Now a new minute-long video has replaced the original "viewer warning card" that was displayed at the beginning of the first episode, with members of the cast addressing the hard issues that the show touches on.
The new series of 13 Reasons Why will feature a special message before each episodeHis co-star Alisha - who plays Jessica - will then add: "But if you are struggling with these issues yourself, this series may not be right for you. Because the minute that you start talking about it, it gets easier". 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.
Vivian wrote about the synopsis for the second season of 13 Reasons Why, saying that with other characters getting to have their narratives heard with regard to the story of S1, "it's possible they'll use that opportunity to address those criticisms".
Photo Katherine Langford in the Netflix series "13 Reasons Why", about a teenager who kills herself. In addition to the new site, warning videos will also be added to every episode in Season 1 on Netflix.
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It found that while "nearly three-quarters of teen and young adult viewers said the show made them feel more comfortable processing tough topics", a majority of parents surveyed wanted more resources, like guidance from mental health experts, the statement from Netflix said. "Today, Northwestern released the results of that study".
Despite the warnings, Netflix chose to renew the show for a second season.
But US star Selena Gomez, who is one of 13 Reasons Why's executive producers, has previously spoken out and defended the programme. The search terms included suicide methods, suicide hotlines and suicide prevention.
Northwestern University professor Ellen Wartella, one of the study's leaders, told BuzzFeed News that they could not ask participants about suicidal thoughts or if the show negatively affected their mental health.
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