The first season of 13 reasons why is still the best season of the show as far as I am concerned. A lot of people are of the opinion that the second season is needless; everything should have ended with the first season. If the mysteries that surrounded the death of Hannah have been revealed in the first season of the show, the show would have gotten more positive reviews.
The third season of the show has been reviewed by so many, and the succeeding episode was rightly placed. However, the first season comes with a lot of surprises, especially from episode one, which serves as the foundation for the whole story.
The first episode was rightly built up in a manner that would entice you to see the second season. The second season of the show did not come as expected. We can only hope for things to get better in the fourth season of the show.
As far as I'm concerned, I don't really like most of the characters in 13 Reasons Why. If you have watched it, then you should have an idea of what I mean. However, I think I will go for Tony Padilla as my favorite character in the series. I like him because he has a kind heart. He shows love and care in situations when others would have chosen otherwise. His type of love can be seen when he became a friend with Clay.
He also became with Hannah, and he didn't see it as an opportunity to harass her sexually even when others are doing so. He found himself guilty of Hannah's death even when he wasn't the actual killer. He also did everything he could to help Hannah's family ravel those that could be the reason for Hannah's death. Although, he did not want to hand over Hannah's tapes to her parents, he later handed it over to them with the belief it will help them find those who are responsible for Hannah's death.
The answer is yes. After the release of the third season of 13 Reasons Why Netflix has announced that there will be a fourth season and that it will be the final season of the show. 13 Reasons Why is a television series that tells the story of a high school girl, Hannah Beaker, who committed suicide, but before she died, she released some tapes which contain different mysteries and the reason why she took her own life.
When the second season of the show was released, people were so divided in their reviews of the second season. Some appreciated it, while some were of the opinion that the second season of the show is too weak. People also rated the third season very low when it came out. However, people are hoping that there would be an improvement in the fourth season. The fourth season is expected to have 13 episodes, just like the first three seasons.
13 Reasons why is a television series based on a novel written by Jay Asher, which was published in 2007. The story looks both fictional and real. The fact that the story has so many characters like Clay, Hannah, Ani, does not mean they exist in real life. It is actually a show which is produced to point people's attention to some social issues that are facing people, especially teenagers in society.
According to Jay Asher, he said the story was written based on some past incidents and various life experiences of things that have happened to him and things he has heard about, but he noted the various characters used in the story are not real. This means that though Hannah Beaker was used in the story, Hannah Beaker could be anybody who has experienced such a situation in the past or those who are currently experiencing it.
I think this question needs to be answered by properly considering the various intentions of the writer of the novel and the TV show. 13 Reasons why was written by Jay Asher to draw people's attention to the series of social issues like bullying, sexual assaults, which a lot of teenagers are passing through in society. I think children should be allowed to watch the show, although under proper guidance without considering the fact that the show contains graphic contents.
I actually don't see any sense in creating something when the real consumers are not allowed to use it. I see this show as a way of creating awareness to the parents about the various problems that are facing teenagers in high schools, and particularly in the society. However, if parents think 13 Reasons why it isn't appropriate for their children based on their developmental stage, then reading the novel should be highly recommended for them.
The scene of Hannah Baker killing herself is shown at the beginning of the series. Hannah Baker, who happens to be a 17-year-old schoolgirl, actually killed herself by slitting her very own wrist after suffering a whole lot of depression. The last experience she has that leads to the seeming end of life for her is her meeting with Mr. Porter, a school counselor, who tells her that she has just two options; either to reveal the name of the person that raped her, or she should move on with her life.
When she hears this, she goes on to get a park of blade forms a drug store that belongs to her parent; then, she makes her way home. When Hannah gets home, she goes straight to the bathtub and turns it on, and then she enters it with her dress. She uses the razor to slice deep into her wrist, and she bleeds to death.
The characters in the 13 Reasons Why series are Katherine Langford, who acted as Hannah Baker, Dylan Minnette as Clay Jensen, Christian Navarro as Tony, Ajiona Alexus as Sheri Holland, Brandon Larracuente as Jeff Atkins, Sosie Bacon as Skye Miller, Uriah Shelton as Pratters, Allison Miller as Sonya Stuhl, Amy Hargreaves as Lainie Jensen, Derek Luke as Mr. Porter, Kimiko Gelman as Vice-Principal Jane Childs, Jillian Nordby as Amanda K.
Cheerleader, Brian d’Arcy James as Andy Baker, Brandon Flynn as Justin, Parminder Nagra as Priya Singh, Kate Walsh as Mrs. Baker, Nina Cheek (Student 3), Sullivan Rutherford (Student 2), Michael Sadler (Student 1), Justin Prentice as Bryce, Kyra Cromwell as Cheerleader, Alisha Boe as Jessica, Devin Druid as Tyler, and Ross Butler as Zach. These listed above are the main characters in the 13 Reasons Why Series. There are some more characters in the movie series, but these are the ones that actually do feature most in the season movie.
If we are to base our judgment on the various societal issues treated in the third season of the 13 reasons why on the values and not the entertainment part of it, I think the third season of the TV series is okay. At least, the season was created to unravel the mystery behind social issues like bullying, abortion, sexual abuse, etc. However, aside from this, I think the third season of 13 reasons why it is a little bit boring. I believe if this series had stopped immediately after the completion of season one, it would have made more sense.
Some characters in the third season of the TV series are just annoying. For instance, Ani seems to know everything about her new school barely a few weeks after she moved from Britain to the United States. Within this time, she has managed to know everything about the death of Hannah Beaker. Although Ani can be described as a nosey person, that is not enough for her to have known most things about almost everybody in the school within that period of time.
To be frank, I can't advise anybody to watch 13 reasons why you can only be advised to watch it if you think everything I'm about to say about the show is a lie. I actually watched it because I wanted to be sure of the negative comments and reviews which I've read about the show. Honestly, the series started strongly with bad things happening around Clay.
How those mysterious things were presented looks very shallow to me, I think they should have done more on getting to the depth of those things and by coming up with stories that will interest you. Apart from the first episode of the series and the last episode of the first season, the rest of the episodes are just too weak. I personally expected the show to have ended with the first season, but I think the surprise or suspense that was built up in the last episode of the first season is what led to the creation of season 2.
It’s not dropping. You have misread the news. The only reason Netflix lost 24 bn$ is because they did not meet a targeted amount of subscribers. It’s just an unnecessary panic created by its shareholders.
To give you a brief account, Netflix had promised second quarterly goals of near 6 million subscribers to its shareholders. Unfortunately, the second quarter capped at around 5.1 million new subscribers. The current numbers indicate a 40% revenue increase when compared to the second quarter of the previous year. The revenue in the second quarter was around 2.9 bn$ instead of analyst predictions of 4bn$.
This caused an uproar among the shareholders and that is why Netflix’s market value dropped. Don’t worry, Netflix is still worth around 163 bn$. You can binge watch Stranger Things as much as you want. It’s not going anywhere.