Reasons Why: Season Two? Book Author Weighs In on the Netflix Series
05:34, Apr 15, 2017
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It was bleak. It was dreary.
For as long as I can remember, compassion has never been considered as cool. In the end, Asher added that he would love to see it in the flesh if Season 2 will indeed be on small screens. Writing this makes my hands shake. Before she committed suicide, she made a set of cassette tapes detailing the 13 reasons she ended her life and arranged for them to be sent to the 13 people she blamed for her death. There are a few things that don't make a lot of sense, like changing a character's name from Jenny to Sheri or presenting a couple of the tapes in a different order, but the content of the stories Hannah tells remain relatively unchanged.
"13 Reasons Why" is a TV show adapted from the bestselling novel by Jay Asher. This wasn't what happened with us, though. We didn't have thirteen reasons, hell, we didn't even have one solid reason.
"But you need to be here if I'm going to tell my story". Teachers didn't sleep. We didn't do homework for a month.
The rape scenes are graphic but important, specifically the two ways the rape scenes go down. Will she face jail time?
Going through each episode really shows how rumors and cruel comments can damage someone even if you're unaware about how much hurt it can cause, with each episode getting darker and more disturbing as they go on and how it led Hannah to ending her own life.
It seems to be that the reason behind why this show is so intriguing is because everyone has gone through the high school stage.
READ: Television is a powerful art form but so are comics. Also, when people heard that the show will be produced by Selena Gomez, many got curious to watch it. There were over 3.5 million tweets-more than twice the number of tweets about Finding Cameron, the second most-tweeted-about show.
Clay and Alex are sitting on the bleachers of Liberty High. The situations have the feel of reality.
The show started off pretty slow and uninteresting for me. Not only did it prolong the emotional build-up that underscored Hannah and Clay's nearly love story, but it also gave Hannah a chance to finally have her voice heard. I love her. I miss her. Not only is it unique, in both the literal setup and that tapes are being used instead of an iPod or some other form of modern technology, but the setup allows the viewer to become a part of the story in a sense. However, I think in this interpretation of the novel the producers and director did a good job in establishing an overall point just as the book did. Each episode concerns a character who harmed her in some way or who could have helped her more. There are plenty of reasons why it shouldn't come back for a second season. Talk to them about Bluel's life and death.