13 reasons to show Why, warning trailer


Netflix, a warning trailer has unveiled his controversial series, 13 reason Why, prior to his second series.

In the video, cast members say the show “can’t be right” for the people struggling with issues such as sexual assault, suicide, or drug abuse.

It comes after mental health groups were under have concerns about how the card of self-murder shown in the first row.

The show tells the story of a US high-school student, takes her own life.

At the end of the Youtube post from Netflix

In the video, Katherine Langford, who is Hannah Baker – the student plays, kills himself – says: “By having a light on these difficult topics, we hope that our map can help to begin our viewers a conversation.”

Alisha Boe, who plays Jessica Davis, adds: “But if you are using these issues to fight, this series is not the right one for you.”

Dylan Minnette, who stars as Clay Jensen, says the spectator, if you feel you need someone to talk to, you should be “a parent, friend, school Counsellor or an adult you trust”.

The trailer will autoplay before the first episode of every series on Netflix.

13 reasons Why was praised for raising the awareness for the problems that young people face, including sexual assault and mental health.

But it has also generated controversy, to display the suicide of the main character, Hannah, is in the detail.


After the success of the series, Neflix and contract research, which it says found that “almost three-quarters of the teenage and young adult viewers said the show made them feel more comfortable, and processing of difficult issues”.

However, the study also found that parents felt that they wanted more resources of Netflix.

As a result, it is introduced, a discussion guide and telephone numbers of the mental health organisations on the official website.

Brian Wright, vice president of original series for Neflix, said: “The hope is that the steps that we now support more meaningful conversations as season two rolls later this year.”

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