Netflix’s Original Series ’13 Reasons Why’ has become an instant success with just a week of release.
Based on the best-seller written by Jay Asher, the story follows a teenager named Hannah Baker (Katherine Langford) that recorded 13 tapes explaining, in each one of them, the reasons why she commits suicide.
A very close friend, Clay Jensen (Dylan Minnette,) will be the last person to receive the box with the tapes, and he’s going to fight against the ones that made Hannah’s life dark, and miserable.
Through the 13 chapters, you’re going to collect clue by clue, to finish the jigsaw and know the 13 Reasons Why Hannah decided to kill herself.
What You Need to Know
Dylan Minnette is just 20 years old *dead.* 🙃
Selena Gomez and her mom, Mandy Teefey, are both executive producers of the series.
On a recent interview, Gomez teased the possibility for a Season 2, which I consider fair because they left blank spaces such as the end of the trial, and the sort of road trip that Clay, Tony, his boyfriend (I can’t remember his name,) and Skye were on.
Also, I’m not sure if I was the only one, but from the very first moment, I knew that Alex Standall (Miles Heizer,) was gay in the real life.
What I didn’t saw coming was that Justin Foley (Brandon Flynn) was gay too, and they both were boyfriends.
Mindblowing, am I right?
The vibe of the soundtrack is really chill and goes along very well with the series.
Selena Gomez sings slowly and beautifully Yazoo’s ‘Only You,’ and an acoustic version of Kill Em With Kindness. Listen to both of them below!
Two words: Fancy and authentic AF. Take a look!
I’m not the person that watches a whole season in one night. I like to take my time because I can think peacefully about all the details and enjoy the series. But for 13 Reasons Why I spent a week watching it.
:) — In my opinion, 13 Reasons Why delivers a really powerful message. It’s so useless to take your life and feel that nobody cares about you. First, you need to love yourself and appreciate your surroundings.
“You’re not someone else’s opinion.” — Taylor Swift (2015)