Officials at some schools in Central New York are warning parents about a Netflix series. "13 Reasons Why" is the story of a 17-year-old who commits suicide, but leaves recordings for 13 people she says played a role in her decision to kill herself. Mental health experts say the intensity and graphic nature of the series may be too much for children and teenagers to handle. West Genessee Superintendent Chris Brow says the program poses a risk to young people with suicidal thoughts. One concern expressed is that the program does not show that depression is treatable or that help is available.