Got to the end this morning. I could see a point in a second season, there's still a story to tell about the fallout and particularly
What comeuppance Bryce may or may not get - I was struck by the similarity to the Brock Turner case in real life. It's remarkable (or perhaps, more concerningly it isn't) how rich, athletic students get away with murder in American schools and colleges.
Read a couple of reviews and articles on the show and it seems to be getting a pasting from mental health groups who seem to be saying that it's suggesting that suicide can be an answer, although I thought it was quite clear that she had other options, and particularly when
It actually showed her suicide, which I didn't think it would, it was quite clear that there was nothing good or glorious about it.
I thought that it was pretty clear throughout that Hannah's view of her own life and options wasn't very clear (unsurprising as she's a 17 year old girl) and that all the characters, including her, could and should have done something to change the outcome.