13 Reasons Why S1 [Series Review]

Follows teenager Clay Jensen, in his quest to uncover the story behind his classmate and crush, Hannah, and her decision to end her life.

I will give you many reasons why you should watch this Netflix series. 13 Reasons Why is based on a Best Selling Novel. what can I say I saw the series in one day because I got hooked on the story and why and how all these teenagers were part of a girl’s suicide.

In the series you will get in the first five episodes like if it was a PSA series but when the tides change in episode six when things turn to the main character Clay trying to figure out what did he do to Hannah Baker. Besides the fact that in the series we touch on the story behind every character involved in the situation.

One of the things that I most like about the series is that we actually see all the problems that each one of these teenagers passes in their household and everything that they did to hurt Hannah Baker. We see in the series how hard it can be for a teenager in high school. Many people say that we don’t see Hannah getting depressed, but I defer we do see her in many scenes that she is Vulnerable and down especially when you hear her talk in the tapes.

This series touches on many things that happen in the daily life of some teenagers and it’s not easy. We see that some characters on the series are going through a lot and it’s not easy for them to have some tapes expose them for who they truly are. Seeing the development of all the characters and the main character grow in the situation is amazing in this series.

Things that I would have added to the series is more scene on Hannah showing off how she was feeling down or thoughtful about all the things that were happening to her. The touch of the rape scene was very graphic but it shows the viewers that these things can actually happen to someone. I just hope in my opinion that they don’t make a second season and if they do try to maintain the same style of writing that they made in the first season.


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