( PR4US.com | Press Release | 2020-05-28 01:32:59 )
FOR IMMEDIATE DISTRIBUTION: Anne Winters, iPOP Alum, Returns in “13 Reasons Why” Season 4 Trailer Debut
iPOP Alumni, Anne Winters, returns in the final season of 13 Reasons Why. The Netflix series aired the trailer for the conclusionary season last week. Fans of the acclaimed show, will see Anne and fellow cast members close out the final chapter on June 5.
This will mark the fourth and final season of the Selena Gomez produced series. In this season, according to Netflix, the tough choices and buried secrets are the ending focus. Stating, “Liberty High School’s senior class is preparing for graduation but will have to keep a secret buried and make tough choices that will impact their future forever.”
It was just last year, that the cast came together for a tearful final table read and emotional goodbyes. Along with Anne, the series finale will include, Dylan Minnette, Alisha Boes, Brandon Flynn, and other returning regulars
This has been a busy year for Anne, who will also make her debut on season 3 of The Orville. Originally from Dallas, TX, Anne began her path to stardom after attending iPOP LA. In 2018, Anne won an Emmy for her role in the Digital Daytime Drama Series, Zac and Mia, for Outstanding Lead Actress. She also appeared in Universal Picture’s 2018 comedy Night School, opposite Kevin Hart and Tiffany Haddish. She will next star in STX Films’ upcoming horror film Countdown, opposite Elizabeth Lail (You).
Anne is currently signed with The Gersh Agency and Brave Artists Management.
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