After Netflix’s 13 Reasons Why TV series hit streaming services last month, everyone’s been talking about it and has received predominantly favorable reviews.
The series was based on a popular young adult novel by Jay Asher and has none other than Selena Gomez, as the executive producer.
It stars Australian actress Katherine Langford as Hannah Baker, a high school student who took her own life before the series begins.
Over 13 episodes, she explains why she committed suicide and viewers look back at her life at her point of view.
Hannah leaves a set of tapes for people that have hurt her and—one episode reveals graphic details of her suicide.
Clay played by Dylan Minnette, also make his major-on screen debut who will be the main narrator of Hannah’s story, he is Hannah’s classmate and co-worker who receives 13 cassette tapes detailing the reasons Hannah killed herself.
And, the thing is he never got to tell Hannah that he loved her.
At the end of the series, it leaves you wanting more for answers.
No one knows yet whether there will be a series two, however, Katherine Langford has hinted that we may not have seen the last of 13 Reasons Why.
Together with the popularity of the series comes warnings and fears over the show’s confronting graphic messaging and imagery of suicide method that could lead to same attempts in real life.
We can say that 13 Reasons Why is not for faint-hearted as it delivers a very powerful message about the consequences or the results of a teenager’s suicide.
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DID YOU KNOW THAT— 13 Reasons Why was originally set to be a film released by Universal Pictures but Netflix had it in late 2015 and adapted it.