"13 Reasons Why" Season 2 will continue the story of Hannah Baker, according to showrunner Bryan Yorkey. The creator revealed storyline spoilers for the installment, which he said will deal with Hanna's suicide.
Hannah Baker's death will find meaning in "13 Reasons Why" Season 2. Yorkey said that despite her suicide in Season 1, her story continues. The installment will explore the real reason behind her suicide. It will pin down those people responsible for her death. One way to flesh out Hannah's story is through the trial.
Yorkey said the installment will give a flashback into Hannah Baker's life, into her past. This way, viewers will learn the truth behind her suicide. "That's going to take us into the past, into Hannah's story. We're going to get some new context for events we already know about and we're going to see a lot of things we hadn't even heard about yet that fill in some really interesting gaps in our understanding of who Hannah Baker was and what her life was," Yorkey told Entertainment Weekly.
Likewise, the showrunner assured that "13 Reasons Why" Season 2 will answer all the cliffhangers in Season 1. The installment will look back at all the events that lead to Hannah Baker's suicide. These include her rape and Jessica's rape and the bullying in school.
However, "13 Reasons Why" Season 2 will change in terms of how the story will be told. Modern technology will replace the cassette tapes and Hannah Baker's voice will no longer be the voiceover. Still, the installment will feature different timelines and it will show how these timeframes have an impact on each other.
Netflix has yet to announce an exact release date for "13 Reasons Why" Season 2, although it is scheduled in 2018. According to Heat, it will likely air in the Spring.
"13 Reasons Why" Season 2 will have 13 episodes in total. The series is based on the book by Jay Asher. The original casts are expected to return, including Katherine Langford who plays Hannah Baker.© 2019 Mstars News, All rights reserved. Do not reproduce without permission.