13 Reasons Why is the premise of the Netflix original series. Produced by Selena Gómez, who also performed the song “Only You” to score the episodes. This series is an American drama developed by Brian Yorkey. It’s an incredible show. Of course, it’s not meant for people who are suicidal or could be triggered in any way, but the warnings clearly explain that they include crisis resources too. It’s based on the best-selling book by Jay Asher, having the same name as the series.
The series reflects despair, helplessness, and loneliness – a part of a silent war experienced by a 17-year-old girl. A young woman who decides to end her life, and the only way to unravel the mystery is by putting play. The performances are worth mentioning because very strong scenes are carried out in the frame, violations, for example, which could even break actors with longer trajectories.
13 Reasons Why – Season 1
The first season of 13 Reasons Why follows teenager Clay Jensen. As he returns home from school and finds a mysterious box with his name on it lying on his porch. Inmost, he discovers a group of cassette tapes recorded by Hannah Baker, his classmate, and crush, who tragically committed suicide two weeks earlier. Through the tapes, Hannah unfolds an emotional audio diary; detailing the thirteen reasons behind her suicide. Through Hannah and Clay’s dual narratives, 13 Reasons Why weaves an intricate and heartrending story of confusion and desperation that will deeply affect viewers.
13 Reasons Why – Season 2
The second season of this series shows how Liberty High students deal with the aftermath of Hannah’s death. Also, it portrays their traumas and how they try to move on with their lives. The primary focus is the Bakers’ (Kate Walsh and Brian d’Arcy James) lawsuit against the school, which claims Liberty turned a blind eye to the bullying Hannah faced and failed to respond to the warning signs of her suicidal ideation.
Meanwhile, Clay and his classmates have another mystery to solve. When mysterious Polaroid pictures surface, it suggests (spoiler alert!) the school’s baseball team is responsible for serial sexual assaults.
13 Reasons Why – Season 3
The story continues eight months after preventing Tyler Down from committing an unthinkable act at Spring Fling. Clay Jensen, Tony Padilla, Jessica Davis, Alex Standall, Justin Foley, and Zach Dempsey find ways to shoulder the burden of the cover-up together while helping Tyler move towards recovery. Also, in this season, Tony is faced with the realization that his family has been abruptly deported from the US. It was revealed during his testimonial in the Hannah Baker case. Bryce Walker’s family dig into his past and discovers that his family was not legally from the US.
13 Reasons Why – Season 4
In the series’ final season, Liberty High School’s Senior Class prepares for graduation. Before saying their final goodbyes, they’ll have to keep a dangerous secret buried and make heartbreaking choices that could impact their futures forever. All the questions will be answered in this finale.
Was it all worth it in the end ?
After four seasons, 13 Reasons Why came to an end. In the end, it was all worth it as there were no more mysteries left unsolved. In addition, all the characters get away with what they have done.
Furthermore, we finally know what the future holds for the teens of Liberty High School. Clay is going to Brown! Justin was suffering from HIV. Since it was left untreated, it turned into AIDS, which ultimately killed him. In the finale, Clay and his parents surround Justin’s hospital bed as he takes his last breaths. Alex was not only named prom king, but he’s happily dating Charlie and going to attend Berkeley in the fall.
Tyler is also going to Berkeley because he invites Alex to carpool with him to Liberty football games next year. Zach gets a job offer for coaching the football team at Liberty but later reveals that he’s going to be studying music. Tony leaves his shop because he has a full ride to the University of Nevada, where he’ll put his boxing skills to good use.
13 Reasons Why is a recommended series. The premise of 13 Reasons Why is indeed grim. This is an addictive, immersive show that comes with the standard Netflix flaws; the story gets bloated halfway through the 13-episode season, which tends to happen with shows built for binge-watching but also manages its grim material with elegance and nuance. Netflix proves once again that having a good story, good writers, and great performances can present high-quality work.