Amid complaints from parents who felt the show glorified suicide, Netflix will be providing additional resources to help facilitate the important conversations that arise regarding the sensitive topics addressed in the series, including sexual assault and bullying.
Other findings of the study include the fact that more than half of teenage viewers apologized to someone in their life for how they treated them, while 71 percent said the show inspired them to discuss related issues with their parents.
Research found that after the first series of the show premiered a year ago, there was a 26 percent increase in internet searches for "how to commit suicide", with many countries introducing age ratings on the platform to prevent children under the age of 18 from watching it.
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Some school districts previous year took the step of sending letters to parents warning them about what their children may be watching on "13 Reasons Why". They will feel pandered to.
Despite attempts to caution teens from watching "13 Reasons Why", and in some places even banning all discussion of it, the show's popularity skyrocketed.
Speaking past year, she said: "We stayed very true to the book.what Jay Asher created was a beautifully tragic, complicated yet suspenseful story and I think that's what we wanted to do".
Ahead of Season 2, Netflix commissioned a study from Northwestern University, examining how young people and adults reacted to the show, according to BuzzFeed. Those struggling with issues are urged to visit 13ReasonsWhy.info for resources, including suicide prevention and mental health links.
By shedding a light on these hard topics we hope our show can help viewers start a conversation. "We've seen in our research that teens took positive action after watching the series, and now - more than ever - we are seeing the power and compassion of this generation advocating on behalf of themselves and their peers", he said (via People).
The Canadian Association for Suicide Prevention, Depression Hurts and Kids Help Phone 1-800-668-6868 all offer ways of getting help if you, or someone you know, may be suffering from mental health issues.