13 Reasons Why (2017)

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Also known as:
Title Year Country Comment
13 Reasons Why original title
Trembëdhjetë arsyet Albania
Por 13 razones Argentina
13 Reasons Why Australia
Os 13 Porquês Brazil
13 причини защо Bulgaria Bulgarian title
13 Reasons Why Canada English title
Trinaest razloga Croatia
Døde piger lyver ikke Denmark
13 Reasons Why France
Tote Mädchen lügen nicht Germany
Δεκατρία Γιατί Greece
13 okom volt Hungary
13 Reasons Why India Hindi title
Tredici Italy
13の理由 Japan Japanese title
13 Reasons Why Mexico
Cele treisprezece motive Moldova
Trzynaście powodów Poland
Por 13 Razões Portugal
Cele treisprezece motive Romania
13 причин почему Russia
13 разлога Serbia
13 Dôvodov Prečo Slovakia
Por trece razones Spain
Tretton skäl varför Sweden
漢娜的遺言 Taiwan
13 Neden Turkey Turkish title, alternative title
Ölmek İçin On Üç Sebep Turkey Turkish title, alternative title
13 причин чому Ukraine
13 Reasons Why UK
13 Reasons Why USA
13 Lí Do Tại Sao Vietnam
Thirteen Reasons Why World-wide English title, alternative spelling
Thirteen Reasons Why alternative spelling
Type: TV Series
Keywords: suicide, based on novel, depression, voice over narration, death of a loved one
Seasons: 4
Year: 2017
Runtime: 60 minutes
MPAA:
Country Rating
Argentina 16
Australia MA15+
Brazil 18
Canada 18A
France 18
Germany 16
India 16+
Italy VM14
Japan R18+
Malaysia 18
Mexico TV-MA
Netherlands 16
New Zealand RP18
Norway 16
Russia 16+
Singapore M18
South Korea 18
Spain 16
Turkey 15+
United Kingdom 18
United States TV-MA
Vietnam C18
Rating: 7.7
Votes: 246183
Languages: English
Country: USA
Genre: Drama
All Genres: Drama, Mystery
Colors: Color
Sound: Dolby Digital
Tagline: If you're listening, you're too late.
Director:
Name Role
Jessica Yu (6 episodes, 2017-2019)
Kyle Patrick Alvarez (4 episodes, 2017-2018)
Gregg Araki (4 episodes, 2017-2018)
Michael Morris (4 episodes, 2018-2019)
Kevin Dowling (4 episodes, 2019)
Carl Franklin (2 episodes, 2017)
Tom McCarthy (2 episodes, 2017)
Helen Shaver (2 episodes, 2017)
Kat Candler (2 episodes, 2018)
Eliza Hittman (2 episodes, 2018)
Karen Moncrieff (2 episodes, 2018)
Aurora Guerrero (2 episodes, 2019)
Bronwen Hughes (2 episodes, 2019)
Sunu Gonera (2 episodes, 2020)
Russell Mulcahy (2 episodes, 2020)
Brenda Strong (2 episodes, 2020)
Michael Sucsy (2 episodes, 2020)
John T. Kretchmer (1 episode, 2019)
Tommy Lohmann (1 episode, 2020)
Brian Yorkey (1 episode, 2020)
Writing By:
Name Role
Jay Asher (book) (49 episodes, 2017-2020)
Brian Yorkey (creator) (49 episodes, 2017-2020)
Julia Bicknell (15 episodes, 2017-2019)
Nic Sheff (14 episodes, 2017-2018)
Rohit Kumar (14 episodes, 2018-2019)
Felischa Marye (14 episodes, 2018-2019)
Kirk A. Moore (9 episodes, 2017-2018)
Thomas Higgins (8 episodes, 2017-2020)
Hayley Tyler (8 episodes, 2017-2020)
Allen MacDonald (5 episodes, 2019-2020)
M.K. Malone (3 episodes, 2019-2020)
Elizabeth Benjamin (2 episodes, 2017)
Diana Son (2 episodes, 2017)
Marissa Jo Cerar (2 episodes, 2018)
Helen Shang (2 episodes, 2019)
Trevor Marti Smith (2 episodes, 2019)
Evangeline Ordaz (2 episodes, 2020)
Nathan Louis Jackson (1 episode, 2017)
Mfoniso Udofia (1 episode, 2019)
Franky Gonzalez (1 episode, 2020)
Sahar Jahani (1 episode, 2020)
Produced By:
Name Role
Kim M. Cybulski co-producer / producer (49 episodes, 2017-2020)
Selena Gomez executive producer (49 episodes, 2017-2020)
Thomas Higgins co-executive producer / co-producer / supervising producer (49 episodes, 2017-2020)
Kristel Laiblin executive producer (49 episodes, 2017-2020)
Tom McCarthy executive producer (49 episodes, 2017-2020)
Michael Sugar executive producer (49 episodes, 2017-2020)
Mandy Teefey executive producer (49 episodes, 2017-2020)
Hayley Tyler co-executive producer / co-producer / supervising producer (49 episodes, 2017-2020)
Joy Gorman Wettels executive producer (49 episodes, 2017-2020)
Brian Yorkey executive producer (49 episodes, 2017-2020)
Steve Golin executive producer (42 episodes, 2017-2020)
Jay Asher consulting producer (36 episodes, 2017-2020)
Thomas Glinkowski co-producer / associate producer (36 episodes, 2018-2020)
Ron Rapiel co-producer (36 episodes, 2018-2020)
Barbara D'Alessandro producer (26 episodes, 2018-2019)
Allen MacDonald co-executive producer / executive producer (23 episodes, 2019-2020)
Kyle Patrick Alvarez consulting producer (15 episodes, 2018-2019)
Michael Morris consulting producer / executive producer (15 episodes, 2018-2019)
Elizabeth Benjamin co-executive producer (13 episodes, 2017)
Joe Incaprera producer (13 episodes, 2017)
Nathan Louis Jackson co-producer (13 episodes, 2017)
Diana Son executive producer (13 episodes, 2017)
Marissa Jo Cerar supervising producer (13 episodes, 2018)
Nic Sheff co-producer (13 episodes, 2018)
Helen Shang co-producer (13 episodes, 2019)
Jane Bartelme producer (10 episodes, 2020)
Evangeline Ordaz co-executive producer (10 episodes, 2020)
John T. Kretchmer executive producer / co-executive producer (9 episodes, 2019-2020)
Kat Candler consulting producer (9 episodes, 2019)
Quinton Peeples consulting producer (2 episodes, 2019)
Jessica Yu consulting producer (2 episodes, 2019)
Music:
Name Role
Brendan Angelides (49 episodes, 2017-2020)
Cast:
Name Role
Dylan Minnette Clay Jensen
Christian Navarro Tony Padilla
Alisha Boe Jessica Davis
Brandon Flynn Justin Foley
Justin Prentice Bryce Walker
Ross Butler Zach Dempsey
Devin Druid Tyler Down
Amy Hargreaves Lainie Jensen
Miles Heizer Alex Standall
Timothy Granaderos Montgomery de la Cruz
Michael Sadler Jock
Josh Hamilton Matt Jensen
Caleb Pilkenton Jock
Katherine Langford Hannah Baker
Derek Luke Kevin Porter
Kate Walsh Olivia Baker
Mark Pellegrino Deputy Standall
Steven Weber Principal Gary Bolan
Mia Jómor Student
Grace Saif Ani Achola
Tyler Barnhardt Charlie St. George
Austin Aaron Luke Holliday
Brenda Strong Nora Walker
Michele Selene Ang Courtney Crimsen
RJ Brown Caleb
Bryce Cass Cyrus
Joseph C. Phillips Greg Davis
Wilson Cruz Dennis Vasquez
Anne Winters Chloe Rice
Ajiona Alexus Sheri Holland
Tommy Dorfman Ryan Shaver
Ke'Mari Moore Jock
Benito Martinez Sheriff Daughtry
Steven Silver Marcus Cole
Brian d'Arcy James Andy Baker
Deaken Bluman Winston
Tiffany Wong Core Activist
Chelsea Alden Mackenzie
Brandon Butler Scott Reed
Keon Motakhaveri Chad Moore
James Cretan Eric Cox
Samantha Logan Nina Jones
Allison Miller Sonya Struhl
Nana Mensah Amara Josephine Achola
Mason Guccione Toby Fletcher
Sosie Bacon Skye Miller
Richard Gross Judge Campbell
Jan Luis Castellanos Diego Torres
Gary Sinise Dr. Robert Ellman
Matthew Alan Seth
Cindy Cheung Karen Dempsey
Brandon Scott Coach Kerba
Meredith Monroe Carolyn Standall
Kelli O'Hara Jackie
Inde Navarrette Estela de la Cruz
Renny Madlena Deputy Estrada
Bryan Box Jamie Garrison
Maria Dizzia Mrs. Down
Tom Everett Scott Mr. Down
Bryan Irwin Thompson Jock
Keiko Agena Pam Bradley
Brandon Larracuente Jeff Atkins
Reed Diamond Hansen Foundry
Ben Lawson Rick Wlodimierz
Bex Taylor-Klaus Casey
Andrea Roth Noelle Davis
Jake Weber Barry Walker
Jackie Geary Amber Foley
Matt Passmore Officer Ted
Robert Walker Branchaud Deputy Collins
Joey Chacho Ramón Ordoñez
Robert Gant Todd Crimsen
Parminder Nagra Priya Singh
Kimiko Gelman Vice Principal Jane Childs
Gary Perez Arturo Padilla
Alex MacNicoll Peter Standall
Dorian Lockett Coach Patrick
Ron Roggé Coach Morris
Spence Moore II Michael
Callan Taylor Cheerleader #2
Marcus DeAnda Mr. de la Cruz
Hart Denton Dean Holbrook
Henry Zaga Brad
Kyle Naylor Troy Samuels
Moises Chavez Javier
Brittany Perry-Russell Tracy Porter
Karen Kahn Secretary
Phil Austin Warren
Mikiko Edwards Cheerleader #1
Ross Turner Mr. Wood
Ray Raymundo Oscar Arroyo
Raymond J. Barry Mr. Chatham
Alex Quijano Steve Crimsen
David Douglas Andrew Gerges
Darren Naylor Pizza Guy
Taylor Elizabeth Activist #1
Anna Zavelson May Dempsey
Ian Ousley Robby Corman
Dan Marotte Spencer
Mostafa Elmorsy Walker Associate
Dylan Murphy Carty
Ranbir Sanghara Pharmacist
Tony Vella Lucas
Sassy Parks Football Fan
Sean Blakemore Edward Cole
Uriah Shelton Pratters
Tom Maden Robert Wells
Giorgia Whigham Kat
Elissa Stebbins Mrs. Winter
Alex Cioffi Shawn Dunn
Jackie Dallas Ms. Oakley
Laura Covelli Mrs. Cusick
Ellen Ho Ashley
Alisha Mullally Sadie
Gabrielle Haugh Laura
Hannah Payne Stephanie
Hannah Perko-Engel Girl #1
Yadira Guevara-Prip Valerie Diaz
Jeffrey Vincent Parise Will Walker
Tasha B H-O Club Girl #1
Cody Banta Boxer
Tim Lajcik SRO #2
Makenzie Vega Sarah Carlin
Shawn Patrick Clifford Cashier
Rocky Capella Referee
Christine M. Flores Mrs. Rosa Padilla
Gigi Benson Ms. Paul
Michael Cariglio Deputy #3
Braian Rivera Jimenez Fernando
Adam Stephenson Austin James
Austin Green Hipster Artist
Jeanette Pavini Mrs. Maureen Carlin
YaYa Gosselin Graciella Padilla
Taylor Munck Activist #3
Hank Greenspan Young Justin
Sheena Midori Cheer Friend #2
Blake Webb Tim Pozzi
Kseniya Yumasheva Activist #4
Whitney Albright Leah
Maddison Bullock Cheerleader
Reynaldo Gallegos Alejandro
Kate Burton Doctor
Andrew McCarthy Mr. St. George
Lisa Anne Morrison Mrs. Antilly
Johnny Sneed Harris Atkins
Christian Brochard Beecher
Felicia Miracle Cipolla Carla
Presciliana Esparolini Mrs. Atkins
Elizabeth Twining Melody
Katie Baker Elle
Juliana Destefano Bree
Jamie Taylor Ballesta Sophomore Girl
Molly Goode Lynda
Dik Martin Mr. Cantrell
Soma Mitra Ms. Lundquist
AnnieScott Rogers Mrs. Cantrell
Sally Pressman Chloe's Mother
Rebecca Philipsen Girl #1
Keyara Milliner Nerd with Phone
Millie DeBenedet Mother
Shannon Lujan Coach Loftin
Ravina Nagra Cheerleader
Lori Bluvas Doctor
Ren Hanami Social Worker
Marcel Nahapetian 7-Year-Old Boy
Briana Price Moderator
Megan Suri
Nick Pugliese Larry Kotter
Pressley Slattery Little Girl
Reggie Steele Ref
Erik Braa Protester Two
Matthew Bronars SIG #1
Valentina Guerra Assistant
Alya Lei Parent #1
Danielle O'Dea Theresa the Barista
Jessica Yeh Maria
Dylan Eichler Luke's Little Brother
Mujahid Abdul-Rashid Detective
Emelina Adams Presmilla
Brandon Brown Jeremy
Mac Guerreiro Freshman Girl
Kelsey Hogan Parent #2
Brian Castellanos Marco
Casey Ford Alexander Josh
Marwa Bernstein Interviewer #5
Challen Cates Evelyn Williams
Matthew Barnick EMT #1
Antonimar Murphy Angie Romero
Marcus Drew Steele Waiter Dude
Chris Damon Officer
Ogy Durham Interviewer #3
Justin Chao EMT #2
Robert Larriviere Mr. Squires
Dorsey Vaughn Peakes Elijah Davis
Anthony Rapp Priest
Sarah Hayon Counselor
Jeannine Lewis Teacher
Cody Bollinger Boxing Opponent
Bobby Burkich Aaron
Bryan Fitzgerald Brady
John Gloria Interviewer #6
Desiree Constance Choy Girl #2
Victor Hawks Mr. Mclean
Sarah Avila Liberty Girl #1
Michelle Fang Protestor #2
Julian Longmire Athlete
Natalie Lander Amanda
Andrew Tinpo Lee Orderly
George Maguire Wally
James Coker SRO #1
Sean Connick Football Player
Sharline Liu Desk Officer
James Thompson SIG #2
Matthew Jain EMT #1
Brandon Black Garrett
Ellen Cate Liberty Girl #3
John Farmanesh-Bocca Rodan
Veronica St. Clair Heidi
Zach Tinker Grayson
Ainsley Bailey Dee
Blaine Gray Mr. George Dempsey
Lauren Helling Katya
Liberty Lynn Pierson Monet's Manager
Jeff Davis Captain
John Ryan McLaughlin Gun Dealer
Jamal Trulove DJ
Emma Zander Drunk Girl
Matthew de Salvo Matt
Karenna Miller Protestor #3
Teirrah McNair Interviewer #4
Katrina Kroetch Girl #2
Brett Baker Judge Purdy
James Coyle Store Manager
Nicky Dyal Stripper
Robert Joseph Officer #1
Emily Radosevich Girl #1
Daryl Keith Johnson Guard
Matt K. Miller Minister Weeks
James Morrison Reese Protestor Three
Brant Rotnem Interviewer #2
Ronan Carroll Young Bryce
Scott Lanier Umpire
Regina Oliver Employee
Kristina Kingston Desk Officer
Chris Marroy Hillcrest Coach
Trevor B. Nagle Deputy
Keisha Riley Medical Assistant
Alain Ali Washnevsky Interviewer #1
Shay Fernàndez Nurse
Marisa Rosas Marisa
Indar Smith Damon
Peter Edward Mussad Lawyer
Michael Ray Wisely Coach Ross
Emilie Talbot Group Leader
Irina Voronina Ivanka
Valerie Weak Mrs. Miller
Alyson Schacherer Woman Protestor
Emilio Villalobos Raul
Jared Scott Boies
Tijon Hill Random Kid
Derek Rivera Student
Hansel Ramírez Fixer
Colin Thomson Protestor One
David Kallaway Lewis
Joshua Robben Grungy-Looking Student
Cascius LaFleur Squatter Girl
Meagan Noel Liberty Girl #2
Christopher Michael Holley Deputy Holley
Kuzari Kinchen Loud Boy
Blake Hansen Prosecutor
Thomas Lazare Bailiff
Praise Santos Liberty Girl #4
Clarke Hollingsworth Tamika
Jonathan Perez Skater Guy
Katherine Stein Mrs. De La Cruz
Nican Robinson Nurse
Alex Straser Tall Kid
Pat Thurston Forewoman
Al Vicente Vice Principal
William W. Barbour Teacher
Jeff Redlick Pedestrian
Marissa Monet Freeman Student
Georgia Pellkofer Student
Jesus N Jimenez Student
Nick Ryan Monet's Barista
Yianni Apostolopolous Student
Steve Dakota Courtroom Onlooker
Jacqueline Quale Student
Zach Prusak Jock
Nina Cheek Student
Carolyn Fluehr Student
ScharyPearl Fugitt Student
Jaegar Moore Student
Sullivan Rutherford Student
Brandon Kraus Jock
Nick Fenske Onlooker
Megan Stack Student
James Haruo Saito Courtroom Onlooker
Rachel DeAngelis Student
Ronnie Yelverton Press
Vanessa Ross Monet's Waitress
Jillian Nordby Amanda K.- Cheerleader
Meghan Barrett Student
Lily Oehm Cheerleader
Cassie Hendry Student
Vaughn Myovich Student
Shadia Iman Student
Rachel Thurow Boxer
Eric L. Horwitz Student
Joey Ruggiero Student
Lindsay Peak Funeral Attendee
Dustin Forrester Sonya's Associate
Jim Anderson Football Coach (Recurring)
David M Sandoval Jr. Football Coach
James D. Weston II Deputy
Arianna Juarceys Student
Lisa Hitchcock Kallstrom Press
Rachel Matsuoka Monet's Waitress
Thomas Dalby Boxer
Alexander Gomez Theater Usher
Kevin Carscallen Student
Tim Baylar Student
Kenny Beers Movie Theater Patron
Steven J. Durham Monet's Patron
Travis Neal Student
Tarin Breuner Student
Linda Joy Henry Hannah Supporter
Debra Norton-Miller Court Room Onlooker
Marcella Bragio Coffee Shop Patron
Adi Freeman Computer Teacher
Marissa Bell Cheerleader
Allie Duncan Student
Natasha Vanessa Harried High School Student
Kejuan London Keith Student
Christopher Leong Boxer
Stephanie Holden Student
Thomas W. Stewart Courtroom Onlooker
Jonathan White Boxing Cut Man
Napoleon Highbrou Football Trainer
Lisa Marie Anderson Parent
David L. Schormann SRO Officer
Monterey Morrissey Football Fan
Adam Weber Football Crowd
Joseph Camilleri Pedestrian, Teacher
Felix Chu Student
Eden Knodel Student
Ray Medved Teacher
Regan Gerdes Student
Andre Lesley Football Game Attendee
Sophia Marcs Librarian
Tamilee Espinosa Movie Theatre Patron
Marie Finch Courtroom Onlooker
David Jon Foster School Maintenance Worker
Andrea Kersten Student
Yvette Miner Football Game Attendee
Branson Quirke Student
Brandon E. Lee Hillcrest Student
T.J. Shaw Liberty Football Player
Doug Boethin Monet's Patron
Phylicia Rashad Pastor
Brandon Sam Graduating Student
Cabran E. Chamberlain Basketball Coach
Heidi Michaelis Driver
Anne-Marie Olsen Supporter
Patrick Stanley Parent
Ken Thrift Monet Patron
Steven Wiig Officer Biava
Michael Nathan Arias Student
William Clements Teacher
Thomas Fonseca Teacher
Joey Kroh Coffee Shop Patron
Tyler McDanniel Movie Patron
Daniel McGraw Student
Patricia Simmons Office Adm.
Mikkel Simons Student
John Ozuna Boxer
Danyel Areff Football Game Attendee
Alan Chow Mikey Chen
Shaun Clawson Football Fan
Kim Christopher Codella Arcade Customer
Apollo Garza Courtroom Bailiff
Jake Hanson Juror
Ava Mracek Football Game Attendee
Daphne O'Neal Mrs. Cole
Bailey Standley Student
Micheal Wellington Liberty High Parent
Robert Chestnut Hill Crest Head Coach
Ashley Heimbach High School Student
Natalie Stephany Aguilar Student
Kyle Audiss Student
Gladys Caruso Basketball Spectator
Judy Cerda Teacher
Dylan Kento Curtis Halloween Trick or Treater
Cheryl Fonseca Lunch Lady
London Freeman Student
Sofia Guglielmelli Student
Hong Phuc Ho Chung Student
George Ison Hornets Coach
Alana Jacqueline Walplex Child Shopper
Chris A. Liscomb Lawyer
John Lobato Theatre Customer
Jill Lonardo High School Teacher
Mary Lu Marr High School Teacher
Conner R. Olson Student
Mario Perez Tony's Brother
Boston Rush Freeman Neighborhood Boy
Kimberly Ryans Teacher
Andrei Sabillon Basketball Spectator
Kirsty Sabillon Movie Patron
Shirley Sabillon Basketball Spectator
Brian Sampson Evergreen Police Officer
Jesse Shaffer Student
Bonnie Jean Shelton Core Teacher
Jonathan Christopher Snyder Administrator
Kate Sterling Patron
Bobby Ysip Pedestrian
Kimberly Allen Lawyer
Joseph Amey Court Room Onlooker
Jennifer Black Pedestrian
Shane Burrows Juror
Kadrolsha Ona Carole Deputy Kate
Matt Cipro Student in Hallway Fight
Carl Collanus Gym Goer
Jacob Dadanian High School Student
John Demakas Juror
Matt Emig Student in Hallway Fight
Kenley Gaffke Press
Martin P Medrano Jr. Monet's Patron
Erin Nolan Therapy Group Woman
Tom O'Reilly Lawyer
John Orantes Liberty High Track Athlete
Emily Peachey Student
Michael Andrew Reed Hannah Supporter
Thomas Ross Reporter
Lin Shukla Pedestrian
Sara Strunk Student
Jimi Wheeler Lifeguard
Sandra Zepeda Student
Lee Braithwaite Librarian
James Bumatai Football Coach
Michael Ryan Burns The Fisherman
Blake Coronado Student
Derek Crowe Memorial Attendee
Nadeep Meqabis Mike EL Neighbor
Cha-tah Ellem Boxer
Emmy Escalante Student
Hayley Gagner Pedestrian
Douglas Gawoski Wealthy Friend of Family
Michael J. Gwynn Police Inspector Detective
Rachael Hadassah Assembly Student
Tom Hart Funeral Attendee
Jason F. Knittle II Student
Andrew Koponen Detective
Jeff Lipary Boxer
Kenny Lorenzetti Football Coach
William Marx Monet's Patron
Taylor Meyers Football Fan
Rick Richardson Sheriff Admin
Joanne Sarich Monet's Patron
Casey Schryer Student
Johnny Walkr Jr. Football Coach
Braxton Wells Student
Asheesh Williams Game Attendee
Cassandra Areff Student at Prom
Dominique Denny Football Date
Richie Gray Boxing Spectator
Rachelle Highbrou Sheriff Deputy
Selina Hui Parent
Jake Zingg Graduating Student
Plot Outline: Follows teenager Clay Jensen, in his quest to uncover the story behind his classmate and crush, Hannah, and her decision to end her life.
Plot:
  • Follows teenager Clay Jensen, in his quest to uncover the story behind his classmate and crush, Hannah, and her decision to end her life. - Studio
  • Thirteen Reasons Why, based on the best-selling books by Jay Asher, follows teenager Clay Jensen (Dylan Minnette) as he returns home from school to find a mysterious box with his name on it lying on his porch. Inside he discovers a group of cassette tapes recorded by Hannah Baker (Katherine Langford) -his classmate and crush-who tragically committed suicide two weeks earlier. On tape, Hannah unfolds an emotional audio diary, detailing the thirteen reasons why she decided to end her life. Through Hannah and Clay's dual narratives, Thirteen Reasons Why weaves an intricate and heartrending story of confusion and desperation that will deeply affect viewers. - Studio
  • Clay Jensen returns home from school one day to find a mysterious box with his name on it outside his front door. Inside he discovers a series of cassette tapes recorded by Hannah Baker - his classmate and crush. Only, she committed suicide two weeks earlier. On the first tape, Hannah explains that there are thirteen reasons why she did what she did. And Clay is one of them. You can't stop the future. You can't rewind the past. The only way to learn the secret, is to press play. - Anne-Charlotte
  • 13 Reasons Why is based on the New York Times bestselling YA book by Jay Asher, was created by Pulitzer Prize and Tony Award winner Brian Yorkey, who also wrote the pilot. 13 Reasons Why is the story of Hannah Baker, a high schooler who commits suicide. Clay receives a box of tapes from Hannah, his late classmate and crush after she kills herself. On the tapes, which get passed along to other students based on Hannah's instructions, Hannah reveals the 13 reasons why she took her own life. - ahmetkozan
  • The recordings of a girl named Hannah Baker who commited suicide, helping her lover Clay Jensen uncover the story behind her suicide and confronting each and every single of the culprits who lead her to commit suicide. The story is a dark route of a girl who faces unfaithful behaviors of the people from her new residental school and so called friends. - ankit patil
Taglines:
  • If you're listening, you're too late.
Episodes: Season 1, Episode 1: Tape 1, Side A (Original Air Date: 31 Mar. 2017)
As the school mourns the death of Hannah Baker, her friend Clay receives a box of tapes with messages she recorded before committing suicide.

Season 1, Episode 2: Tape 1, Side B (Original Air Date: 31 Mar. 2017)
Hannah makes friends with Jessica and Alex, two other new students. Justin doesn't show up at school; Hannah's mother finds something troubling.

Season 1, Episode 3: Tape 2, Side A (Original Air Date: 31 Mar. 2017)
Jealousy and gossip take a toll on Hannah's relationships; Alex struggles with feelings of regret; Clay is pressured into getting drunk.

Season 1, Episode 4: Tape 2, Side B (Original Air Date: 31 Mar. 2017)
Hannah thinks someone is stalking her and sets a trap; Hannah's mother confronts the principal; Clay strikes back at someone who wronged Hannah.

Season 1, Episode 5: Tape 3, Side A (Original Air Date: 31 Mar. 2017)
Hannah and Clay connect at the school dance, but a crass rumor ruins the mood. Clay takes Courtney to visit Hannah's grave.

Season 1, Episode 6: Tape 3, Side B (Original Air Date: 31 Mar. 2017)
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.

Season 1, Episode 7: Tape 4, Side A (Original Air Date: 31 Mar. 2017)
Another student sabotages Hannah during a class project. Clay's nightmares about Hannah spill over into the daytime.

Season 1, Episode 8: Tape 4, Side B (Original Air Date: 31 Mar. 2017)
Inspired by a friend's poetry reading, Hannah pours her heart out. Tony confides in Clay about the night of Hannah's death.

Season 1, Episode 9: Tape 5, Side A (Original Air Date: 31 Mar. 2017)
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.

Season 1, Episode 10: Tape 5, Side B (Original Air Date: 31 Mar. 2017)
A distraught Hannah gets a ride home from the party. Jessica's behavior grows increasingly erratic, and Clay learns the truth behind a tragedy.

Season 1, Episode 11: Tape 6, Side A (Original Air Date: 31 Mar. 2017)
Clay and Hannah grow closer. While Clay spends a heartbreaking night listening to his tape with Tony, tensions boil over at Bryce's house.

Season 1, Episode 12: Tape 6, Side B (Original Air Date: 31 Mar. 2017)
Hannah winds up at a party after an argument with her parents. The students are served with subpoenas, and Justin wrestles with conflicting loyalties.

Season 1, Episode 13: Tape 7, Side A (Original Air Date: 31 Mar. 2017)
Hannah seeks help from Mr. Porter, the school counselor. Clay plays the new tape for Tony and weighs what to do next.

Season 2, Episode 1: The First Polaroid (Original Air Date: 18 May 2018)
Five months after Hannah's death, the case against Liberty goes to trial, with Tyler as the first witness. Clay finds a troubling photo in his locker.

Season 2, Episode 2: Two Girls Kissing (Original Air Date: 18 May 2018)
Courtney makes a brave decision. Clay's memories of Hannah drive a wedge between him and Skye. Someone trashes the yearbook office.

Season 2, Episode 3: The Drunk Slut (Original Air Date: 18 May 2018)
Worried about threats against them, Alex and Clay urge Jessica to testify about Bryce. Clay enlists Tony's help to find a potential witness.

Season 2, Episode 4: The Second Polaroid (Original Air Date: 18 May 2018)
Clay hides a secret from his parents. Concerned about his reputation, Marcus lies in court. Jessica and Alex skip school together.

Season 2, Episode 5: The Chalk Machine (Original Air Date: 18 May 2018)
Tyler and Cyrus embrace their outsider status. Alex fights to recover his lost memories. Ryan and Mrs. Baker look to Hannah's poems for clues.

Season 2, Episode 6: The Smile at the End of the Dock (Original Air Date: 18 May 2018)
Clay tries to figure out where the Polaroids were taken. Justin shows up at school. Zach's revelation about Hannah takes everyone by surprise.

Season 2, Episode 7: The Third Polaroid (Original Air Date: 18 May 2018)
Alex blows up at Bryce. Someone blackmails Marcus. Clay testifies about the night he and Hannah spent together. Jessica experiences a flashback.

Season 2, Episode 8: The Little Girl (Original Air Date: 18 May 2018)
When Hannah's parents come under scrutiny, Jessica reaches out to Mrs. Baker. Justin struggles to stay clean. Clay reconnects with Skye.

Season 2, Episode 9: The Missing Page (Original Air Date: 18 May 2018)
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.

Season 2, Episode 10: Smile, Bitches (Original Air Date: 18 May 2018)
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.

Season 2, Episode 11: Bryce and Chloe (Original Air Date: 18 May 2018)
Chaos erupts at school in the aftermath of Bryce's testimony. Jessica tells Chloe about the clubhouse. Alex's memories come rushing back.

Season 2, Episode 12: The Box of Polaroids (Original Air Date: 18 May 2018)
Threats against Clay and the others escalate. Tyler faces disciplinary action. Justin testifies about Bryce, putting his own future at risk.

Season 2, Episode 13: Bye (Original Air Date: 18 May 2018)
One month later, Hannah's loved ones celebrate her life and find comfort in each other. Meanwhile, a brutal assault pushes one student over the edge.

Season 3, Episode 1: Yeah. I'm the New Girl (Original Air Date: 23 Aug. 2019)
The cops question Clay about Bryce's disappearance. Clay remembers the aftermath of Spring Fling, when he raced to cover Tyler's tracks and met Ani.

Season 3, Episode 2: If You're Breathing, You're a Liar (Original Air Date: 23 Aug. 2019)
After learning about Chloe's pregnancy, Clay and Ani pay her a visit. Chloe recalls how she leaned on Zach for support - and that Bryce never knew.

Season 3, Episode 3: The Good Person Is Indistinguishable from the Bad (Original Air Date: 23 Aug. 2019)
As the police investigation sets the school on edge, Ani remembers that Jessica confronted Bryce. Growing suspicious of Jess, Ani and Clay follow her.

Season 3, Episode 4: Angry, Young and Man (Original Air Date: 23 Aug. 2019)
After Tyler admits he still has a gun, the group keeps tabs on him at school. But their worry deepens when they learn he had a motive to kill Bryce.

Season 3, Episode 5: Nobody's Clean (Original Air Date: 23 Aug. 2019)
The police search the school after finding steroids in Bryce's car. Alex remembers how Bryce supported him after being dumped by Jessica.

Season 3, Episode 6: You Can Tell the Heart of a Man by How He Grieves (Original Air Date: 23 Aug. 2019)
The police bring in Tony for questioning. At Bryce's funeral, Ani uncovers two damning secrets.

Season 3, Episode 7: There Are a Number of Problems with Clay Jensen (Original Air Date: 23 Aug. 2019)
The police interrogate Justin and Clay about the night Clay pulled a gun on Bryce. Clay discovers that Ani and Bryce's bond ran deeper than he realized.

Season 3, Episode 8: In High School, Even on a Good Day, It's Hard to Tell Who's on Your Side (Original Air Date: 23 Aug. 2019)
Mr. Porter interviews students about Clay, who pleads his innocence to Mrs. Walker. Learning Porter counseled Bryce, Clay and Ani question his motives.

Season 3, Episode 9: Always Waiting for the Next Bad News (Original Air Date: 23 Aug. 2019)
The cops name Clay as a person of interest in the murder. Ani catches Justin in a lie after learning Bryce bailed him out of a dangerous situation.

Season 3, Episode 10: The World Closing In (Original Air Date: 23 Aug. 2019)
Hannah's mother returns to town. Urging Clay to protect himself, she reveals that there was more to Tony and Bryce's relationship than Clay knew.

Season 3, Episode 11: There Are a Few Things I Haven't Told You (Original Air Date: 23 Aug. 2019)
As the cops close in on Clay - their main suspect - violent confrontations at the homecoming game expose that everyone had a reason to kill Bryce.

Season 3, Episode 12: And Then the Hurricane Hit (Original Air Date: 23 Aug. 2019)
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.

Season 3, Episode 13: Let the Dead Bury the Dead (Original Air Date: 23 Aug. 2019)
Clay is released on bail, Ani puts a plan to exonerate him into action, and the truth about Bryce's murder finally comes to light.

Season 4, Episode 1: Winter Break (Original Air Date: 5 Jun. 2020)
The police question Tyler about the guns, leaving the friends rattled. Winston transfers to Liberty High after getting expelled from Hillcrest.

Season 4, Episode 2: College Tour (Original Air Date: 5 Jun. 2020)
After an incident at school, Clay thinks someone's trying to set him up. Zach and Clay land in hot water during a college tour.

Season 4, Episode 3: Valentine's Day (Original Air Date: 5 Jun. 2020)
As the school gears up for the Love Is Love dance on Valentine's Day, disturbing phone calls keep Clay from getting in the spirit.

Season 4, Episode 4: Senior Camping Trip (Original Air Date: 5 Jun. 2020)
Clay is forced to confront his anxiety on the senior camping trip as a suspicious email threatens to turn the friends against each other.

Season 4, Episode 5: House Party (Original Air Date: 5 Jun. 2020)
The Jensens make the boys take a drug test. When the Liberty parents learn about an upcoming party, Clay suspects that they're tracking the students.

Season 4, Episode 6: Thursday (Original Air Date: 5 Jun. 2020)
The school goes into lockdown and Clay, Tony and Justin worry about Tyler's whereabouts.

Season 4, Episode 7: College Interview (Original Air Date: 5 Jun. 2020)
Clay's mental health continues to decline as the friends wrestle with difficult emotions during their college admissions interviews.

Season 4, Episode 8: Acceptance/Rejection (Original Air Date: 5 Jun. 2020)
In the wake of the lockdown, the school is on edge -- and a troubling abuse of power pushes the students to take action.

Season 4, Episode 9: Prom (Original Air Date: 5 Jun. 2020)
When the dean begins a new investigation and threatens to cancel prom, the friends decide to confide in their parents...but not about everything.

Season 4, Episode 10: Graduation (Original Air Date: 5 Jun. 2020)
Strengthened by the struggles they've endured, the friends say goodbye to high school and look toward the future in an emotional series finale.

Filming Locations: Mare Island, Vallejo, California, USA, 415 Virginia Street, Vallejo, California, USA, 231 Bayview Street, San Rafael, California, USA, Mount Diablo, California, USA, 333 Georgia Street, Vallejo, California, USA, Analy High School - 6950 Analy Avenue, Sebastopol, California, USA, 419 Georgia Street, Vallejo, California, USA, Corte Madera, California, USA, Larkspur, California, USA, Deer Creek Village - 429 N McDowell Blvd, Petaluma, California, USA, Fernwood Cemetery, Mill Valley, California, USA, Martinez, California, USA, Crockett, California, USA, Belvedere, California, USA, Oakland, California, USA, 1320 Ohio Street, Vallejo, California, USA, West Oakland Amtrack Station, Oakland, California, USA
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New Girl Sucks!!!!
23 August 2019 | by rahulbatraSee all my reviews

I have seen 2 episodes of S3 and I cannot stand Ani...It took 2 seasons to understand all the characters and they are giving more screentime to the new chick, it doesn't work that way.

Movie Quotes:

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Hannah: Hey, Helmet.

Trailers: 13 Reasons Why: Season 4 (French Trailer 1 Subtitled)
13 Reasons Why: Season 4 (German Trailer 1 Subtitled)
13 Reasons Why: Season 4 (Dutch Trailer 1 Subtitled)
13 Reasons Why: Season 4 (Spanish/Spain Trailer 1 Subtitled)
13 Reasons Why: Season 4 (Latin America Market Trailer 1 Subtitled)
13 Reasons Why: Season 4
Final Trailer
13 Reasons Why: Who Killed Bryce Walker?
Final Season 3 Trailer
13 Reasons Why: Season 3 Official Trailer
Season 3 Trailer
13 Reasons Why: Date Announcement
13 Reasons Why: Season 3
13 Reasons Why: Hannah's Monologue
13 Reasons Why: Official Trailer
13 Reasons Why: Season 1
13 Reasons Why: Featurette
13 Reasons Why: Season 2
13 Reasons Why: Tips for High School
13 Reasons Why
13 Reasons Why
Official Trailer #2
Season 2 Trailer
Season 2 Date Announcement
Official Trailer
Goofs: We know about 3 Goofs. Here comes one of them:
Continuity In Episode 1 (and Tape 1, Side A) Hannah says that there are 13 sides to every story, and that this is the reason for making 13 tapes. However, at the time she recorded the first tape, she had only planned on making 12, which she reveals in Episode 12. She didn't intend to record a conversation with Mr. Porter until days later.
Trivia: There are 79 entries in the trivia list - like these:
  • Christian Navarro had to learn to drive and get his license before filming started to be able to drive the red Ford Mustang seen in the series.
  • On the "Thirteen Reasons Why" book website, you can listen to the entire series of recorded tapes. They're quite eerie, but they play out in an interesting (and spoiler-filled!) way.
  • Jay Asher was inspired to write the book when a family member tried to end their life through suicide. Some of the events that happen to Hannah are events that happened to teen girls in real life. He interviewed his wife and female colleagues for things that were hard or things they have never gotten over.
  • Katherine Langford (Hannah) purchased a piano while staying in San Rafael, California during filming. She would play it to help comfort herself between takes when feelings would become overly intense.
  • Neither Katherine Langford (Hannah) nor Dylan Minnette (Clay) had read the book "Thirteen Reasons Why" before being cast to star in the series. Langford read it in between being cast and filming, but Minette didn't want to confuse the character in the book with the character in the show, so he didn't read it.
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