The controversial series has come to an end and, as before, we’re promised some sort of secret which could derail what progress some have made, or attempted to.
Season 3 of 13 Reasons Why questions whether a serial rapist, and someone who nearly shot up a school, not only deserve to be redeemed but can be.
Season 2 of 13 Reasons Why continues to push the TV landscape and harness the types of stories and visuals only seen in indie movies. Giving a sometimes too raw, to the point of seeming for the sake of dramatics, story.
Sometimes there isn’t a victory, perhaps not a redemption story like we see in movies, and there is just life. Something which, for one character, has made them decide to do the opposite of Hannah.
Both sides have made their points, witnesses have been run through and final statements have been given. It’s time for the verdict.
Once again Clay is at a breaking point as Bryce takes the stand and remixes what happened between him and Hannah.
As Tony reveals how he owed Hannah, and what pushed him to circulate the tapes, Clay enters the clubhouse and makes some discoveries.
It’s Mr. Porter’s turn to take the stand and with him being guilt-racked, he runs through what he wished he did.
As Olivia and Andy take the stand, and everyone deals with the tapes coming out, we get an update on Skye.
Desperate times call for desperate measures as Clay fails to do much for Hannah on the stand and there are multiple incidents at Alex’s birthday party.
As Zach reveals there was more to his relationship with Hannah, Clay deals with the fantasy in his head of who Hannah was not matching up with reality.
As Ryan takes the stand, we learn more about his relationship with Hannah. Alongside seeing Alex and Jessica try to retain some sense of normalcy.
It’s Marcus’ turn on the stand and with him supporting Sonya’s goals, unlike everyone else he lies. All the while the alliance against Bryce grows stronger.
It’s Jessica’s turn to hit the stand as Sonya breaks her down, Clay tries to figure a way for Bryce to be in Sonya and Dennis’ crosshairs for a rape charge.
Clay is losing his mind. He is seeing images of a dead Hannah, hearing things, and not in the privacy of his room but in public. The guilt is weighing on him so much he turns back into a vigilante and seemingly is ready for the truth to be revealed. Trigger Warning(s) Image of Hannah…
As it becomes established that the series’ goal is fleshing out other people perspectives and how they are dealing with Hannah’s death, much less the tapes, you learn to appreciate the changes.
In this post, you will find a collection of quotes from the Thirteen Reasons Why (Th1rteen R3asons Why or 13 Reasons Why) franchise. I hope you’ll enjoy what you find.
Through 13 Reasons Why, you get to understand both the cause and effect a person’s suicide has. As well as how and why some may consider it selfish, as well as why others considering it the last, and eventually only, solution.
With a different reunion host comes a different perspective and line of questions, but the same, if not bigger, drama than we’ve seen before.
In what hopefully is just the season finale, not series finale, Shuichi gets a glimpse of his past and encounters the only one who can provide answers: Elena.
For those who like violence, with a touch of comedy, “Why Don’t You Just Die” was made for your viewing pleasure
In an episode mostly dedicated to Morgan, and Shaun getting Carly to orgasm, we finally get to understand why she was formerly so caustic.
One after another, people question what if Tyler is capable of as they learn Bryce was shot. Which leads to us seeing them ask about the night of the Spring Fling.
Jessica reclaims her pleasure, and we see everyone scramble as Bryce’s body being discovered causes issues.
A new girl, Bryce missing, and everyone monitoring Tyler to make sure he doesn’t pick up a gun again – It’s all just another season of 13 Reasons Why.
Marty FINALLY interacts, in person, with Buffy! Also, Andi and Cyrus experience major disappointments.
The season comes to an end by having a soft reboot. One which allows a new threat to get every Greenleaf’s undivided attention.
Jada continues to demystify herself and her family as she works through her old ways of thinking head on. This time with Leah Remini.
Can a show jump the shark in its first season? Such needs to be asked considering what Patty does this time to escalate the show’s drama.
With book writer Jay Asher not involved in [tooltips keyword=’season 2′ content = ‘Due to sexual misconduct allegations’] 13 Reasons Why enters a new stage. One which seems ready to make Hannah less of a victim.
As Shaun, annoyingly, points out the obvious and shows his own bias, Claire decides to pursue Dr. Coyle being properly punished.
Gina opens herself up to us a little bit as the show makes it clear that we won’t see El Dorado anytime soon.
Darla’s parents come about and like when Lorna came to Louisiana, we are led to believe everything we were told is not true.
And so the season comes to an end with Sophia’s career at a high and her personal life at a low.
You know, when anything is a hit people feel the need to jump on it and scrutinize it. Now, as I hope you see with this website, not all scrutiny and criticism comes from people making rash opinions but informed ones. Those of which come from a place that reminds us that not all entertainment…
Thirteen Reasons Why: Season 1 sets an almost impossible standard for what may follow. For YA novels, Netflix has presented an adaptation which is no holds barred and barely snips away at anything. In fact, it does what many don’t think to do. It fleshes out the characters who we heard about in the books, and makes…
As the show continues, it becomes more difficult to remain loyal to Hannah and demonize the people who contributed to her demise.
Though there are a few minor changes, mostly which are understandable, Thirteen Reasons Why starts off with things being very close to the book. Well, with the exception of us getting to experience Hannah with our own eyes and perhaps Clay not being as much of a saint.
When I originally read Thirteen Reasons Why it was 2012. I just discovered who John Green was, at the time, and with me consuming his books, one after the other, I wanted more YA novels to read. So I came across this book and with it noting, in the Amazon reviews, “Thriller-like pacing” and…