13 Reasons Why (2017– )
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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.


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Episode cast overview, first billed only:
Dylan Minnette ... Clay Jensen
Katherine Langford ... Hannah Baker
Christian Navarro ... Tony Padilla
Alisha Boe ... Jessica Davis
Brandon Flynn ... Justin Foley
Justin Prentice ... Bryce Walker
Miles Heizer ... Alex Standall
Ross Butler ... Zach Dempsey
Devin Druid ... Tyler Down
Amy Hargreaves ... Lainie Jensen
Brian d'Arcy James ... Andy Baker
Derek Luke ... Kevin Porter (credit only)
Kate Walsh ... Olivia Baker
Josh Hamilton ... Matt Jensen
Matthew Alan ... Seth


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.

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Drama | Mystery


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Release Date:

18 May 2018 (USA) See more »

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Sound Mix:

Dolby Digital



Aspect Ratio:

2.00 : 1
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Did You Know?


Anthony Rapp appears in this episode. In 2017 Rapp was a major player in the Me Too movement, featured heavily on this show, when he accused Kevin Spacey of assault when he was a teenager. See more »


The time placement (April 18-20, 2018) is inaccurate. The 20th is a Saturday, although in reality, the 20th is a Friday. See more »


Clay: The thing I'm most afraid of is forgetting you
Hannah: Then don't
Clay: The thing I'm second most afraid of is I'll never be able to let you go
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Performed by Selena Gomez
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Wake up
2 June 2018 | by tfdeniSee all my reviews

We are okay with the women getting raped in this show but when a guy gets raped, it's "too graphic, omg no, eww, Horrible! Why would they show us that?" (I know it wasn't sexually intended but It was rape in my book)

This episode wasn't what we expected and we all wanted a happy ending but that's not how life works.

Males get raped and it's just as hard as it is on women. We need to have a conversation about rape and school shootings and this was it. This was a "hey America wake the f up" from childish Gambino to this episode. From Columbine to Las Vegas and Parkland. This shows us who we are as a country and we need to take a step back and fix it. It's defining us.

I'm not against guns but neither am I against helping out people mentally and being safe rather than sorry. We as Americans need to re-evaluate our lives; we are falling apart as a people and a country if we don't start communicating. 13 reasons is one of those stepping stones to help us get to that conversation.

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