13 REASONS Why star Devin Druid has teased a ‘traumatising’ comeuppance for Tyler ‘threatening everything he worked for’ in season four.
The 22-year-old actor plays the high schooler in the hit Netflix series, which dropped its fourth and final season today.
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Devin revealed the series will be a bit different to previous ones as the characters will deal with their trauma and secrets rather than focusing on a 'central catalyst' that would dictate their subsequent actions.
He told TVLine: "The story comes from how they react to all of that. So it kind of goes the opposite way, which I think is really fun."
Things aren't so fun for his character Tyler though, as he waits to see if his past and bringing an assault rifle to the season two dance will catch up with him.
Devin said: "We did see those guns being pulled out of the water at the end of season three.
"If something like that were to get brought back into play, that would certainly be traumatizing for Tyler.
"It would also threaten everything he has worked on and built towards in order to make things right."
Meanwhile the show's boss Brian Yorkey recently revealed why the show was coming to an end with season four.
He explained: It felt like bringing these characters to their graduation and to scattering to their next things felt like the logical ending point.
"So for a long time, the idea has been, should we be so lucky to have the opportunity, we would do four seasons of this.
"So certainly going into season four, we knew it was the end."
Brian also ruled out any spin-off shows, adding: "I'd be very interested to see how some of these characters do at college but I love the idea also of leaving that up to all of our imaginations."
Season four of 13 Reasons Why is available to watch on Netflix now.
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