Should they start their own reality series? With the season 4 premiere date just around the corner, fans are preparing to say goodbye to the characters they’ve been following since 2017. Although the show is coming to an end, the 13 Reasons Why cast aren’t leaving the entertainment scene anytime soon.\nThe release date was recently released in a video that also showed the cast and crews emotional farewell to the show and one another, and now it’s the audience’s turn.\nIn addition to it being the final season, the actors have teased that the new episodes will feature some of the most shocking storylines yet.\nWhile you’re preparing to find out what the endgame of your favourite characters are, it might be comforting to know you still have plenty of content from the cast being released this year. From upcoming movies, shows, and even music videos you’ll still be able to watch your faves killing it on screen.\nDylan Minnette\nView this post on Instagram new @wallowsmusic video for ‘OK’ out now on youtube/in bio. hope ya have as much fun watching as we did making it🍔 A post shared by Dylan Minnette (@dylanminnette) on Apr 8, 2020 at 4:38pm PDT\nDylan Minnette, also known as Clay Jensen, has been carrying the series as the main character since season 1. According to his IMDb, he’s been spending a lot of time working on projects with his band Wallows since wrapping the series.\nAlong with some original music, he’s released 3 music videos in 2020 already.\nAlisha Boe\nView this post on Instagram Jess A post shared by alisha ilhaan bø (@alishaboe) on Jun 26, 2019 at 7:18pm PDT\nYou may know this OG cast member best as Jessica Davis but in her new film, The Naked Man, Alisha Boe will be playing Molly. The movie is currently in post-production with no set release date.\nBrandon Flynn\nView this post on Instagram We can’t control much, But we have the ability to activate the small things we can. Social distancing is a great example of something that may feel very small but can save lives. When we place our ego on it, that’s when we fall into our anxieties and our fears... that’s ok. We should be aware of our anxieties and fears. We have the time To work through those, be with ourselves, figure out solutions, pause and build A relationship with life and our purpose. Our needs. Our desires. It’s time we don’t normally give ourselves or receive. It’s scary to be alone, it’s scary to be confused, it’s scary to not be in control... that’s life, I think. We are hearing so much in the media and through our communities; the reality is people are going to deal with difficulties, they will not be working and making an income, they will be far removed from Family and loved ones, they will get sick, they will struggle to feel a part of something, they will feel overwhelmed with not feeling needed, they will be scared of lack of information and ignorance, they will feel selfish... the world has faced difficulties before, people have asked these questions for centuries, we’ve moved through and made it out of the other side and the world has kept on. I don’t say this to minimize the situation. There are solutions and there is time to gather the information we need to make decisions based on these queries. How beautiful to think that maybe we will come Out of this feeling better about ourselves, that we may have given Earth a slight reset and have helped build her immune system, that we have maybe saved lives by taking time away from our normal manic mayhem, that we are getting to witness the world coming together for a greater good; something we take advantage of most days. I’m just trying to offer some peace, trying to stay informed and practical. The truth is, none of these are my original thoughts; I have been utilizing this time To reach out and listen and these are the worries and concerns of myself And others and our unified pondering on remaining calm And informed and active in a still state. Think, what can we do for our brains, our bodies, our spirit, and for someone else... A post shared by Brandon Flynn (@flynnagin11) on Mar 16, 2020 at 10:01am PDT\nBrandon Flynn also has an upcoming film in the works titled Looks That Kill. He’ll play Max Richards in the comedy set to be released June 19.\nRoss Butler\nView this post on Instagram Am I winking? Not sure. Looks like I could be, but it also looks like I could just be an asymmetrical blinker. Or I'm slightly poking my own eye out but had to keep it together for the shot. Let's go with winking and a basic caption: "here's lookin at you, kid." Yeah that works. @samdameshek w the cam 📸 @nathanwolf w the side fade ✂️ @doll.pop w the threads 👕 A post shared by Ross Butler (@rossbutler) on Mar 8, 2020 at 12:05pm PDT\nRoss Butler has had quite the run in the past few years. Apart from 13 Reasons Why he’s starred in huge films like Shazam! and To All the Boys I’ve Loved Before.\nWhile there’s been no news on whether he’ll be featured in either of those sequels, his new series Swimming with Sharks is currently in post-production with a release date of sometime in 2020.\nDevin Druid\nView this post on Instagram "A drink, for the horror that I'm in. For the good guys and the bad guys. For the monsters that I've been." that's a wrap for me on #ThePaleDoor it's been an honor to work with such talented actors, and a dedicated crew of kind, hard working people who have pushed through everything Oklahoma could throw at us. thank you @aaronbkoontz and @paperstreetpictures for giving me the opportunity to bring Jake Dalton to life. A post shared by devindruid- (@devindruid) on Jun 19, 2019 at 12:57pm PDT\nDevin Druid has had a busy 2020. According to IMDb, the actor has four films slated to be released this year, Greyhound, The Pale Door, Jelly, and Close Before Midnight.\nKatherine Langford\nView this post on Instagram sneak peak of Nimue 🗡 A post shared by KATHERINE LANGFORD (@katherinelangford) on Jun 1, 2019 at 11:54am PDT\nAlthough Katherine Langford has been missing from screens since her departure from the show in season 2, she’s making her Netflix comeback!\nShe’ll be starring in the new series Cursed that will begin streaming on the platform in summer 2020.