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  • Watch the trailer for Netflix's '13 Reasons Why'

    Based on San Luis Obispo author Jay Asher’s best-selling novel “Thirteen Reasons Why,” the Netflix series — which premiered March 31, 2017, — follows high school student Clay (“Goosebumps” star Dylan Minnette) as he uncovers why his former classmate and crush, Hannah (Australian newcomer Katherine Langford), committed suicide. Here's the trailer.

Based on San Luis Obispo author Jay Asher’s best-selling novel “Thirteen Reasons Why,” the Netflix series — which premiered March 31, 2017, — follows high school student Clay (“Goosebumps” star Dylan Minnette) as he uncovers why his former classmate and crush, Hannah (Australian newcomer Katherine Langford), committed suicide. Here's the trailer. Netflix
Based on San Luis Obispo author Jay Asher’s best-selling novel “Thirteen Reasons Why,” the Netflix series — which premiered March 31, 2017, — follows high school student Clay (“Goosebumps” star Dylan Minnette) as he uncovers why his former classmate and crush, Hannah (Australian newcomer Katherine Langford), committed suicide. Here's the trailer. Netflix

Jay Asher’s ‘13 Reasons Why’ is important TV, and we want to hear more from him

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