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13 reasons why season 3 cast
Thirteen Reasons Why (stylized on-screen as TH1RTEEN R3ASONS WHY) is an American teen drama-mystery television series produced by Selena Gomez, based on the 2007 novel Thirteen Reasons Why by Jay Asher and adapted by Brian Yorkey for Netflix. The plot revolves around a high school student who commits suicide after a series of climactic failures, provoked by select individuals within her school. A box of cassette tapes, recorded by Hannah prior to her suicide, details the thirteen reasons she decided to end her life.
Diana Son and Brian Yorkey are the showrunners of the series. The first season, and the special «For 13 Reasons: Beyond Reasons», were streamed worldwide by the Netflix company on March 31, 2017.
The series received largely positive reviews from high-profile entertainment critics and viewers, who praised its plot and cast, mostly its two leads, Dylan Minnette and Katherine Langford. It has also attracted controversy over graphic depictions such as suicide and rape, along with other adult content.
13 reasons why season 4 release date
Gary Sinise has become the first signing for season 4 of For Thirteen Reasons Why. Known for playing Lieutenant Dan from Forrest Gump, or starring in CSI: New York, he has been confirmed. He will be in charge of giving life to Dr. Robert Ellman, a compassionate and incisive man who will help Dylan Minnette’s character (Clay), to deal with the anxiety and depression that makes it impossible for him to control the trauma he carries. A few months ago, season 4 of For 13 Reasons was confirmed, which will put the final closure to the story that began with the suicide of a high school girl.
As published by THR, the decision to put an end to the story was due to the fact that it is «a costly drama» whose ratings have not corresponded and also suffered a severe setback due to the criticism aroused after explicitly showing Baker’s suicide.
The series will end with the graduation of the students. The police have not yet found the real killer of Bryce Walker, although we know who he is. Therefore, it is more than clear that the new episodes will continue to address the death of the young man and the real identity of the one who killed him.
Esta conexión generacional entre la vida y la experiencia ficcional es el motivo para escribir el siguiente artículo, dado que la televisión para adolescentes es tradicionalmente un escenario ideal para la introducción y el reconocimiento de estereotipos pero, al mismo tiempo, se presenta como un espacio perfecto para reflexionar sobre el progreso y los cambios sociales, que al final pueden afectar y moldear dichos estereotipos. Con el objetivo de descubrir cómo se retrata a los adolescentes, se realiza un análisis de caso de la primera temporada de las series Atypical y 13 Reasons Why, distribuidas por Netflix, que se ha convertido en un agente mediático crucial de la televisión del siglo XXI.
El uso de estereotipos en el proceso de caracterización de los roles es habitual y aunque aparecen con mayor frecuencia en las comedias de situación, su presencia en las series de ficción también, «son un recurso esencial para generalizar y reiterar atributos sobre grupos sociales contribuyendo a la creación, en el espectador, de prejuicios y opiniones predeterminadas» (Galán, 2006: 65). Para Martínez (1998), los estereotipos son bastante comunes y útiles en los medios audiovisuales, ya que actúan para simplificar los atributos psicológicos de los personajes, sin necesidad de definir rasgos complejos y destacando sus características más relevantes. Si la creación de estereotipos es una forma de categorización que permite al ser humano distinguir, diferenciar y tomar de la realidad los datos más importantes para clasificarlos en su proceso de percepción, en la ficción, esa categorización es aún más necesaria ya que la audiencia necesita el estereotipo para entender fácilmente al personaje y hacer predecible su conducta y comportamiento durante un periodo de tiempo que no dura más de hora y media (Martínez, 1998; Galán, 2006).
‘The Boys’ is one of the most popular series today and Amazon has long since renewed it for a third season. We will still have to wait to see the new episodes, but to whet your appetite we are going to review everything you already know about the new episodes of this television adaptation of the comic book by Garth Ennis and Darick Roberton.
There are no concrete details at the moment about the story of the third season, but obviously it will have to continue what we saw at the end of the second. The most striking part may be to see Hughie collaborating with Victoria Neuman when the cake has already been uncovered that she is the one who is making heads explode. In these new episodes, we will have to find out what her plan is.
For his part, Butcher is in an unexpected situation having received a pardon for all his crimes, but I doubt it will take him long to get into trouble, as it is also clear that the death of his wife is going to make a dent in him.
Season 3 is going to be fucking insane. Even in the first episode during its first ten minutes there’s a scene that I won’t reveal anything about that literally every time we talk about it I cover my mouth. It’s absolutely insane. But we’re also going to keep digging deeper into the characters, keep exploring and moving them forward, but fuck, man, there’s some crazy shit coming.