Are you trying to decide what to watch after 13 Reasons Why? That’s understandable. After all, you no doubt want to try and find some similar shows to 13 Reasons. This list may prove helpful.
13 Reasons Why is a gripping Netflix show – a drama of epic, and tragic proportions. If you’re looking for movies like 13 Reasons Why, consider some excellent teen and young adult drama films like Brick, The Basketball Diaries, Edge of Seventeen and Before I Fall. Also, give Paper Towns a shot, too. This film, while not exactly like 13 Reasons Why, clearly addresses many of the difficulties teens face during their high school years.
When it comes to TV shows like 13 Reasons Why, you may have even more options. Freaks and Geeks comes to mind immediately, along with Skins and My So-Called Life. For adult shows for 13 Reasons Why fans, consider The Killing, Big Little Lies, and certainly Revenge.
Hopefully, this list of 13 Reasons Why recommendations will give you lots of new things to watch. If you’ve already seen any of these, and you agree they’re a good match for 13 Reasons Why fans, vote them up.
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