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Hannah seeks help from Mr. Porter, the school counselor. Clay plays the new tape for Tony and weighs what to do next.
The episode was rated 8.39 from 3662 votes.
Clay and Hannah grow closer. While Clay spends a heartbreaking night listening to his tape with Tony, tensions boil over at Bryce's house.
The episode was rated 8.18 from 3574 votes.
Hannah winds up at a party after an argument with her parents. The students are served with subpoenas, and Justin wrestles with conflicting loyalties.
The episode was rated 8.18 from 3419 votes.
A distraught Hannah gets a ride home from the party. Jessica's behavior grows increasingly erratic, and Clay learns the truth behind a tragedy.
The episode was rated 8.00 from 3398 votes.
Hannah witnesses a traumatic event at a summertime party. Clay tries to reason with Justin, and Marcus warns him that the worst is yet to come.
The episode was rated 7.96 from 3410 votes.
Chaos erupts at school in the aftermath of Bryce's testimony. Jessica tells Chloe about the clubhouse. Alex's memories come rushing back.
The episode was rated 7.96 from 1242 votes.
Threats against Clay and the others escalate. Tyler faces disciplinary action. Justin testifies about Bryce, putting his own future at risk.
The episode was rated 7.94 from 1214 votes.
The pressure of Clay’s arrest leads his friends to make risky decisions, and the full story of the brawl that erupted at homecoming emerges.
The episode was rated 7.88 from 601 votes.
Another student sabotages Hannah during a class project. Clay's nightmares about Hannah spill over into the daytime.
The episode was rated 7.85 from 3486 votes.
Tyler goes out with Cyrus's sister. Chloe confronts Bryce about the tapes. Jess wonders if she's ready to date again. Mr. Porter wrestles with regret.
The episode was rated 7.84 from 1228 votes.
Inspired by a friend's poetry reading, Hannah pours her heart out. Tony confides in Clay about the night of Hannah's death.The episode was rated from 3509 votes.
Tony opens up about his past. Sheri devises a plan to get into the clubhouse. Mr. Porter tries to help Justin. Zach and Bryce butt heads.The episode was rated from 1197 votes.
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.The episode was rated from 4781 votes.
Hannah thinks someone is stalking her and sets a trap. Hannah's mother confronts the principal, and Clay strikes back at someone who wronged Hannah.The episode was rated from 3684 votes.
Hannah and Clay connect at the school dance, but a crass rumor ruins the mood. Clay takes Courtney to visit Hannah's grave.The episode was rated from 3610 votes.
Mr. Porter interviews students about Clay, who pleads his innocence to Mrs. Walker. Learning Porter counseled Bryce, Clay and Ani question his motives.The episode was rated from 611 votes.
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.The episode was rated from 4146 votes.
Hannah's date on Valentine's Day doesn't go as planned. Alex gets in a big fight at school and has to face the honor board.The episode was rated from 3495 votes.
Clay tries to figure out where the Polaroids were taken. Justin shows up at school. Zach's revelation about Hannah takes everyone by surprise.The episode was rated from 1297 votes.
Jealousy and gossip take a toll on Hannah's relationships. As Alex struggles with feelings regret, the guys pressure Clay into getting drunk.The episode was rated from 3860 votes.
Last updated: nov 18, 2022
So fucking painful to watch. Almost done with it as I'm writing this, and I _want_ to finish it, but shit, it's really hard. And good. Very good.
i was very pleasantly surprised with this. i tend to be wary about book adaptations, but this is one of the rare exceptions where i'll say that, in my opinion, the adaptation has an edge over the book. yes, there **are** changes from the book, as with all book-to-film or book-to-tv adaptations, but i believe that, in this case, almost every change benefited the story. the characters are what really stand out in this. as i recall from the book, some of the characters felt a bit one dimensional to me, or were at least looked at in a more or less black/white light, mainly due to understandable time constraints within the novel. a thirteen episode series really lets them shine. the characters are more developed and viewable in a more morally grey light, which really makes you feel for (most) of them. and i personally feel these characters are what make "13 reasons why" stand out from the typical teen drama. netflix continues to be one of the (if not THE) best platforms for entertainment out there.
The book was very good... but damn the show was incredible. Thank you Netflix.
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