Hannah drops off her uniform on the counter at the Crestmont before delivering the tapes to Tony. Hannah returns home, fills up her bathtub, and slits her wrists with a razor blade, dying from blood loss. She is found by her parents who called 911 but are too late.
Season 1 of 13 Reasons Why explores the suicide of Hannah Baker, who leaves a set of tapes explaining why she took her own life. The 13 reasons include her reputation getting completely destroyed at school, her friends abandoning her and, crucially, her rape at the hands of Bryce Walker (Justin Prentice).
In the book, it is revealed that Hannah kills herself via swallowing a handful of pills. However, in the television series, there is a scene of Hannah cutting her wrists.
Towards the end of the narrative, Hannah’s meeting with Mr. Porter marks her complete descent into depression.
Why does Tony say Clay killed Hannah? Clay wasn’t really at fault anywhere. He was guilty because he couldn’t do anything to save her inspite of being so close to her. But he was on the tape so Hannah could say him what she couldn’t say in person.
Through her testimonial, we learn that Hannah was actually a bully at her last school. … Not only does Sarah’s testimonial give the school a reason to point the finger at Hannah for being a bully, but it also makes Mrs. Baker’s friend Jackie lose trust in the case.
The suicide scene, which took place during the first-season finale, has now been cut completely. Rather than the graphic portrayal of character Hannah Baker’s death in a bathtub, she’s now simply shown looking into the bathroom mirror before cutting to a later scene of her parents’ painful discovery.
After it was revealed that Chloe was pregnant with Bryce Walker’s baby at the end of last season, creator Brian Yorkey and the show’s writers decided that Chloe’s Season 3 storyline would focus on her choosing to get an abortion.
In February, Hannah began showing early signs of depression. She wrote a note to a friend, Zach Dempsey, describing how difficult her life has become.
Yes, 13 Reasons Why is based on a popular teen novel of the same name written by Jay Asher. … Though the novel isn’t based on a true story, Asher did open up about the situations being based “loosely” on situations that happened in real life.
When she did, Hannah tearfully told her how she was feeling. Shortly after that night, Hannah began to see a therapist. She found out that her new health problems might have been a trigger for depression and anxiety. The whole experience gave her an idea.
Unfortunately, Hannah broke down and ultimately yelled at Clay to leave. According to Hannah, she had secretly wanted Clay to stay and console her. Despite that, she didn’t blame Clay for doing merely as she outwardly demanded. Hannah went on to say that Clay didn’t actually belong on the list at all.
The answer is simple: Sheri spends time in a juvenile detention center for her initial failure to report the broken stop sign that causes Jeff’s crash. This fact first becomes clear during her meeting with Mr. Porter in the second episode of season two.
Sarah Carlin is a teenager who testifies on the side of the school and against the Baker’s. She went to high school with Hannah Baker before Hannah went to Liberty High. … She reveals that they spread around a photo of her which led the entire school to bully and tease her.
Hannah lied to the police for Tony
The only reason Tony got away was that Hannah hid him at the Crestmont and lied to the police when they came looking. On one level, this is just further proof that Hannah was a kind and loyal friend.
Did Hannah Baker lost her virginity to Zach? That was actually one of the “reasons” Hannah listed for taking her life: Zach’s careless cruelty. That summer, after some sweet heart-to-hearts and bonding time, Hannah decided that she wanted Zach to be the one she lost her virginity to.
But their relationship was more than some high school fling; Zach and Hannah had genuine feelings for each other — and they had a lot of fun together. For the actors, it was a reprieve from the melodrama of the rest of the season. “It was a nice little intermission in the middle of the season,” Butler said.
Clay finally kisses Hannah and their clothes quickly start coming off. It’s the first time a guy is touching Hannah with her consent, but she can’t enjoy it. She flashes back to all the creepy boys who’ve hurt her and yells at Clay to stop, throwing him off of her.
25 years (April 29, 1996)
Hannah Baker is one of the main characters in Thirteen Reasons Why, a novel by Jay Asher. She is a deceased character from the beginning of the novel. However the first time Jay wrote the novel, she survived her suicide attempt.
When she discovered her pregnancy, Chloe decided to leave her baby for adoption, and decided to give her baby to Brooke and Julian Baker. But Eric, the baby’s father, was back with Chloe, to raise the baby. Chloe decides to keep her daughter.
Chloe confides in Zach (with whom she’s become close after Bryce transfers schools) that’s she pregnant and the baby is Bryce’s. Zach helps Chloe handle the process of getting an abortion both emotionally and financially, and in the aftermath, she decides to break up with Bryce, keeping the abortion a secret.