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Mai veröffentlicht wurde. Sie knüpft an das Ende der ersten Staffel an und behandelt die Folgen von Hannah Bakers Tod sowie den komplizierten Heilungsprozess der anderen Figuren.
Noch vor der Veröffentlichung der dritten Staffel am August wurde die Herausgabe einer vierten und letzten Staffel bestätigt. Sie wurde abgedreht und am 5.
Juni veröffentlicht. Während manche Kulturkritiker die Serie aufgrund ihrer aufgegriffenen Thematiken um Mobbing , Gewalt , sexuelle Belästigung , Vergewaltigung und Suizid positiv bewerteten, wurde sie weltweit von Ärzten und Gesundheitsorganisationen kritisiert.
Auch wurde davor gewarnt, dass die Serie zu Trittbretttaten führen könnte. Die australische Gesundheitsorganisation Headspace kritisierte, dass die Serie gefährliche Inhalte mit dem Thema Suizid verbinde.
In Deutschland ist ein derartiger Anstieg der Anrufe und E-Mails in Bezug auf die Serie bei der Nummer gegen Kummer nicht zu verzeichnen.
Die Organisation Mindframe schloss sich der Kritik an, da derartige Szenen zu Nachahmungstaten führen könnten.
Headspace appelliert an Eltern, Schulen und Gesundheitsorganisationen, sich mit den Themen der Serie auseinanderzusetzen. Ute Lewitzka, Vorstandsmitglied der Deutschen Gesellschaft für Suizidprävention , hält die Kritik der Hilfsorganisationen und Arztkollegen für gerechtfertigt, auch wenn die Produzenten der Serie laut Lewitzka einen guten Ansatz verfolgten.
Lewitzka sagte, dass versucht werde, auf das Thema Suizid aufmerksam zu machen und aufzuklären, jedoch kritisierte sie die Art und Weise, wie das versucht wird.
Auch der Hinweis von Netflix , dass die Serie verstörend wirken könnte, wird als unzureichend kritisiert. Lewitzka vertritt die Meinung, dass die Serie für psychisch belastete Jugendliche und junge Erwachsene nicht geeignet sei.
Nic Sheff , der zum Autorenteam der Serie gehört, widersprach dem. So sagte er in einem Interview, dass die Serie den Zuschauer mit der Realität konfrontiere und verdeutlichte, dass Selbsttötung keine Erlösung, sondern qualvollen Horror darstelle.
Schauspielerin Kate Walsh forderte, dass Tote Mädchen lügen nicht als Pflichtprogramm in die Schulen aufgenommen werden müsse. Sie argumentierte, dass man sich an die Handlung des gleichnamigen Romans gehalten habe, und sagte, dass der Film das Werk von Jay Asher visualisiert darstelle.
Sie sagte, dass die Serie früher oder später kontrovers diskutiert werden würde. Das Thema Suizid sei nicht einfach zu besprechen, deswegen sei sie froh, wie die Diskussion um das Thema derzeit vonstatten gehe.
Die zweite bis vierte Staffel konnten nicht an den Kritikererfolg der ersten Staffel anknüpfen. Sie wurden von Kritikern überwiegend negativ bewertet  , auch wenn es bis zuletzt lobende Stimmen gab.
Die Bedeutung liege in den "Gesprächen, die diese Serie sogar mit ihren Schwächen auslöst. Ein möglicher Zusammenhang zwischen einer Steigerung des Suizidrisikos und dem Konsum der Serie wurde erstmals von der Universität Michigan erforscht.
Die Studie kam nicht zu dem Ergebnis, dass Zuschauer der Serie eher dazu neigen, sich das Leben zu nehmen oder darüber nachzudenken.
Unter anderem wegen ihrer geringen Fallzahl war sie auch nicht repräsentativ. Die Studienmacher wiesen aber darauf hin, dass die Ergebnisse in Bezug auf bereits psychisch erkrankte Jugendliche besorgniserregend seien.
Für die Untersuchung wurden 87 suizidgefährdete Jugendliche zwischen 13 und 17 Jahren befragt. Die Hälfte von ihnen hatte mindestens eine Folge der Serie gesehen.
Wiederum die Hälfte jener Zuschauer, insgesamt also 21, gab darauf an, die Serie hätte ihr persönliches Suizidrisiko erhöht. Studienleiter Dr.
Gut zwei Drittel der an der Studie teilnehmenden Teenager waren weiblich. Sie berechneten, dass sich nach dem Start der Serie Ende März in den folgenden drei Monaten 13 Prozent mehr zehn- bis neunzehnjährige Teenager umbrachten als erwartet.
Statistisch wären es Suizide , tatsächlich waren es aber 94 mehr. Thomas Niederkrotenthaler, Leiter der Studie, forderte, die Filmemacher viel mehr in die Pflicht zu nehmen.
Fernsehserie Deutscher Titel Tote Mädchen lügen nicht Originaltitel 13 Reasons Why. Siehe auch : Werther-Effekt.
In: mtv. Februar , abgerufen am 3. Juni englisch. In: deadline. Oktober , abgerufen am April englisch. In an interview with The Hollywood Reporter , she was asked whether she feels like Hannah's storyline is finally over now the lawsuit against the school district is over.
A new character, Ani, will be introduced in season 3. There are also rumours that Riverdale's Hart Denton will be joining the cast, though this has not been confirmed.
The rumours began after Reddit user deancest has discovered a stunt man on IMDb credited as Hart Denton's stunt double for two episodes of season 3.
He was also followed and followed back several members of the cast on Instagram. Katherine Langford is the only cast member who has confirmed that she will not be returning to the show.
In an emotional Instagram post, she said goodbye to Hannah Baker and thanks viewers for their support. I love you As most of you know 13reasonswhy was my first ever job and I am so grateful to have had the opportunity to tell Hannah's story so fully in season 1, and to be asked back for a season 2.
Thankyou to netflix paramountpics anoncontent , the incredible producers, creatives, cast and crew for making these last 2 years so special.
S3, Ep6. The police bring in Tony for questioning. At Bryce's funeral, Ani uncovers two damning secrets. S3, Ep7. 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. S3, Ep8. Porter interviews students about Clay, who pleads his innocence to Mrs.
Learning Porter counseled Bryce, Clay and Ani question his motives. S3, Ep9. 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. In the present, Hannah's mother, Olivia, finds a note in her daughter's textbook that leads her to believe Hannah was being bullied.
Clay asks Jessica about the tapes, which results in Bryce Walker's circle of peers meeting to discuss how Clay is listening to Hannah's recordings.
In the present, Hannah's mother, Olivia Baker, seeks out the school principal about her suspicion of bullying and makes a disturbing discovery.
In the midst of his investigation, Clay turns to Alex for answers, who not only feels regret for his actions on the tapes, but also warns Clay against trusting Tony, whom Clay later sees in a violent exchange with his brothers.
As Justin tries to recuperate from his recent slump, Bryce strong-arms Clay and Alex into a drinking contest in an alleyway. Hannah hears someone outside her window, and confesses to her friend, Courtney, that she has a stalker.
Courtney offers to help her catch the offender in the act. While waiting for the stalker to arrive, they play an alcohol-fueled game of truth or dare that leads to the two of them kissing on Hannah's bed.
The stalker, school photographer Tyler Down, takes a photo of the girls and sends it around the school. This effectively ends Courtney and Hannah's friendship as Courtney distances herself from Hannah to avoid being revealed as one of the people in the photograph.
In the present, Clay goes to Hannah's house and talks to her mother, though is unable to admit how close he and Hannah were.
He also confronts Tony about the incident with his brothers. Tony responds that "people have to make their own justice" and proves he has an extra set of tapes.
Inspired by this, Clay takes a naked picture of Tyler and sends it around the school in revenge. Courtney, afraid of her classmates finding out about her sexuality, spreads a rumor that the girls in the leaked photos are Hannah and Laura, an openly lesbian classmate.
Courtney also adds to the rumor about Hannah and Justin, worsening Hannah's poor reputation. In the present, Clay takes Courtney to visit Hannah's grave.
She leaves, not ready to face her involvement in the loss of her classmate or be more open about her sexuality. Tony arrives with Clay's bike and gives him a tape with the song he and Hannah danced to at the Winter Formal.
Later, Justin, Zach and Alex force Clay into the car with them by stealing his bike and scare him into silence about the tapes by driving over the speed limit.
They are pulled over by the police but face no consequences as the officer is revealed to be Alex's father. Clay denies knowing Hannah to his mother, who has been asked to represent the school in the lawsuit the Bakers are bringing.
Hannah's date on Valentine's Day with Marcus does not go as planned due to the rumors that she is promiscuous. In the present, Alex gets into a fight with Monty and they both must appear before the student honor board.
Clay helps Sheri on an assignment, and they nearly hook up, but Sheri reveals she is only there because she is on the tapes and wants Clay to like her despite her role in Hannah's death.
After Hannah refuses to go out with Zach, he gets revenge by sabotaging her emotionally during a class project. Zach removes compliments from Hannah's box, affecting her self-confidence.
She attempts to write a letter to Zach explaining why she needs the compliments, but when Zach reads it, he ignores it and throws it away.
In the present, Clay hears Zach's tape and keys his car in an act of revenge and is eventually caught, but things turn out to be different than they appeared: Zach was actually scared by the letter's content and kept it to himself.
Clay is now having both auditory and visual hallucinations of Hannah during the day, including seeing her dead body on the floor of the basketball court during a game and hearing her tape playing over the school's intercom system.
He returns the tapes to Tony, unable to continue listening, but continues to experience problems, leading him to snap in the hallways.
Hannah is touched by poetry recited by fellow student Ryan Shaver, and joins the Evergreen Poetry Club, a place where people write and perform their own poetry, and listen and critique others.
Hannah presents some extremely revealing and confessional poetry at the poetry club after Ryan encourages her. Ryan betrays her by publishing the poem without her knowledge or consent in his school magazine.
Almost everyone in school finds the poem hilarious, but Clay is both touched and disturbed by it, not realizing Hannah is the author.
In the present day, Tony confides to Clay about the night of Hannah's death, and Clay takes back the tapes. Clay later gives the poem to Hannah's mother.
While hiding in Jessica's room during a party, Hannah witnesses Bryce Walker raping an unconscious and intoxicated Jessica. In the present, Marcus warns Clay the worst is yet to come and again attempts to scare him into silence about the tapes, this time by planting drugs in his backpack to get him suspended from school.
Clay finally admits to his mother that he and Hannah were close. After getting suspicious legal advice from his mother, he goes to Justin's apartment to retrieve his bike and talk about getting justice for Jessica.
Justin finally admits that what happened in the tapes is real, and claims it is better if Jessica does not know the truth. After the party, Hannah gets a ride home from her classmate, cheerleader Sheri Holland.
They have what appears to be a minor accident, knocking over a stop sign. While Hannah wants to call the police to report it, Sheri refuses to do so, because she is afraid she will get in trouble.
While Hannah is on her way to find a phone to call the authorities, the downed stop sign causes a serious accident at that intersection, resulting in the death of Clay's friend Jeff Atkins, which was incorrectly considered a drunk driving accident.
When Hannah tries to tell Clay about the stop sign, he pushes her away, thinking she is being unnecessarily dramatic.
In the present, Jessica's behavior becomes more erratic. Clay finds out that Sheri is trying to make up for her mistake in her own way, and he tells Jeff's parents that Jeff was sober when he died.
With Tony's support, Clay finally listens to his tape and is overcome with guilt to the point of contemplating his own suicide because he feels he did not do enough to prevent Hannah's death.
Tony manages to calm him down; the two climb a mountain and each have a mental breakdown at the top. Justin finds out Jessica is at Bryce's home.
He confronts her there and admits that Bryce raped her on the night of the party, causing her to break up with him.
Olivia Baker finds a list with the names of all the people on the tapes, although she does not know what the list means. After accidentally losing her parents' store's earnings, a depressed Hannah stumbles upon a party being thrown by Bryce.
The night ends in tragedy when she ends up alone with him, and he rapes her in his hot tub. This leads Hannah to create a list of people the one that her mother found in the previous episode who she feels were responsible for leading her to her current circumstances, which becomes the inspiration for the creation of the tapes.
In the present, everyone on Hannah's list is subpoenaed to testify in the lawsuit between the Bakers and the school. The subjects of the tapes disagree over what to do.
Tyler eventually suggests they pin everything on Bryce, but Alex refuses and says they should tell the truth.
Sheri turns herself in. Clay goes to Bryce's house, on the pretext of buying marijuana, to confront him about the events of the night he raped Hannah.
Clay provokes Bryce to attack him and is badly beaten. However, Clay has been secretly recording their conversation and gets Bryce to admit that he raped Hannah.
An unknown teenager with a gunshot wound to the head is treated by paramedics. Hannah begins to record the tapes and then visits Mr. Porter to tell him about her rape as she secretly records the conversation, hoping he will help her.
When he does not, she heads to a post office and mails the tapes to Justin Foley before going home and taking her own life by slitting her wrists.
In the present, Clay gives Tony the tape of his conversation with Bryce to copy before confronting Mr. Porter about meeting with Hannah on her last day, giving him the tapes before leaving.
Tony copies the tapes onto a flash drive and gives it to the Bakers. As the depositions begin, Marcus and Courtney deny their involvement in Hannah's death as much as possible while Zach and Jessica admit their mistakes.
Before his deposition, Tyler hides ammunition and guns in his room, then reveals the existence of the tapes and Clay's possession of them during his interview.
Alex is revealed to have been the teenager with the gunshot wound; he is in critical condition at the hospital. Jessica finally tells her father about her rape while at school, Clay reaches out to Skye Miller, his former friend, to avoid repeating the same mistakes he made with Hannah.
Tape subject : Mr. Porter, for not believing Hannah was suicidal and for not giving her proper help. Five months after the events of the first season, Hannah's trial moves to court.
Tyler is the first to testify in the trial and does so truthfully. Skye and Clay are dating, but Clay starts to have hallucinations of Hannah.
Porter confronts Bryce in the bathroom about raping Hannah. Jessica returns to school, as does Alex who survived his suicide attempt but has lost much of his memory from before it, including the contents of Hannah's tapes.
Tony is given the note Hannah left him the night she died and is later seen burning it. A Polaroid was left in Clay's Locker which falls out when he opens it, Clay picks it up, flips it to look at the back and a note saying "Hannah wasn't the only one".
Courtney reveals that she is a lesbian and had feelings for Hannah during her testimony. A group of protesters gathers at the court to demand justice for Hannah, but Jessica and Alex are both threatened to avoid revealing anything incriminating when they testify.
Skye and Clay fight over her suspicion that Clay is still in love with Hannah, and Skye is hospitalized soon after leaving Clay's house.
Meanwhile, Tyler befriends a classmate named Cyrus. Clay, riding home on his bicycle, is hit intentionally by a car, injuring him slightly.
He visits Skye in the hospital, but she breaks up with him. Clay and Alex try to encourage Jessica to reveal information about Bryce during her testimony, but she fails after seeing incriminating pictures of her stuck to the board in a classroom.
Olivia asks her afterwards if she was the girl on the ninth tape, but Jessica does not answer. After discovering Jessica had been contacted by Justin, Clay finds him homeless in Oakland with Tony's help.
With no other option, Clay lets Justin stay in his bedroom with him. Skye's parents move her to a psychiatric facility, and tell Clay not to contact her.
Tyler meets the rest of Cyrus' friends while Bryce is asked to testify. Marcus lies about what happened with Hannah the night they went out on Valentine's Day during his testimony in order to protect his reputation and briefly mentions Bryce, angering him.
Cyrus and Tyler hear of Marcus' lies and prank him, going to a nearby field afterwards to shoot guns. Clay finds out that Justin has been taking heroin and he and Sheri help him onto the path to sobriety.
Jessica shows the threatening note she was left before her testimony to Mr Porter. Alex continues to be frustrated about not being able to remember anything and asks Clay for the tapes, who sends them to him.
Jessica and Alex skip school and share a kiss. Clay also finds a second Polaroid photograph in his locker, which shows Bryce having sex with an unconscious girl, alongside a note warning "He won't stop".
Tyler is confronted by Mr. Porter, who suspects he was behind the pictures of Jessica found in the classroom before her testimony, but he denies involvement.
Ryan testifies and talks about Hannah's poems, saying they were written about Justin and that she and Justin maintained contact even after falling out.
Afterwards, Olivia invites Ryan to help her decipher Hannah's poems for additional clues, but Ryan soon leaves after Olivia mentions missing pages in Hannah's journal, which Ryan had torn out.
Clay realizes the Polaroid photos were taken at school and attempts to find out where. Chlöe meets with Bryce's parents and his mother notices bruises on her.
Jessica attends her first group therapy session, where she befriends Nina. Porter finds a brick thrown through his car window, with a threatening note attached; he later confronts Justin's mother and is arrested after a violent incident with her boyfriend.
Zach testifies and reveals that he and Hannah had a romantic relationship the summer before she died, but they kept it secret.
After the testimony, Clay reacts angrily and confronts Zach, ignoring his apologies, while Bryce teases Zach about his relationship, prompting a small fight between them.
Justin returns to school and talks to Jessica, but she asks him to leave. He then faints after seeing Bryce, and on his return to Clay's house, has to hide as someone breaks in, at which point Clay's parents find out he has been staying there, but allow it to continue.
During Clay's testimony, he is forced to reveal he and Hannah did drugs at a small party one night and spent the night together, and Clay ignored a comment Hannah made the next morning about wanting to die.
Alex's birthday party at the arcade is derailed after a number of arguments break out. When Clay leaves the birthday party, he finds a Polaroid photograph left on his car, with a note reading "The Clubhouse".
After reading comments posted online about his testimony, Clay anonymously uploads Hannah's tapes to the Internet.
Meanwhile, Bryce is seen having sex with Chloe without getting proper consent. The baseball team pays tribute to Jeff Atkins. After the release of the tapes, Bryce returns to school to find his locker vandalized and his "confession tape" Clay recorded being shared among students.
After Marcus is blackmailed, he calls Bryce a rapist during a speech at a ceremony, in front of a large group of parents and students, in order to protect his own reputation.
Clay finally contacts Skye again and meets with her at the psychiatric facility, but she tells him she is moving to a different state.
Justin overdoses on heroin, but Alex saves his life — he then returns to his mother's home. The release of the tapes gets Clay in trouble with his parents.
When testifying, Mr.