★ 13 Reasons Why
13 reasons why the American teen web drama television series, originally developed for Netflix as a limited series Brian-Yorkey, based on the eponymous 2007 novel Thirteen reasons why by Jay Asher. The series revolves around a seventeen year old high school student clay Jensen and his late friend Hannah Baker who takes her own life after having to deal with the culture of gossip, bullying and sexual violence at her high school and the lack of support from her friends, her family and school. A box of tapes recorded by Hannah in the weeks preceding her suicide detail why she decided to commit suicide. The series is produced with July Moon productions, kicked to the curb productions, anonymous content and Paramount TV, with Yorke and son of Diana serving as showrunners.
Dylan Minnette stars as clay Jensen, while Catherine Langford is playing Hannah Baker. Christian Navarro, Alicia boe, Brandon Flynn, Justin Prentice, miles heizer, Ross Butler, Devin Druid, Amy Hargreaves, Derek Luke, Kate Walsh, Brian Darcy James and Star. The film from universal pictures based on thirteen reasons why the development began in February 2011, Selena Gomez set to star as Hannah, before to be postponed in favor of the series and Netflix order adaptation in a limited edition in October 2015, with Gomes is serving as Executive producer.
The first season started as the original series was released on Netflix on March 31, 2017. It received positive reviews from critics and viewers who praised its object and responsibilities, in particular the statements of Minnette and Langford. For her performance, Langford was nominated for a Golden globe for Best actress in a drama series. However, his graphic depiction of such problems as suicide and rape, along with other Mature content has caused concern among professionals in the field of mental health. In response, Netflix added a warning, and since March, 2018 on the video that plays at the beginning of each season warning the audience about their topic. In July 2019, Netflix cut out the suicide scene in the final episode of the first season.
Despite the fact that initially produced and marketed as a series, due to the success of the first 13 episodes on Netflix resumed 13 reasons why for a second season in may 2017, with the start of filming next month and came to the conclusion that Dec. The second season was released on may 18, 2018, and received mixed negative reviews from the audience. Along with the release of the second season, Netflix has released a video with actors that warned viewers on some of the topics raised in the exhibition and provided website support to the crisis the number of people suffering from depression, anxiety and other mental problems. The third season is ordered in June 2018 and was released on 23 August 2019. In August 2019, the series was renewed for a fourth and final season. Critical and audience reaction to the series was divided into two program generating controversy between viewers and reviewers industry alongside gaining a loyal following.
1. The room. (Номер)
In season one, seventeen-year-old clay Jensen returns home from school one day to find a mysterious box on the porch. Inside he discovers thirteen cassette tapes recorded by Hannah Baker, his deceased classmate, who killed herself two weeks earlier. On the tapes, Hannah unfolds the intense emotional audio diary, describing in detail why she decided to commit suicide. It appears each person who receives this package of old design tape, is fundamentally due to the fact that she killed herself. Clay is not the first to get the magazine, but it meant that he must pass on the tapes after listening to them. It appears that the order of distribution of the tape, with additional copies held by the supervisor if the plan goes awry. Each entry refers to the other person who is involved in Hannahs life, contributing to the reason for her suicide in terms of both its friends and enemies.
In season two months after the suicide of Hannah, clay and other people mentioned on the tapes, as well as close friends and Hahn family members become embroiled in civil litigation between parents Hahn and freedom high school. Claiming negligence by the school, Hahns mother is haunted by her perception of justice, while her reluctance to settle out of court and her personal circumstances, ultimately, to destroy her marriage with Hannas father. The story unfolds with stories that illustrate the story of Hannah, told those who were present in court at the trial.
Clay, who perceives himself as Hahn, and not the defender, is sent to investigate, using all the evidence he can find in order to influence a civil case Hahn between parents and school. Clay also seeks to expose the corrupt culture of the school and its favor the wealthy sportsmen for the average student, which is specifically disturbs the integrity of the girls like Anna.
Three seasons is eight months after the end of the second season. Clay and his friends try to cope with the cover-up attempts masons massacre at the Spring formal, and helps him on the road to recovery. However, conflict tensions will reach a boiling point, in his spare time highs game homecoming, which leads to the murder of Bryce Walker. The students of liberty high once again forced under a microscope as the investigation Bryces death threatens to reveal their darkest secrets.
2.1. The cast and characters. Main. (Главная)
- Amy Hargreaves as Lainey Jensen, clays lawyer mother.
- Brian Darcy James, Andy Baker, Hannahs father, and Olivias husband season 2, recurring season 1.
- Devin Druid as Tyler down, bullied student to liberty high and is an avid photographer.
- Brenda strong as Nora Walker, the mother of Bryces season 3, recurring season 2.
- Miles heizer, Alex Standall, student at liberty high, ex-boyfriend and Jessicas former friend Hannah.
- Christian Navarro, Tony Padilla, clays best friend at liberty high who tries to help him cope with the death of Hannah.
- Derek Luke, Kevin porter, consultant for the freedom of the high seasons 1-2, guest season 3.
- Ross Butler, as Zach Dempsey, a kind-hearted friend Justin and Bryce on the freedom of the high.
- Justin Prentice as Bryce Walker, a student from a rich family and the captain of the football team and pitcher on the baseball team at liberty high. He is a notorious serial rapist is known to rape unconscious girls and attacked Hanna in her hot tub. He was killed between seasons 2 and 3, his killers identity and motive, which are the main seasons of conflict. seasons 1-3.
- Alisha boe as Jessica Davis, a student who starts attending freedom high at the same time as Hannah.
- Timothy granaderos as Monte de La Cruz, a bully who learns in the high season of Freedom 3, recurring seasons 1-2.
- Grace Saif as Ani Achola, a new student at liberty, who was of an unknown criminal and clay and Jessica season 3.
- Catherine Langford, as Hannah Baker, a teenager whose suicide and recorded audio cassettes SPARK event series seasons 1-2.
- Kate Walsh, Olivia Baker, Hannahs mother and Andys wife, who is determined to uncover the truth about the events that led to her daughters suicide seasons 1-2, guest rating season 3.
- Brandon Flynn as Justin Foley, a student at liberty, who comes from a dysfunctional family and is in a relationship with Jessica. He is responsible for setting the events of the series into motion, being the first person to humiliate Hannah after their first date. At the end of the second season, Justin received the clays of parents and now living with clay, like his brother.
- Dylan Minnette as clay Jensen, a close friend of Hannah, who becomes obsessed with finding out what happened to her.
2.2. The cast and characters. Introduced in one season. (Введены в один сезон)
- Anna Zavelson how can Dempsey, Evia younger sister.
- Whigham Georgia like Kath, a friend of Hannah and her former neighbor season 1.
- Henry Zaga brad, Tony guy. In the second season it turns out that the couple broke up sometime between the events of the first and second seasons. season 1.
- Tom Everett Scott as Mr. down masons father.
- Kimko Gelman Jane childs, Vice-rector for freedom high.
- Keiko Agena as pam Bradley Professor of communications in the high season of Freedom 1, Guest season 2.
- Brandon Larracuente as Jeff Atkins, a student at freedom high and friend of clay, who died in a tragic car crash season 1, Guest season 2.
- Matthew Alan Massey as Seth, a drug dealer and Justins mothers domestic partner who is abusive towards Justin.
- Stephen silver as Marcus Cole, selfish, student Council President, at large, who is responsible for the offensive and tries sexy Hannah out on a date. In the second season, he was suspended from school after lying on the stand during the trial and after the leakage of the tape shortly after. seasons 1-2.
- Gary Perez as Arturo Padilla, Tonys father.
- Josh Hamilton, Matt Jensen, College Professor and father of clays.
- Wilson Cruz as Dennis Vasquez, a lawyer representing the parents of the season, Hahn 2, featuring Seasons 1 and 3.
- Mark Pellegrino as bill Standall, Deputy Sheriff Crestmont and Alexias father.
- Robert Gant, Todd Crimsen, one of Courtneys fathers.
- Cindy Cheung, Karen Dempsey, Evia mother.
- Jackie Geary as amber Foley, Justins mother, a drug addict.
- Andreas Mouth, and Noelle Davis, Jessica mother.
- Joseph C. Phillips as Greg Davis, a member of the U.S. air force and Jessicas father.
- Tommy Dorfman as Ryan shaver a student at liberty, who betrayed Hahn trust seasons 1-2.
- Michele Selena Ang as Courtney Crimsen, hiding student at freedom high, responsible for spreading rumors about Hannah, to protect the secret of her own sexual orientation. In the second season, she enters the position during the trial of Hannah Baker, confessing her actions against Hannah, which landed her on the tapes.
- Brittany Perry-Russell as Tracy porter, Mr. Porters wife.
- Sosie bacon as Skye Miller, pulled away from clay. In the second season Skye and clay date time before it goes to the "fresh start", in accordance with another self-harm incident, which as a result of her bipolar disorder diagnosis. seasons 1-2.
- Ajiona Aleksus as Sheri Holland, a student and cheerleader at liberty high, which forms a connection with clay, but also on the tapes, when her actions lead to Jeffs accidental death seasons 1-2.
- Ross Turner, as Mr. wood, of liberty high school teacher of mathematics.
- Alex Quijano as Steve Crimsen, one of Courtneys fathers.
- Maria Dizzia as Mrs. down, Masons mother.
- Dorian Lockett as Patrick, the basketball coach and history teacher at freedom high.
- Steven Weber as Gary Bolan, fundamental freedoms in the high season 1-3.
2.3. The cast and characters. Introduced in season two. (Введена в два сезона)
- James Cretan as Eric Cox, one of the friends of Cyrus.
- Ohara Kelly as Jackie, a passionate defender of victims of bullying.
- Meredith Monroe, as Carolyn Standall, Alexs mother.
- Bryce Cass as Cyrus, a sharp, cynical mischief-Maker who serves as an unexpected champion of the oppressed. Hes friends with Tyler and the two together embark on a smear campaign against bullies.
- Parminder Nagra as Priya Singh, school counselor at liberty high season 3, Guest season 2.
- Mason Guccione as Toby Fletcher, one of the friends of Cyrus.
- Samantha Logan, Nina Jones, a reputable star who became friends with Jessica for a General sexual abuse past.
- Chelsea Alden, Mackenzie, Cyrus sister, quirky and witty girl who is not afraid to speak her mind. In the second season, she briefly develops a relationship with Tyler, although the latter breaks it.
- Mikko Edwards, as he was a supporter of the freedom high.
- KION Motakhaveri as Chad Moore, one of the friends of Cyrus.
- Ben Lawson as Wlodimierz Rick, the coach at large, who supports and protects his players.
- Brandon Butler, as Scott reed, a student at freedom high, who is on the baseball team.
- Spencer Moore II, Michael, one of Ninas friends.
- J. R. brown, Caleb, Tony, a Boxing coach and the guy.
- Allison Miller as Sonia Strul, smart and ambitious young lawyer who protects the school during the court season of Hannah Baker 2.
- Anne winters, Chloe rice, smart, ignorant, popular girl at liberty high and the new head cheerleader, who also Bryces girlfriend. At the end of the second season it is revealed that she is pregnant. season 2-3.
- Jake Weber, as Barry Walker, Bryces dad season 2 guest season 3.
2.4. The cast and characters. Introduced in the third season. (Введена в третьем сезоне)
- HART Denton, Dean Holbrook, a student at Hillcrest, who doesnt love Bruce.
- Raymond J. Barry as Harrison Chatham, Noras patient father and grandfather Bryces.
- Blake Webb as Tim Pozzi, a drug dealer who sells cheap steroids at the local gym.
- Nana Mensah as Amara Josephine Achola, Anis a strict mother and a Walker, the nurse and the housekeeper.
- Marcus DeAnda as Mr. de La Cruz, Montgomerys abusive father.
- Tyler Barnhardt, Charlie St. George, the Jock on the loose, who is friends with Montgomery, but a good heart.
- Benito Martinez as Deputy Diaz, the head of the police in Bryces murder case.
- Austin Aaron, as Luke Halliday, Jock to freedom high.
- Deaken Bluman, such as Winston Williams, a student at Hillcrest, who hooks up with Montgomery.
- Brandon Scott, as Kerba, football coach at freedom who are hard on players to get them to catch up.
- Bex Taylor-Klaus, Casey Ford, a member of the Ho and friend Jessica.
3.1. Production. Development. (Развитие)
Universal studios has acquired the movie rights of the novel on February 8, 2011, with Selena Gomez cast to play Hannah Baker. 29, 2015, it was announced that Netflix will make a television adaptation of the book, not Gomez serving as Executive producer. Tom McCarthy was hired to direct the first two episodes. The series is produced by anonymous content and Paramount Television with Gomez, McCarthy, joy Gorman, Michael sugar, Steve Golin, Mandy Teefey, and Kristel Laiblin serving as Executive producers.
On 7 may 2017, it was announced that Netflix renewed the series for a second season, which was released on may 18, 2018.
On June 6, 2018, Netflix renewed the series for a third season, which was released on 23 August 2019. He was a dedicated Executive producer Steve Golin is the founder and CEO of anonymous content, who died from sarcoma of the Charles on April 21, 2019, four months before the start of the third season of issue.
On August 1, 2019, it was announced that the series was renewed for a fourth and final season.
3.2. Production. Casting. (Кастинг)
In June 2016, Dylan Minnette, Kathryn Langford, Christian Navarro, Alicia boe, Brandon Flynn, Justin Prentice, miles heizer, Ross Butler, Devin Druid and Brian Darcy James has been cast as the main leads. In September, Amy Hargreaves, Kate Walsh and Derek Luke was cast. Langford left the show after the second season.
In September 2018, Timothy grenadiers and Brenda strong was promoted to series regulars for season 3 after recurring in the previous seasons. September 5, 2019, Gary Sinise was cast in a series regular for the fourth season.On 11 Feb 2020 JanLuis Castellanos joined the cast as a series regular for the fourth season.
In August 2017, Jake Weber, Meredith Monroe, R. J. brown, Anne winters, Bryce Cass, Chelsea Alden, Allison Miller, Brandon Butler, Samantha Logan, Kelly ohara, and Ben Lawson has been cast for two seasons.
3.3. Production. Shooting. (Съемки)
The shooting of the series took place in the Northern California cities of Vallejo, Benicia, San Rafael, Crockett and Sevastopol in the summer of 2016. The 13-episode first season and the special was released on Netflix on March 31, 2017. Therapy dogs were present on set for actors for intense and emotional content of the series.
Shooting of the second season began on 12 June 2017, but was briefly interrupted in October in response to the ongoing Northern California forest fires taking place around the area where the series was filmed. Production on the second season wrapped up in December 2017. The second season was released on may 18, 2018.
Shooting of the third season began on 12 August 2018, but was suspended due to another fire until 17 December. Filming was scheduled for 6 February 2019.
4.1. Welcome Audience. (Аудитория)
Marketing Analytics company Jumpshot the first season was the second most watched season of Netflix in the first 30 days after the premiere, having received 48% of the audience that got a second season of Daredevil, which has become the most watched season Jumpshot. In the series also showed an increase of 18% on weekly audience from one week to two a week. Jumpshot, which "analyzes click-stream data from an online panel of more than 100 million consumers," looked at the viewing behaviour and activities of companies in the U.S. member, taking into account the relative number of American company Netflix viewers who watched at least one episode from the season.
4.2. Welcome Season 1. (Сезон 1)
The first season received positive reviews, praise for the acting, directing, plot, sequence, to improve its source material, and Mature approach to the dark and adult themes. The review aggregator website Rotten Tomatoes reported a rating of 79% with an average rating of 7.14 / 10 based on 62 reviews. The sites critical consensus reads: "13 reasons complements its bestselling source material with spectacular look at the mountain-teenagers whose narrative maturity belies its I environment." Metacritic, which uses a weighted average of the scores 76 out of 100 based on 17 critics, indicating generally favorable reviews.
Jesse Schedeen from IGN rated 13 reasons why, by giving it a 9.2 out of 10, "amazing", stating that the series "is very powerful and hard-hitting" A "Series is among the best high school dramas of the 21st century". Matthew Gilbert of "the Boston globe" gave a glowing review on the series, saying, "drama is sensitive, consistently engaging, and, most importantly, without blinking". Maureen Ryan of the various claims that the series "is undoubtedly sincere, but, in many important ways, creatively successful" and called it "simply essential viewing". Leah Greenblatt of Entertainment weekly gave the entire season the result in B, calling the series "Frank, significantly affecting portrait of what it feels like to be young, lost and too fragile for the world." Daniel Feinberg of the Hollywood Reporter also praised the series, calling it "honor Mature young-adult adaptation", and with reference to their performances, the direction, significance and maturity, as some of the strengths of the series.
The acting, in particular, Catherine Langford, Hannah, and Dylan Minnette as clay, is often praised in reviews. Schedeen of IGN praised the cast, especially Minnette and Langford, saying: "Langford shines in the title role. true stories about what young people are as steadfast way we can."
4.3. Welcome Season 3. (Сезон 3)
Season 3 received mostly negative reviews from critics and viewers, criticism of the lack of need, poor execution of its themes, including the rape of Tyler in the last episode of the previous season, a new character Ani, sympathetic repayment Bryce and conclusion. However, some praised the technical aspects and features of the Prentice, Druid and grenadiers.
Review aggregator Rotten Tomatoes reported a rating of 12%, with an average rating 1.43 / 10, based on 17 reviews. The sites critical consensus reads: "13 reasons why attempts to escape from his first two seasons, only to become a melodramatic mess of a detective."
On Metacritic season average rating of 23 out of 100 based on 4 critics, indicating "generally unfavorable reviews".
4.4. Welcome Disputes. (Споры)
Some medical professionals, school personnel, and others who work with youth reported that the series violates the requirements to the depiction of suicide in the media, and leads to an increase in suicidal and self-harming behavior. Netflix has responded by adding a strong Advisory warning before the first, twelfth and thirteenth series.
The district commander palm beach, Florida schools, parents said that their school was a marked increase in suicidal and self-harming behavior among students, and that some of these students "voiced their enterprises at risk behavior 13 reasons why Netflix series".
Australian youth mental health service for 12-25 year olds, free space, a warning is given at the end of April 2017 for the graphic content presented in the series, in connection with the increase in the number of calls to the service after the series in the country. Netflix, however, is clearly consistent with the Australian ratings system viewer, branding a series as "MA15" when streaming via native interface. They accompanied their presentations with additional warnings and advice of the viewer, and assured that the consultation referrals was included and not easy to miss at the end of each episode. Every warning voice is read for another cast, at the end of the episode, Catherine Langford importance in her native Australian accent in her voice-overs.
In response to the graphic nature of the series and New Zealand teen suicide, the highest rate among 34 OECD countries in 2009 to 2012, Department of film and literature classification in the country created new customers, "RP18", allowing individuals aged 18 years or older to view series one and the ones below in order to watch it under the supervision of a parent or guardian.
In April 2017, the national Association of school psychologists NASP in the United States released a statement about the series, says: "research shows that the impact on others, suicide, or drawing or writing in the Newspapers reports of the death may be one of many risk factors that young people struggling with mental illness cited as the reason they see or attempt suicide." NASP sent a letter to the school of specialists in the field of mental health across the country about the series is reportedly the first NASP in response to the television series. Next month, the U.S. society for clinical child and adolescent psychology SCCAP issued a statement noting how much this show can serve as a trigger for self-harm among vulnerable young people. They complained about the portrayal of experts in the field of mental health as not effective for youth who have experienced trauma and may be considering suicide. The statement asked Netflix to add a label after each episode of mental health resources, and a reminder that depression and suicidal ideation may be effectively treated by a qualified specialist in the field of mental health such as clinical child psychologist using evidence-based practices.
Similarly, clinical psychologists, such as J. Daniel Reidenberg and Eric Martinez, and mental health advocate MollyKate Cline magazine teenage fashion, expressed concern about the risk of infection suicide. However, Eric Beeson, counselor for economic Affairs of the family Institute at northwestern University said that "it is unlikely that only one show could cause someone to suicide." Experts in the field of mental health have also criticized the description of the series of the suicide, which is contrary to the widely published recommendations for reporting of actual suicides or not portraying them in literature, in order not to encourage copycat suicides. The season finale, which depicts the Hahns suicide in detail, particularly criticized in this regard. Nick Sheff, a writer for the series, defended it as intended to dispel the myth that suicides are "quietly drift away," and recalled how he refrains from attempting suicide, citing the expense of the survivors, how painful and horrible it was.
In NASPs statement also criticized a number of assumptions that bullying alone led Hannah to end her life, noting that, although this may be a factor in suicide more often, the results of the bullied person has "to treat mental illness and overwhelming or unbearable stress", along with the absence of adequate coping mechanisms. Alex Moen, school psychologist in Minneapolis, do not agree with the entire series storyline as "essentially a fantasy that someone who is considering suicide, perhaps - that when you commit suicide, you can still communicate with their loved ones, and people suddenly understand everything you are going through and the depth of your pain. What a sweet, sensitive boy will fall in love with you and seek justice for you, and you will be able to control it, and still be able to live." Other advisers criticized the depiction of Hannahs, trying to get through to Mr. porter, how dangerous misconception, because not only did he miss obvious signs of it there were thoughts of suicide, but he says he cant report her violent actions of sexual nature to the police without her identification of the attacker. School psychologists are often portrayed to be ineffective or clueless in popular culture, Moen said, but the movers behavior in this series goes beyond that to be unethical and possibly illegal. "This is ridiculous! Counselors are not police. We dont have to start the investigation. We represent that the information that we have in the police," she told slate.
In may 2017, the Canadian mental health Association the cmha website together with the Centre for suicide prevention the UPC issued a statement having the same issues as those raised by NASP. The website cmha believes that the series can advertise suicide, and that some content may cause distress to viewers, especially young viewers. In addition, the suicide of Hannah not to follow the directions of the media set out by the Canadian Association for suicide prevention CASP and the American Association of suicide-studying. The website cmha and CASP did praised the series for raising awareness "of this preventable public health problem," adding that "awareness raising needs to be done in a safe and responsible manner. A large and growing volume of canadian and international research has identified a clear link between the increase in the number of suicides and adverse representation in the media of suicides". The ways in which a depiction of suicide may cause harm, according to cmha and CASP are: "they can simplify life, for example, assuming that the hazing is one reason they can do suicide seems romantic, for example, by placing it in the context of a Hollywood plot, they can portray a suicide as a logical or viable option, they can display graphic images of suicide, which may be harmful to viewers, especially young and / or they may advance the false notion that suicide is a way to teach others a lesson." The 2019 study showed the overall level of suicides among 10 - to 17-year-old has significantly increased over the month after the release of the series.
Issue 13 reasons why the match between 900.000 and 1.5 million more suicide-related searches in the United States, including a 26% increase in search query "how to commit suicide" - an increase of 18% for suicide, and 9% more for "how to kill yourself." After the initial surge of calls to the hot line message after the first episode, there was an overall reduction during the crisis, the volume of calls for the remainder of the series. While the relationship between information search suicide and suicide risk is unclear, increases in self-harm admission in one childrens hospital was observed.
5. For the reasons. (По причинам)
With the release of the first season of the series, Netflix has also released 13 reasons why: beyond reasons, after party a documentary television film. In a 29-minute documentary film presented a cast and crew of the series, and experts in the field of mental health, shared their experience in four series relating to various issues including bullying, depression and sexual violence. Two more reasons for the event were issued the second and third seasons, respectively.
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