people have stopped watching it, but even so they were not curious about the murder of Bryce Walker (Justin Prentice), announced by Netflix right in the trailer to try to get the public’s attention back. .

The new season addressed, over thirteen episodes, the lingering revelation of the mystery: who, after all, killed Bryce Walker? If you want to know, but do not want to watch the series, we bring you the answer:

Bryce Walker’s killer was Alex Standall, but he didn’t start it.

Zach has feelings for Chloe, Bryce’s ex-girlfriend, and welcomed her after she broke up with the boy at a very difficult time in her life. Upon discovering the approach of the two, Bryce attacks Zach in an act of jealousy and breaks his knee, having him undergo surgery on his leg that will keep him away from the next games.

Zach does not let the attack pass and goes to meet Bryce, fighting with him again and seriously injuring him: two legs and an arm were broken. Bryce’s cell phone is thrown away and he is left on the floor of a bridge, immobile from his injuries.

Shortly after Zach leaves, Jessica and Alex appear. Bryce asks them for help, but Jessica denies it – after all, he had raped her. Alex goes against Jesse’s negative looks and tries to help Bryce, but soon the boy is exalted saying that he would kill Zach. The threats don’t please Alex.

Frightened by the possibility that someone else might be hurt by Bryce, who doesn’t seem to have changed anything, Alex throws him off the bridge. Unable to move, Bryce falls into the river but is unable to swim and drowns.

All of this, however, is only revealed in the last episode of the series. If you didn’t want to watch the series, at least twelve hours were saved.

Read more about 13 Reasons Why at Cinema10.

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