Netflix's Reasons
Netflix's Reasons

Since a year, fans are eager for the release on Netflix’s 13 Reasons Why Season 3, let’s figure out what it will bring and when.

The contentious drama, 13 Reason Why have scorched the screens and the minds of the viewers, intensely.

As we call it the contentious teen drama, it refers to the idea that the makers set it to highlight the immense spoils of teen life. It possibly leads the teen viewers to either end-up breaking the ice over the social injustice or contaminating their disturbed lives.

Hence,13 Reasons Why highlights teen spoils include sexual assault, rape, bullying, social media exploitation, mental and physical harassment.

Well, its all up to the real-life victim viewers of 13 Reasons Why, what they learn, and seek from the series and mold their lives. Simply, we can’t blame the series for putting the victimized teens in suicidal attempts. However, the series may encourage the victims to speak up against the society which causes them to suffer through misery.

From Hannah Baker’s suicide to other bloating teen-spoils including abortion which surely a hot potato topic in the US. Till now, we have been a part of Netflix’s worth watching series, 13 Reasons Why.

Now, we fan eagerly want to know, in 13 Reason Why Season 3, how the makers will conclude the unsettling story. Moreover, how Season 3 will connect the dots from season 1, and 2.

13 Reasons Why Season 3 will premiere to tremendously babble. And mesmerize the fans on 20 October 2019.

It received positive reviews from critics and viewers, who praised its theme. And actions, especially the shows of Minnett and Langford. For her performance. Langford was nominated for a Golden Globe Award for “Best Actress – TV Series“. However, its graphical representation of issues such as suicide and rape (along with other mature content) has caused concern among mental health professionals. In response, Netflix has added a warning. And since March 2018. A video that plays at the beginning of each season and warns viewers about its topics. In July 2019, Netflix edited the suicide scene in the final episode of the first season.

 

Stay tuned for more updates!

 

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