Now a new minute-long video has replaced the original "viewer warning card" that was displayed at the beginning of the first episode, with members of the cast addressing the hard issues that the show touches on.
There's also set to be an aftershow, which will have 13 Reason Why stars as well as experts sharing stories viewers have told them in a series of YouTube clips called "Tell Them" - which you can check out here.
Aside from the video, Netflix has added a downloadable viewing guide to help parents and teens talk about the show's hard themes, according to the online statement. Over half of the teens surveyed said they apologized to someone for how they had treated them in the past, and almost three-quarters said that they tried to be more considerate of others after watching the first season.
Despite being fiction, "13 Reasons Why" garnered real controversy from parents and critics, according to Variety.
Minnette then appears, replacing Boe, and lists resources people can use if they feel like they need help.
In response to the backlash from the first season, Netflix added warning cards and crisis hotlines to the series. The results were shared Wednesday at a panel in NY that featured experts in suicide prevention and teen activism, as well as Netflix original series vp Brian Wright and 13 Reasons Why showrunner and creator Yorkey.
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The study didn't prove a link between the show and actual suicides.
'U OK M8?' is an initiative from LADbible in partnership with a range of mental health charities which features a series of films and stories to raise awareness of mental health.
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.
"For the fans of the show, thank you for being part of this conversation". "And I think we'll see over the course of season two that he continued to struggle with that but that hopefully there will be a community that is able to support him in a way that maybe there wasn't for Hannah".
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.