Who’s Dating Who? Find Out Which ’13 Reasons Why’ Cast Members Are Single and Taken!

Over the past three years, 13 Reasons Why has become one of the most popular shows to ever air on Netflix — and it’s not hard to figure out why. The characters are relatable, the plot is interesting and the series opens up a dialogue about real issues. 

With four seasons totaling nearly 50 episodes, audiences have grown to love the actors who portray characters like Clay Jensen, Jessica Davis, Justin Foley, Hannah Baker and more. As a result, lots of fans have taken an interest in their personal lives as well, including their relationships. 

Similarly to other shows like Riverdale and Outer Banks, viewers are quick to ship actors on the show. In 2017, Brandon Flynn (who plays Justin Foley) and Miles Heizer (who plays Alex Standall) sparked dating humors after posting a bunch of cozy photos together on Instagram. 

While the pair would make an adorable couple, they’ve always kept things platonic. “Miles and Brandon are friends from the show but are not dating,” Brandon’s rep said in a statement at the time. 

Even if the pair had dated, it’s unlikely Brandon would have made it public. After all, the Florida native prefers to keep his love life low-key.

“It’s hard not to feel like something in my personal life is not being scandalized because that’s kind of the way it feels when you read headlines about yourself, especially when you read headlines that have this big bang to them,” he expressed to Variety in a 2019 interview. 

“It’s all just something to egg on some sort of rumor cycle that will just keep going around until you finally get something that will actually just make it all true or false,” Brandon continued. “So, it’s hard not to feel scandalized.”

Scroll through the gallery below to learn more about who the 13 Reasons Why cast is dating in real life — including Dylan Minnette, Alisha Boe, Katherine Langford, Ross Butler and more.

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