If you have teenagers — or even if you don’t — you’ve probably heard about the Netflix show 13 Reasons Why.
It is one of the most talked about television shows on social media ever…
Generating 3.5 million social volume impressions in its first week of release alone.
And while the show has resonated with audiences, and been very positively received by critics, it has been heavily criticised by mental health and youth organisations around the world.
The show is based on the best-selling novel by Jay Asher, and depicts the suicide of 16-year-old Hannah, who creates a series of audiotapes addressing the 13 reasons why she committed suicide.
It ends with an incredibly graphic and distressing depiction of the act itself.
And parents, educators and critics around the world are asking the question:
Is this show dangerous?