The final season of 13 Reasons why has been under progress and recent news of Veteran actor Gary Sinise being brought in to facilitate the healing process of the show has hit the roof sky high. He is said to have been signed up for the fourth and final season.
Season 2 ended, and Season 3 progressed with the mystery of Bryce Walker’s murder, reaching the end of its investigation. The final season is said to showcase the core cast’s graduation from Liberty High and should hit screens by 2020.
The former CSI alum is said to be playing the role of Dr. Robert Ellman, who was to help Clay Jensen battle anxiety, depression, and grief. Ellman guides Clay steadfastly to find the acceptance he needs. The actor has formerly starred as Detective Mac Taylor in CSI: NY and on Beyond Borders, which lasted for a bare minimum of 2 seasons.
He is well known for his role in the critically acclaimed film Forest Gump playing the character of Lt.Dan Taylor. He also received an Academy Award nomination for Best Supporting Actor for the same. He also played a significant role as Ken Mattingly in Apollo 13.
Fans have shown a certain hesitation towards the promotion of therapy through the show as it is not a feature available to people across the world. In most third world nations, it is also considered to be a taboo subject. But this only projects the stigma associated with disturbances of the mind, which is situated in the hearts of many, and hence, there is also supporting towards the general spread of awareness on the help available.
As of now, great anticipation surrounds the final season, and it remains to be seen how much of justice can Sinise do to the role offered to him.