Greetings, beautiful readers.
Welcome back to ALL-IN-ONE.
To wrap up the first week of May, I share my review (Without any MAJOR SPOILERS) about a new show that will leave you in tears – 13 REASONS WHY.
IF you have seen the show, drop your comments at the end of the article – I do love to connect with fellow fans.

Hannah, a young woman who takes her own life records the 13 reasons why she did what she did… Two weeks after her tragic death, a classmate named Clay finds a mysterious box on his porch. If Clay decides to listen to the recordings, he will find out if and how he made the list. This intricate and heart-wrenching tale is told through Clay and Hannah’s dual narratives.
The show is not for kids but aimed for parents and teens as there are a few raw and sensitive topics that are addressed.

I watched all 13 episodes and in a nutshell, I was in tears and 2 weeks later – Still feeling all the feels of #13ReasonsWhy 

Selena Gomez addressed some backlash to the show “We stayed very true to the book,” Gomez, 24, said, describing Asher’s book as a “beautifully tragic, complicated, yet suspenseful story.” – Sourced from Today.com
The show does have a story to tell that might upset sexual assault victims and teens who experienced bully.
As an adult, I can say that not everything is black and white and it takes a lot out of a person who has no one left to turn to when that person decides to take matters into her own hands.
It takes only one rumour to ruin a life, be careful how you treat those around you.
The cast includes a newbie to the acting world, Katherine Langford and rising star, Dylan Minnette.
Selena Gomez is one of the executive producers and stands by her support of the drama that speaks to thousands of people.

For a full list of cast and crew, click here

Kelly’s rating: 8 / 10

Don’t forget to drop your comments at the end if you have watched this show, if not – GET TO IT AND POP BACK LATER AND SHARE YOUR THOUGHTS WITH ME.

Thank you and wishing you a wonderful new week – SLAY ALL YOUR DRAGONS!


Sources: Today.com, IMDB


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