Netflix Reveals 13 Reasons Why Return Date With Stunning Promo!

Wednesday, 02 May, 2018

One of last year's most talked-about shows is officially returning, as Netflix has announced that "13 Reasons Why" season two will premiere on May 18.

Although it brought fourth a lot of controversy, Netflix's 13 Reasons Why was a huge hit past year.

13 Reasons why is set to arrive on Netflix on May 18th.

Rumors of a possible third season were first sparked after the West Sonoma County Union High School District board approved a third licensing agreement with Paramount Pictures.

In the video, we're introduced to this season's form of outdated media: Polaroid photos.

With Hannah's tapes now public, her final words are sure to be dissected in the court case against Liberty High school.

The tapes, apparently, were just the beginning.

Season 1 of 13 Reasons Why drew controversy for its handling of topics including suicide, bullying and depression.

The second season picks up after the death of teenager Hannah (Langford), who left behind 13 tapes for Clay (Minnette) and various classmates to explain what led to her suicide.

The show has been labelled controversial after many being claimed it glamorizes mental health, however others have praised the show, saying how it has helped them talk about their own struggles. Netflix will launch the second season of the critically acclaimed series on Friday, May 18, 2018. Polaroids are flying everywhere as we see Clay get ready for his court hearing in Hannah's (Katherine Langford) case.

Although Jay Asher's novel, on which the first season is based, does not have a sequel, the author said he would be open to continuing the story. In season 2, one of the mysteries is a series of mysterious polaroids that will shed a light on the sexual assaults at the school that was kept secret.

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