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Teenager Clay Jensen returns home from school one day to find a mysterious box lying on his porch. Inside, he discovers seven double-sided cassette tapes recorded by Hannah Baker, his classmate and unrequited love, who tragically took her own life two weeks earlier. On the tapes, Hannah unfolds an emotional audio diary, detailing the thirteen reasons why she decided to end her life. Her instructions are clear: each person who receives the package is one of the reasons why she killed herself. After each person finishes listening to the tapes, they must pass the package on to the next person. If anyone breaks the chain, a separate set of tapes will be released to the public. Each tape is addressed to a select person in her school, and details their involvement in her eventual suicide. - Netflix

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13 Reasons Why stars Dylan Minnette; Katherine Langford; Christian Navarro; Alisha Boe; Brandon Flynn; Justin Prentice; Miles Heizer; Ross Butler; Devin Druid; Amy Hargreaves; Derek Luke; Kate Walsh; Timothy Granaderos; Michele Selene Ang; Steven Silver; Bryce Cass; Tommy Dorfman; Ajiona Alexus; Josh Hamilton, and more!

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You shared your stories with us. Today, Michele Selene Ang reads one of them.

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13 Reasons Why stars Dylan Minnette; Katherine Langford; Christian Navarro; Alisha Boe; Brandon Flynn; Justin Prentice; Miles Heizer; Ross Butler; Devin Druid; Amy Hargreaves; Derek Luke; Kate Walsh; Timothy Granaderos; Michele Selene Ang; Steven Silver; Bryce Cass; Tommy Dorfman; Ajiona Alexus; Josh Hamilton, and more!

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Season 2 picks up in the aftermath of Hannah's death and the start of our characters' complicated journeys toward healing and recovery. Liberty High prepares to go on trial, but someone will stop at nothing to keep the truth surrounding Hannah's death concealed. A series of ominous polaroids lead Clay and his classmates to uncover a sickening secret and a conspiracy to cover it up.

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13 Reasons Why stars Dylan Minnette; Katherine Langford; Christian Navarro; Alisha Boe; Brandon Flynn; Justin Prentice; Miles Heizer; Ross Butler; Devin Druid; Amy Hargreaves; Derek Luke; Kate Walsh; Timothy Granaderos; Michele Selene Ang; Steven Silver; Bryce Cass; Tommy Dorfman; Ajiona Alexus; Josh Hamilton, and more!

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You shared your stories with us. Today, Justin Prentice reads one of them.

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13 Reasons Why stars Dylan Minnette; Katherine Langford; Christian Navarro; Alisha Boe; Brandon Flynn; Justin Prentice; Miles Heizer; Ross Butler; Devin Druid; Amy Hargreaves; Derek Luke; Kate Walsh; Timothy Granaderos; Michele Selene Ang; Steven Silver; Bryce Cass; Tommy Dorfman; Ajiona Alexus; Josh Hamilton, and more!

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Season 2 picks up in the aftermath of Hannah's death and the start of our characters' complicated journeys toward healing and recovery. Liberty High prepares to go on trial, but someone will stop at nothing to keep the truth surrounding Hannah's death concealed. A series of ominous polaroids lead Clay and his classmates to uncover a sickening secret and a conspiracy to cover it up. - Netflix

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13 Reasons Why stars Dylan Minnette; Katherine Langford; Christian Navarro; Alisha Boe; Brandon Flynn; Justin Prentice; Miles Heizer; Ross Butler; Devin Druid; Amy Hargreaves; Derek Luke; Kate Walsh; Timothy Granaderos; Michele Selene Ang; Steven Silver; Bryce Cass; Tommy Dorfman; Ajiona Alexus; Josh Hamilton, and more!

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Teenager Clay Jensen returns home from school one day to find a mysterious box lying on his porch. Inside, he discovers seven double-sided cassette tapes recorded by Hannah Baker, his classmate and unrequited love, who tragically took her own life two weeks earlier. On the tapes, Hannah unfolds an emotional audio diary, detailing the thirteen reasons why she decided to end her life. Her instructions are clear: each person who receives the package is one of the reasons why she killed herself. After each person finishes listening to the tapes, they must pass the package on to the next person. If anyone breaks the chain, a separate set of tapes will be released to the public. Each tape is addressed to a select person in her school, and details their involvement in her eventual suicide. - Netflix

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13 Reasons Why stars Dylan Minnette; Katherine Langford; Christian Navarro; Alisha Boe; Brandon Flynn; Justin Prentice; Miles Heizer; Ross Butler; Devin Druid; Amy Hargreaves; Derek Luke; Kate Walsh; Timothy Granaderos; Michele Selene Ang; Steven Silver; Bryce Cass; Tommy Dorfman; Ajiona Alexus; Josh Hamilton, and more!

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series & technical details

 CURRENT STATUS:

streaming on Netflix / renewed for season 3 (2019)

 GENRES:

drama / mystery

 CONTENT RATING:

TV-MA graphic depictions of sexual assault and suicide

 SEASONS:

2

 EPISODES:

26

 RUNNING TIME:

approx. 50 to 60 mins /episode

 🍿 TOTAL BINGE TIME:

718 binge minutes (se.1) / 756 binge minutes (se.2)

 ASPECT RATIO:

1.78 : 1 (se.1) / 2.00 : 1 (se.2)

 SOUND MIX:

Dolby Digital

 ORIGINAL LANGUAGE:

English (various subtitle languages also available)

 CAMERA:

Panasonic VariCam 35, Hawk V-Lite and Leica Summilux-C Lenses / Panavision Millennium DXL (se.1) / Red Helium 8K (se.2)

 PROCESS:

Digital Intermediate (4k) (master format) / Dolby Vision / HDR10 / Hawk Scope (anamorphic)

business details

 PRODUCTION:

July Moon Productions / Kicked to the Curb Productions / Anonymous Content / Paramount Television

 DISTRIBUTION:

Netflix / Viacom

 RELEASE DATES:

31 Mar. 2017 (se.1) / 18 May 2018 (se.2)

 PRODUCTION BUDGET:

$5M /episode

worth noting

 AWARDS:

Nominated for 1 Golden Globe Award. Another 2 wins & 6 nominations

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13 Reasons Why is a fictional drama series that tackles tough real-life issues experienced by teens and young people, including sexual assault, substance abuse, suicide and more. This Netflix series focuses on a high school student, Clay Jensen, and his friend Hannah Baker, who died by suicide after experiencing a series of painful events involving school friends, leading to a downward spiral of her mental health and sense of self.

Filmed in a candid and often explicit manner, the series takes an honest look at the issues faced by young people today.

 

13 Reasons Why seeks to highlight how the behaviors we show others and that are shown to us can be very impactful, the importance of having empathy and compassion for others, even when their struggles aren’t obvious, and that everyone matters to many, even when it doesn’t feel that way.

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Season 2 picks up in the aftermath of Hannah's death and the start of our characters' complicated journeys toward healing and recovery. Liberty High prepares to go on trial, but someone will stop at nothing to keep the truth surrounding Hannah's death concealed. A series of ominous polaroids lead Clay and his classmates to uncover a sickening secret and a conspiracy to cover it up.

 

Happy bingeing! 🍿 - Nick Runyeard

 

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Justin Prentice in season 2, episode 8 of 13 Reasons Why. (Source: Beth Dubber/Netflix)

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13 Reasons Why stars Dylan Minnette; Katherine Langford; Christian Navarro; Alisha Boe; Brandon Flynn; Justin Prentice; Miles Heizer; Ross Butler; Devin Druid; Amy Hargreaves; Derek Luke; Kate Walsh; Timothy Granaderos; Michele Selene Ang; Steven Silver; Bryce Cass; Tommy Dorfman; Ajiona Alexus; Josh Hamilton, and more!

💬 13 Reasons Why » review & opinion

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seasons 1 & 2

13 Reasons Why is a Netflix Original series.  There are 26 episodes over 2 seasons.  Each episode is around 60 minutes in length.

The spoken language is English, and Netflix offers dubbing and/or subtitles in English, French, German, Italian and Spanish. There may be more language options available in your area.

13 Reasons Why is rated TV-MA.  This series contains scenes that viewers may find disturbing, including graphic depictions of sexual assault, substance abuse, and suicide. If you or anyone you know needs help finding support or crisis resources, please go to 13ReasonsWhy.info for more information.

13 Reasons Why Season 2 picks up in the aftermath of Hannah's death and the start of our characters' complicated journeys toward healing and recovery. Liberty High prepares to go on trial, but someone will stop at nothing to keep the truth surrounding Hannah's death concealed. A series of ominous Polaroids lead Clay and his classmates to uncover a sickening secret and a conspiracy to cover it up.

Kate Walsh as Olivia Baker in season 2, episode 1 of 13 Reasons Why

Kate Walsh as Olivia Baker in season 2, episode 1 of 13 Reasons Why. (Source: Netflix)

I’ll first say this: I have a bias. There’s a motive behind why I screened this series. It gets more personal than my usual reviews.

The series is based on the best-selling Jay Asher YA novel of the same name. The first season of 13 Reasons Why tells the story of Hannah Baker (Katherine Langford, brilliant), a high school sophomore who commits suicide, leaving behind a series of cassette tapes chronicling why she did what she did. There are 13 reasons why Hannah killed herself, and the cassettes tell her story.

The box of tapes in season 1, episode 1 of 13 Reasons Why

The box of tapes in season 1, episode 1 of 13 Reasons Why in season 1, episode 1 of 13 Reasons Why. (Source: Netflix)

We meet those “responsible” for Hanna’s death. We play witness to the aftermath of her suicide and how it affects those responsible and the school community. It’s Hannah's voice-over we hear throughout – as if we’re the ones listening to the tapes. Each side of each cassette is one episode and focuses on a reason why Hannah took her own life.

 

There are 13 sides to every story,” says Hannah in episode one. 13 people, in fact, all play a role in Hannah’s death and are the intended recipients of the cassettes. Instructions left by Hannah are to listen to each tape in its entirety, then pass it on to the next person on the list. Everyone on the tapes will know everyone else’s role. Should the instructions not be followed explicitly, a copy of the tapes will be released publicly.

Kate Walsh as Olivia Baker & Michele Selene Ang as Courtney in season 1, episode 3 of 13 Reasons Why

Kate Walsh as Olivia Baker & Michele Selene Ang as Courtney in season 1, episode 3 of 13 Reasons Why. (Source: Netflix)

An eternally anxious, and morose Clay Jensen (Dylan Minnette, one of the best performances of the year in both seasons), a friend and secret crush of Hannah’s, is surprised to learn that he is one of 13 reasons. He arrives home one night after school to find the box of cassettes on his doorstep. Where exactly he fits in to the story, we learn when he does. Minnette performs wonderfully and takes the viewer on an emotional roller-coaster for the entire binge-worthy season.

 

Hannah’s narrative, and a little of Clay’s, masterfully guide us through difficult topics like bullying, substance abuse, depression, sexual assault and suicide. As the first season progresses, we take a trip back in time from the moment Hannah arrives for her first day at Liberty High, to and through the moment she commits suicide – which is, as the show’s disclaimer warns, graphic.

Dylan Minnette as Clay Jensen & Katherine Langford as Hannah Baker in season 1, episode 9 of 13 Reasons Why.

Dylan Minnette as Clay Jensen & Katherine Langford as Hannah Baker in season 1, episode 9 of 13 Reasons Why. (Source: Netflix)

13 Reasons Why is oft criticized for glorifying suicide and is a magnet for controversy. Although some of the criticism may be valid, I think those denouncing the series entirely are missing the point entirely. Don’t let this kind of talk discourage you from watching and, most importantly, learning from the series and what it has to offer.

 

The struggles faced by the teens are real world, and if you’re a parent, whether you like it or not, relevant. A part of me wants to tell you to watch it with your teenage child. The rating is TV-MA, clearly meaning this is not for children (MA is MATURE audiences only). There are graphic depictions of sexual assault, the likes of which you’ll never see on an “After School Special" (do they even have those anymore?) Sadly, though, it’s probably no worse than what your teenager has already seen on the internet, or in some cases, even in real life. It’s important to open a discussion now with your teen. IMO, kids 16 and older are ready for this show. In fact, your kid has probably already seen it (even if you don’t subscribe to Netflix).

 

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Katherine Langford as Hannah Baker in season 1, episode 13 of 13 Reasons Why.

Katherine Langford as Hannah Baker in season 1, episode 13 of 13 Reasons Why. (Source: Netflix)

There’s a short video disclaimer at the beginning of episode one, warning viewers that the series: “may not be right for you”. Dylan Minnette (Clay), Katherine Langford (Hannah), Justin Prentice (Bryce) and Alisha Boe (Jessica) warn that if one is struggling with similar issues, then it may be best to watch with a trusted adult or avoid altogether.

 

Yes, the series is that dark, but well played and binge-worthy.

 

13 Reasons Why could have done without a second season. Although the first season ends with a few “cliffhangers” that aren’t really needed. Fans of the show will want to check out season 2.

Dylan Minnette as Clay Jensen & Sosie Bacon as Skye Miller in season 2, episode 1 of 13 Reasons Why

Dylan Minnette as Clay Jensen & Sosie Bacon as Skye Miller in season 2, episode 1 of 13 Reasons Why. (Source: Netflix)

⚠ Season 1 spoilers ahead.

 

The second season picks up 5 months after Hannah’s suicide. Liberty High is on trial and scheduled to take the witness stand are some of the 13 people who were responsible for Hannah’s death. Those individuals provide the voice-over narrative that drives season 2.

 

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Gun happy perv, Tyler Down (Devin Druid, dazzlingly creepy and troubled) is the first to take the stand. Things at Liberty are worse than ever, according to Tyler. The jocks still run the school, and still run down anyone in their path.

 

In the months since Hannah’s death, and with the absence of some key players during that time, Bryce Walker (Justin Prentice, fantastic) has managed to spin the rumors to favor him. Essentially, the same story every ignorant misogynistic rapist gives: “they wanted it.”

 

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Timothy Granaderos as Montgomery, Justin Prentice as Bryce Walker & Brandon Butler as Scott Reed in season 2, episode 8 of 13 Reasons Why

Timothy Granaderos as Montgomery, Justin Prentice as Bryce Walker & Brandon Butler as Scott Reed in season 2, episode 8 of 13 Reasons Why. (Source: Netflix)

There are still more secrets to be told, and they noticeably surround, and begin with, the crown-prince of evil, Bryce. A series of explicit Polaroids that appear to show the rape of an unconscious girl are finding their way into Clay’s life. Written on the back of the pictures are cryptic clues that lead one to believe there are many more victims, some of whom may not even know that they were raped. Clay believes that if he can find out where and when the pictures were taken, he’ll have enough evidence to finally end the nightmare. However, someone has alternate plans and will stop at nothing to silence the witnesses. Clay, again, finds himself in precarious situations – the type that usually end in personal injury.

 

When we left Clay in season 1, he and Skye (a great Sosie Bacon) were dating. They are still in love, but as it turns out Hannah is still very much on Clay’s mind. Everywhere he goes, literally, in fact, Hannah is there – like an apparition that talks. This vision is seriously fucking with Clay’s head and his blossoming relationship with Skye.

Miles Heizer as Alex Standall & Alisha Boe as Jessica Davis in season 2, episode 5 of 13 Reasons Why

Miles Heizer as Alex Standall & Alisha Boe as Jessica Davis in season 2, episode 5 of 13 Reasons Why. (Source: Netflix)

Talking about Hannah’s suicide, or Alex’s (Miles Heizer, still excellent) attempted suicide, is all but outlawed at Liberty High. “Suicide Contagion” is what school officials are trying to avoid. Mr. Porter (Derek Luke, believable), the school’s counselor, is still struggling to cope with his lack of response to Hannah’s cries for help. He knows that his time at the school is likely coming to an end, but he still wants to do what he can, when he can, to keep the kids safe. His response and reaction to the crisis is fun to watch.

 

Lainie Jensen (Amy Hargreaves) has pulled out of the case, citing conflict of interest with Clay. Her firm, however, is still representing the school and a pugnacious litigator with serious control issues, Sonya (Allison Miller), has taken on the challenge.

Allison Miller as Sonya Struhl in season 2, episode 5 of 13 Reasons Why.

Allison Miller as Sonya Struhl in season 2, episode 5 of 13 Reasons Why. (Source: Netflix)

The challenge, of course, is convincing a jury that Liberty High knew nothing of the circumstances that lead to Hannah’s death. The bullying, the sexual harassment, the alleged cover-ups. We all know that most of this is commonplace in many high-schools and work-places but knowing something isn’t proof that it exists.

 

You’ll probably question just how well Hannah’s grieving mother, Olivia (the amazing Kate Walsh) knew her own daughter. Via courtroom drama and the ensuing Q & A of the witnesses, we discover more about Hannah, her family, and those that had something to do with her death. It seems like there are more skeletons and secrets that many people are hiding.

 

You’re probably wondering what happened to the tapes? That’s my cliffhanger for season 2.

Miles Heizer as Alex Standall & Kate Walsh as Olivia Baker in season 2, episode 11 of 13 Reasons Why

Miles Heizer as Alex Standall & Kate Walsh as Olivia Baker in season 2, episode 11 of 13 Reasons Why. (Source: Netflix)

|in conclusion

 

Although I’m not a teenager, the show’s intended audience, I struggled with similar issues when I was. To be honest, I still do. Depression, suicidal thoughts, feelings of no self-worth, no hope, guilt, shame, fear. Headaches, sleepless nights, nightmares and night-terrors that continue to this day and will never go away. Substance abuse numbs the pain and helps one feel better, albeit temporarily. The show is not spot on in the portrayal of victim empathy, but it does work hard enough to make the viewer an emotional wreck – although not with the same kind of power as season 1.

 

When I was in high school in the 1980’s, there were no resources available to victims – at least not like what’s available now. That has changed for the better. Netflix has made available a list of resources you can reach out to if you’re a victim of sexual assault, or bullying.

 

Be warned, this series is a trigger and difficult to watch if you’re a survivor.

Justin Prentice as Bryce Walker in season 2, episode 11 of 13 Reasons Why

Justin Prentice as Bryce Walker in season 2, episode 11 of 13 Reasons Why. (Source: Netflix)

What pisses me off is the language the kids use when describing, in court, their part in Hannah’s life. Words like “just” and “only” minimize actions (which is typical of a victimizer). I’m hoping this was intentional on the part of the writers – a way to show just how unapologetic these kids can be. The problem, though, dear writers, is not everyone will pick up on that. Professionals and victims will likely pick up on (and perhaps scoff at) the generous use of “just” and “only”.

 

We all minimize things we do at some point. “It was just one drink”, “I only did it this one time,” “I didn't know,” etc.

 

One who doesn’t take responsibility for one’s own actions is no better than the perpetrator. I learned that the hard way; believe me I’m no angel and I did some bad things in my life - and yes, I minimized.

Wilson Cruz as Dennis Vasquez & Kate Walsh as Olivia Baker in season 2, episode 10 of 13 Reasons Why

Wilson Cruz as Dennis Vasquez & Kate Walsh as Olivia Baker in season 2, episode 10 of 13 Reasons Why. (Source: Netflix)

There’s also an apparent lack of understanding of what the victim is going through. Again, I hope this was intentional on the writers’ part, and again, it may require more explanation. Although Clay’s intentions may be sincere, his actions in both seasons could do more harm than good.

 

One cannot force a victim to come forward. It’s up to the victim when, where and to whom to tell their story. There can be any number of reasons why a victim does not come forward. Victimizers rely on intimidation, coercion, and even violence to ensure secrecy.

 

When you watch this series and wonder why, for example, in season 1 Jessica doesn’t want to tell anyone what happened, put yourself in her shoes. It’s called empathy, something psychopaths are devoid of. Empathy allows one to understand what someone else is feeling (empathy is not the same as compassion, either).

 

The intention of the series is to spark a discussion. It succeeds in that. Overall, it’s well played, binge-worthy and deserving of more than one viewing.

 

Bravo to everyone involved with this amazing series.

series & technical details

 CURRENT STATUS:

streaming on Netflix / renewed for season 3 (2019)

 GENRES:

drama / mystery

 CONTENT RATING:

TV-MA graphic depictions of sexual assault and suicide

 SEASONS:

2

 EPISODES:

26

 RUNNING TIME:

approx. 50 to 60 mins /episode

 🍿 TOTAL BINGE TIME:

718 binge minutes (se.1) / 756 binge minutes (se.2)

 ASPECT RATIO:

1.78 : 1 (se.1) / 2.00 : 1 (se.2)

 SOUND MIX:

Dolby Digital

 ORIGINAL LANGUAGE:

English (various subtitle languages also available)

 CAMERA:

Panasonic VariCam 35, Hawk V-Lite and Leica Summilux-C Lenses / Panavision Millennium DXL (se.1) / Red Helium 8K (se.2)

 PROCESS:

Digital Intermediate (4k) (master format) / Dolby Vision / HDR10 / Hawk Scope (anamorphic)

business details

 PRODUCTION:

July Moon Productions / Kicked to the Curb Productions / Anonymous Content / Paramount Television

 DISTRIBUTION:

Netflix / Viacom

 RELEASE DATES:

31 Mar. 2017 (se.1) / 18 May 2018 (se.2)

 PRODUCTION BUDGET:

$5M /episode

worth noting

 AWARDS:

Nominated for 1 Golden Globe Award. Another 2 wins & 6 nominations

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13 Reasons Why stars Dylan Minnette; Katherine Langford; Christian Navarro; Alisha Boe; Brandon Flynn; Justin Prentice; Miles Heizer; Ross Butler; Devin Druid; Amy Hargreaves; Derek Luke; Kate Walsh; Timothy Granaderos; Michele Selene Ang; Steven Silver; Bryce Cass; Tommy Dorfman; Ajiona Alexus; Josh Hamilton, and more!

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"Tape 1, Side A"

As the school mourns the death of Hannah Baker, her friend Clay receives a box of tapes with messages she recorded before she committed suicide.

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13 Reasons Why stars Dylan Minnette; Katherine Langford; Christian Navarro; Alisha Boe; Brandon Flynn; Justin Prentice; Miles Heizer; Ross Butler; Devin Druid; Amy Hargreaves; Derek Luke; Kate Walsh; Timothy Granaderos; Michele Selene Ang; Steven Silver; Bryce Cass; Tommy Dorfman; Ajiona Alexus; Josh Hamilton, and more!

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Hannah makes friends with Jessica and Alex, two other new students. Justin doesn't show up at school, and Hannah's mother finds something troubling.

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13 Reasons Why stars Dylan Minnette; Katherine Langford; Christian Navarro; Alisha Boe; Brandon Flynn; Justin Prentice; Miles Heizer; Ross Butler; Devin Druid; Amy Hargreaves; Derek Luke; Kate Walsh; Timothy Granaderos; Michele Selene Ang; Steven Silver; Bryce Cass; Tommy Dorfman; Ajiona Alexus; Josh Hamilton, and more!