This image released by Netflix shows Katherine Langford in a scene from the series, “13 Reasons Why,” which is about a teenager who commits suicide. The stomach-turning suicide scene has triggered criticism from some mental-health advocates that it romanticizes suicide and even prompted many schools across the country to send warning letters to parents and guardians. The show’s creators are unapologetic, saying their frank depiction of teen life needs to be — unflinching and raw.
This image released by Netflix shows Katherine Langford in a scene from the series, “13 Reasons Why,” which is about a teenager who commits suicide. The stomach-turning suicide scene has triggered criticism from some mental-health advocates that it romanticizes suicide and even prompted many schools across the country to send warning letters to parents and guardians. The show’s creators are unapologetic, saying their frank depiction of teen life needs to be — unflinching and raw. Beth Dubber The Associated Press
This image released by Netflix shows Katherine Langford in a scene from the series, “13 Reasons Why,” which is about a teenager who commits suicide. The stomach-turning suicide scene has triggered criticism from some mental-health advocates that it romanticizes suicide and even prompted many schools across the country to send warning letters to parents and guardians. The show’s creators are unapologetic, saying their frank depiction of teen life needs to be — unflinching and raw. Beth Dubber The Associated Press

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