13 Reasons Why Season Two (2018) - Shreya Sachdev
13 Reasons Why Season Two is created by Brian Yorkey and stars Dylan Minnette, Katherine Langford, Alisha Boe, Christian Navarro, Justin Prentice, Brandon Flynn, Ross Butler, Miles Heizer, Devin Druid, and many others. 13 Reasons Why Season Two follows the story of Hannah Baker, a teenage girl who committed suicide due to bullying and various other problems she had in high school. Season Two of 13 Reasons Why specifically follows the aftermath of Hannah’s suicide, and how Hannah’s friends and family attempt to hold the school responsible for ignoring Hannah’s cry for help. Therefore, this show revolves around how Hannah’s friends and family have to deal with the trauma of what happened and how they must continue their daily lives despite what has happened. I remember watching Season One when I was around sixteen years old, and I really liked it because I thought all the characters had some really great chemistry and each episode left me in suspense. I watched Season Two this summer, and I again really liked the second season due to the fact that you can really feel how difficult it is for these kids to move on with their lives and how much resentment they hold towards their school for letting this happen. I think this show tackles serious issues that happen in high school, and it really does appear as realistic which I’m glad it does because these things do happen. i also liked how there were some positive elements to the show as well. For example, one of the characters named Tyler begins to hang out with a boy named Cyrus and they quickly become best friends, which I really liked because everyone will find people that they click with in high school. Then, there was an episode that showcased how Hannah herself once bullied a girl, which also something I found realistic because it is likely that students who get bullied can also be bullies themselves. Overall, I thought 13 Reasons Why Season Two was worth the watch and I look forward to Season Three. I would give 13 Reasons Why Season Two a 8/10.