Australian Council on Children and the Media

Study backs claims re the effects of TV series about suicide August 3, 2017

Following its release earlier this year, the series 13 Reasons Why was blamed for an increased number of calls to helplines in Australia.

Now a study published in the American Medical Association's journal, JAMA Internal Medicine, reports a large increase in suicide-related searches in the days after the show's release.

Read more about this on the ABC website