Kirstie Alley Warns Parents About the ‘Dark’ Content in 13 REASONS WHY

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Kirstie Alley Warns Parents About the ‘Dark’ Content in 13 REASONS WHY

By Tess Farrand, Associate Content Editor

*Editor’s Note: This article talks about suicide. If you or someone you love is struggling, please reach out to your church and/or the National Suicide Hotline 1-800-273-8255.

Actress Kirstie Alley urged parents to not let their children see the Netflix Original series 13 REASONS WHY in a recent tweet due to its “dark” content.

*Editor’s Note: Alley’s tweet contains some foul language.

“Don’t let your kids watch 13 Reasons Why…DARK so DARK,” said Alley. “Such an onslaught of the most non stop f***** upness to come down the highschool pike since Caligula was 16.”

The final season of 13 REASONS WHY released on Netflix on June 5, hence Alley’s warning.

Movieguide® previously reported, “Though 13 REASONS WHY will be done soon, but that doesn’t mean its lasting effects are over.”

13 REASONS WHY followers a teenage character who commits suicide. But that’s just season one.

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The following seasons track high school characters and the aftermath of the suicide.

As a mother herself, Alley’s warnings aren’t without merit.

Netflix rates 13 REASONS WHY TV-MA for lewd content like sex, nudity, suicide and language, but still, a viewer of any age can click “play.”

As of this writing, 13 REASONS WHY continues to trend on Netflix.

For more information on how to teach your families to be media-wise, click here.


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