While 13 Reasons Why has been an epic, ground-breaking series, it certainly has left audiences divided, with loads of peeps slamming the show for romanticising suicide.
Angry viewers have taken to social media to express their outrage, including Swedish singer, Zara Larsson.
Earlier this month, the "Symphony" singer started an all out war with the 13 Reasons Why fandom after she dissed the show on Twitter.
"In my opinion it romanticises a revenge suicide and it doesn't bring up mental illness or depression AT ALL," she wrote.
Now that the war has subsided, ol' Zara has taken back her comments and has instead praised the show for raising the issue of mental health.
"I voiced my opinion about it on Twitter," she said at the MTV Music & TV Awards on Sunday night.
"I didn't watch the whole thing when I said that. It is very, you know, a touchy subject. It's very important, I think we definitely should speak more about mental health."
Couldn't agree more, Zara!
Glad we've got that taken care of.