What Happened to 13 Reasons Why?

What happened to 13 reasons whyThe It failed its audience.

Drama based on netflix Jai AsherThe book of the same name had the first season to incite incidents leading up to Hannah Baker’s suicide.Catherine Langford), Followed and taped he left behind with his argument. Yes, it sparked controversy and dealt with taboo topics such as rape, violence and suicide, but at first it seemed 13 reasons why There was a ground story to tell. Was told to make

Until the second season. Then the third. And now the fourth and final season.

Warning for the final season, spoilers.

Instead of focusing on a story to tell, 13 Due to which Tried to tell them all. Is there a complete conspiracy to obey a rapist? done. Blame the victim? done. Try to make a statement about the redundancy and “elder brother” of parents in a school that has been home to too many problems at times? Happened in the fourth season.

13 reasons why American TV has a picture-perfect representation of the problem. Look at the original The Office From the UK – it ran for 12 episodes with two specials. Ricky Gervais And Stephen merchant It had a specific story to tell and wrapped. The American version ran for nine seasons, producing 201 episodes. Real House of cards In 1990 there was a four episode British episode. It became a six-season show in the US. American TV shows last as long as viewers leave with the story being told. 13 reasons why Was extended beyond belief, which was once a home for solid performances by young actors and was transformed into a rehearsal of shock and awe.

It almost seemed that after the show was called on its triggers and introduced to new warnings, the show’s producers decided to double it when they explored those themes to tell the story.

This is from a season one review published in March 2017: “What 13 episodes of one of the most realistic teen dramas to grace on TV. Rumors, cyberbullying and mystery peppers each episode. Hannah Baker’s slipping into the high school world so much It is easy, the audience is easily in Hannah’s shoes, in Mom’s shoes, in Clay shoes, in the world 13 reasons why. ”

Remember that series? It is difficult now.

Clay after the fourth season (Dylan Minnette) Buckle under the pressure of all secrets and cover ups. Bryce’s deathJustin prentice) And the subsequent murder of Monty (Timothy Granederos) Was particularly weighed on Bryce’s cover. Clay was responsible for terrorizing his friends on a camping trip and issuing vague threats about his past misdeeds, without remembering to do so. It was understandable whether or not the season was packed with everything possible, from stories coming out to school shooting drills to S.A.V.A. Team shooting vacant to terrorize students. It ended with Clay and smashing a police gun. One episode featured protests by students who turned into violent change with the police force. But just one episode after the students clashed with police, filmed well before the nationwide protests against police brutality and excessive force, there were jokes about the riots and everyone focused on prom.

Talk about whiplash.

because it is 13 reasons why And everything possible happened for Liberty High’s student body, the series finale graduation episode also introduced the HIV / AIDS story. Justin (Brandon Flynn) Contracted HIV, it quickly converted to AIDs and had only a few days to live. The character had previously abused intravenous drugs and traded sex for money while on the road. He had cleared his life and found a loving home with Clay’s family but did not graduate. The death was rightly criticized by the audience.

“Dear @ 13 Seasons: Your HIV / AIDS story line with Justin, a character with a truly redeemable arc on this show, would be a great opportunity to show HIV / AIDS that is not a death sentence in the 21st century.” Me. Endured a * lot * of unnecessary storylines and plots from this TV show. But it really bothers me. You had a real chance to express HIV / AIDS here in a real, honest and precise way. But y’all had to go. Unnecessarily once again for shock value, “Twitter user @ mbross44 shared.

As per the show’s tradition, Justin’s ghost appeared more often than Clay during high school graduation, including high school graduation, where he was roaming with Bryce’s ghost.

“You can love those who did bad – t. You can forgive people. Even the people who hurt you the most,” ghost Justin told Clay to hang out with Bryce. Told, a “friend” who gave just a little pain about every character on the show.

The show ended with a confident group burying Hannah Baker’s tape, and in one of the final scenes, Bryce’s ghost appeared to Jessica (Alisha Bo), Like telling of his influence. The true conversation between Jessica and Bryce gives Bryce the credit for building his friend group. Therefore, thanks to him and his heinous actions, for his attacks, Jessica, Clay and the rest of the group are all tied together.

The show promoted forgiveness, but lost its way in trying to revive every character. Do viewers really need to see Bryce, a crook who has already got his fair share of character rehab on the show, take the credit for forming a friend group? Did he have to show the audience, “See, can something good come from trauma?”

Instead of focusing on the original controversy, it is possible to deal with every topic rather than focusing on the plot of the original dispute. 13 reasons why Failed his audience.

If you or someone you know needs help, please call the National Suicide Prevention Lifeline at 1-800-273-TALK (8253).

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