Note: Spoilers ahead
13 Reasons Why: A Netflix Show and Book
The Book itself and the first season of 13 Reasons Why has been very close to my heart. The characters are very moving. Starting from Emotional Clay Jensen and Hannah Baker to the Emotionless, ill minded Brys Walker, each characters represents the teenage very deeply.
Though the Season is little eccentric from what we can read through the book, I never felt bourden of emotion carried by characters while watching the season. Even I could feel the connected with characters.
But in the whole goddamn world, Why second season? Was it that inevitable? I mean why?
What did the Director and Producers wanted apart from gross income? If they wanted Teenagers to start conversation with those who matters, it must have been instigated with very first Season. If they wanted to show the world how pissed the teenage life around parties, sex, relationships, drugs etc., it has been shown in first season? If they wanted show people who was actually responsible for suicide of Hannah, we all knew that everyone let down her when she was in pain.
Second season is all about how a wealthy rapist can get away out of all the accusation and charges against him and how he can fuck with everyone’s life.
I am utterly disappointed with second season, to add more, I hate the second season more than I loved the first season and Book. It is just too much.
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