The second season of the tienerdrama 13 Reasons Why is since Friday to watch it on Netflix. Seen about the first season quite a lot of fuss has arisen because of the subject of suicide and the explicit images, it shows the streaming service now has a warning that it may not be a good idea to do the series without guidance.
13 Reasons Why tells the story of 17-year-old Hannah Baker, played by Katherine Langford, who through thirteen tapes to let you know why she committed suicide. Critci found that the creators of the subject have romanticized. In addition, the conscious zelfmoordscène explicitly shown, and would be the series people on ideas.
To further fuss to avoid, Netflix decided a warning displayed at the beginning of the new season: “13 Reasons Why is a fictional series about difficult, real-world problems including sexual abuse, drug abuse, suicide and more. Through these topics to the spotlight, we hope viewers talking. But if you own struggle, this series may not be suitable. Or check with an adult. If you need to talk, find a parent, friend, dean, or confidant. Call a helpline or go to 13ReasonsWhy.info. Because as soon as you is going to talk, it becomes easier.”
Each episode also ends with a read aloud, the repetition by one of the actors, which they refer to the website of the series for more info. Episodes in which sexual violence, drug use or weapons, prevent, get an extra warning at the beginning.
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