'13 Reasons Why' is making major changes to season two

25 March, 2018, 01:38 | Author: Rachel Mcdaniel
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The second season of 13 Reasons Why is going to be a little different than the first, but in the best, most responsible way possible.

And as such the cast are appearing in an introductory video - set to air before episodes of the controversial series - to warn potential viewers about its hard-hitting topics. The actors featured: Katherine Langford who plays Hannah Baker, Justin Prentice who plays Bryce Walker, Dylan Minnette who plays Clay Jensen and Alisha Boe who plays Jessica Davis.

In the video, the cast explains that the fictional show "tackles tough real world issues", adding that they hope the series helps viewers start a conversation.

"And if you ever feel you need someone to talk with, reach out to a parent, a friend, a school councilor, or an adult you trust, call a local helpline or go to 13ReasonsWhy.info", Minnette concludes.

Changes include the addition of a custom warning video that will play at the start of each season and more resources to help parents and teen viewers, according to a statement from Netflix posted online. Nearly instantly audiences decried the series' bold decision to show her suicide, and also voiced their worries that it might push young people who are already unstable to copy Hannah's actions.

Netflix's Vice President of Original Programming, Brian Wright, told INSIDER that Yorkey and the "13 Reasons Why" team were interested in exploring someone who was "marginalized" and "ostracized" in society.

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The study didn't prove a link between the show and actual suicides. Overall, the study found that the show "opened their eyes" about how people their age may be affected by depression.

You'll be able to watch the movies on Netflix Canada the same day as the UK. "I'm all about suicide prevention".

Following the results of a recent survey conducted with viewers of 13 Reasons Why, Netflix has revealed their planned inclusion of supportive messaging for future episodes, The Hollywood Reporter reports.

The trailer does a decent jobs setting up the circumstances of the story, and it offers some chilling (and chilly) glimpses at a desolate Scandinavian world, but the official synopsis offers more details as to what the series is actually about.

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