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Arden Cho Has The Most Honest Reaction to '13 Reasons Why'

Arden Cho Has The Most Honest Reaction to '13 Reasons Why'

13 Reasons Why debuted at the end of March on Netflix, however, Arden Cho has just been so busy with her music and her acting jobs that it’s only now she’s gotten a chance to binge watch the series.

The former Teen Wolf actress recorded a reaction video after finishing the series and it’s the most honest thing we have ever watched.

“I haven’t even digested the whole show. All I know was that it was really hard to watch,” Arden shares. “It made me feel sick and sad and…”

Arden goes on to reveal that she had gone through a depressing period in her life.

“There was a point in my life where I would wake up and cry, and then wash my face and cry. I would just go back and lay in bed because there was no point in getting ready because I was just going to cry again.”

Watch her honest video below:

We Could Possibly See Brandon Larracuente In '13 Reasons Why' Season 2 as Jeff!

We Could Possibly See Brandon Larracuente In '13 Reasons Why' Season 2 as Jeff!

You might not remember him a lot, but Brandon Larracuente was actually a big part of the story for 13 Reasons Why.

He played Jeff, the young student who was killed after a drunk driving accident. The character was only in a few episodes, but there may be a chance that we could see him in the next season.

“I hope so,” Brandon told Prune magazine. “The writers are still in the room, but I haven’t heard anything.”

He added, “Considering Jeff was in the flashbacks of the first season, I don’t see why not. Fingers crossed, I’d love to be able to work with everyone again, and I’m sure the fans would love it too.”

Brandon actually scored the role of Jeff in his last auditions for the show.

“I actually auditioned for a few other roles, and a majority of the cast originally auditioned for other roles as well,” he says, and it acually all worked out in the best possible way.

“The placement of the cast was spot on though, I cannot picture anyone playing a different role,” Brandon adds. “Casting knows what they’re doing, and I’m glad I got to be a part of something so life changing for not only us, but for other people as well.”

Katherine Langford Says '13 Reasons Why' Is The Best First Job

Katherine Langford Says '13 Reasons Why' Is The Best First Job

Katherine Langford is opening off more about having 13 Reasons Why as her first job ever.

“I think it was the best first show I could have ever done,” she shared in an interview with Deadline. “In a lot of ways, the hardest—purely because of the journey that Hannah goes through, and the magnitude of the show itself.”

Good thing she had a handful of great directors to work with too, like Tom McCarthy.

“[He] was really helpful—he’s so intelligent, and has excellent ideas and a wonderful vision for the work that we did.”

Katherine added, “A lot of the advice that he gave me after Episodes 1 and 2, I found myself carrying throughout the entire season. ‘Keep it light, because there’s a long way to go’ was one thing he said, and that really did stick with me throughout the course of the season, in telling Hannah’s story.”

“I feel like I learned a lot, not just as an actor, but also from a director point of view. It was fascinating to watch.”

13 Reasons Why season one is streaming on Netflix now.

'13 Reasons Why' Cast Steps Out For San Francisco Pride!

'13 Reasons Why' Cast Steps Out For San Francisco Pride!

The 13 Reasons Why cast is showing off their pride at the San Francisco Pride parade today!

Katherine Langford, Justin Prentice, Alisha Boe, Michele Selene Ang and more stars from the hit Netflix show stepped out for the parade, just a few weeks after starting production on season two of the show.

PHOTOS: Check out the latest pics of Katherine Langford

All those at the parade are Instagramming all their moments there, including Alisha. She shared a fun video on her IG with Michele and Katherine.

Check it out below!

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Katherine Langford Loves That '13 Reasons Why' Started A Conversation

Katherine Langford Loves That '13 Reasons Why' Started A Conversation

13 Reasons Why has been making headlines since even before it premiered.

Star Katherine Langford is glad it did, too.

“There have been so many really personal and incredible responses, is because it resonates as something that is true, or feels like something that is real, and is happening,” she shared.

She adds, “I think one of the best things that the show has done, from what I’ve heard and what I’ve seen, is it’s started a discussion in a really big way.”

With discussion, there can be change.

“The show may not necessarily be the change,” Katherine knows. “But if it can be the instigator for that kind of discussion, then that’s where I find that it’s helpful.”

Katherine Langford Opens Up About How She Handles '13 Reasons Why' Critics

Katherine Langford Opens Up About How She Handles '13 Reasons Why' Critics

13 Reasons Why has caused many discussions since it premiered in March.

There have been fans, and health professionals speaking out against the show, saying it romanticizes suicide instead of creating a positive discussion.

Katherine Langford disagrees.

“There have been measures in aftercare, which is something that Netflix and the show didn’t need to do,” she points out. “It’s a testament to the vision that the creators had for this show, to tell it in the most authentic way possible, but then also recognize that it could have a significant impact.”

She adds, “We do a 30-minute Beyond the Reasons, kind of debriefing after Episode 13. There are trigger warnings, and there are articles.”

Katherine is proud to be a part of the show, no matter what the critics may say.

“I also understand that when you do a show that covers really serious, personal and relevant issues, there’s going to be a difference of opinion,” she says.

“I think that difference of opinions and discussion is the important part, and it’s where the show makes a difference, being able to talk about things and share opinions, and the reasons why we think that way.”

Katherine Langford Reveals Her '13 Reasons Why' Audition

Katherine Langford Reveals Her '13 Reasons Why' Audition

We’ve all heard the stories on the mission to cast Hannah Baker for Netflix’s 13 Reasons Why, and Katherine Langford came just at the right time.

In a recent interview, the Australian actress revealed just how she auditioned for the part — which ended being her first ever part in her first ever show.

“I had just started taking my first screen acting classes the year before when I turned 18, and at the end of that year, I signed with my US managers,” she starts.


Katherine recalled that she had already tested for two other network projects that she didn’t get.

“I had given up drama school to go and test for them, so I was back home in Perth with no job, trying to figure out what I was going to do with my year,” she adds.

“That’s when the audition came through. I put down a tape, one thing led to another, and they cast me.”

13 Reasons Why is currently filming season two.

13 Reasons Why's Katherine Langford Calls Dylan Minnette The 'Best First On-Screen Partner' Ever

13 Reasons Why's Katherine Langford Calls Dylan Minnette The 'Best First On-Screen Partner' Ever

Katherine Langford and Dylan Minnette are back on the 13 Reasons Why set, preparing themselves for a brand new season of the hit Netflix series.

But just before Katherine headed there, she spoke about Dylan and her hopes for season two.

“[He’s] the best first on-screen partner I could ever imagine working with,” Katherine said of Dylan, who plays Clay Jensen. “I also learned a lot from him, which I’m thankful for because he is so great in what he does.”

As for season two, which is set to premiere next year on the streaming service, Katherine is excited for it to play out.

“I think it will give us the opportunity to continue the dialogue on things that are important,” she shared. “It will be a different story, but I think it will carry on the importance of what we did in the first season.”