13 Reasons Why: what the controversial drama gets wrong
The Guardian -

In the third season of the parent-baiting teen show, a shift in focus can’t prevent the writers from falling back into bad habits

Netflix’s 13 Reasons Why has courted controversy ever since its initial release. Based on the YA novel by Jay Asher, the show’s first season probed the lives of many students at Liberty High, each of whom was impacted by the death of one of their classmates, Hannah Baker. Told in voiceover from Hannah’s perspective, 13 Reasons Why was celebrated for daring to look at...

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