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.
While this won’t go down as the best we’ve seen from Kevin Hart or Tiffany Haddish, comedy-wise, there is a deeper message which compensates for that.
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.
As Hannah establishes herself as the annoying voice in Clay’s head, Courtney takes the stand and you question if she may still to her lie or reveal the truth.
Thanks to some bizarre decisions, #RealityHigh loses the few things likable it had to utter and complete nonsense.