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13 REASONS WHY, check out the season 2 trailer


Once you've entered the Netflix matrix, is hard to go back. So, to feed the streaming monster, comes another trailer for the upcoming season 2 of Netflix’s hit series 13 Reasons Why. In the first official clip, Clay (Dylan Minnette) learns that there are still secrets to be revealed at Liberty High when he finds a polaroid in his locker that reads: “Hannah wasn’t the only one.”

"I thought this whole thing was going to be over, " says Clay in the new trailer.

While this begins an intense mystery surrounding polaroids, Hannah (Katherine Langford) is far from forgotten. In addition to Langford remaining a part of the show, Hannah’s mother Olivia (Kate Walsh) and Clay continue to seek justice for what happened to her, with Clay being pushed so far that he’s in possession of a gun.

“The biggest difference is in season 1, Hannah was telling us her story, we were experiencing it with Clay, and it was the central monolithic story of the season — her story, where it ended, and how that fell out in the present day,” showrunner Brian Yorkey recently told Entertainment Weekly. “Season 2 is very much more about everyone else’s perspective on that story — their side of the story, their reaction to it, their coming to terms or refusing to come to terms with their role in Hannah’s life and death.”

While the first season of Netflix's hit show chronicled Clay's journey listening to 13 cassette tapes made by Hannah before she took her own life, season two will focus on the Baker family's lawsuit against Liberty High School and a new mission Clay must take on involving these mystery photos.

Netflix's synopsis for the new season of 13 Reasons Why says:

Season 2 picks up in the aftermath of Hannah's death and the start of our characters' complicated journeys toward healing and recovery. Liberty High prepares to go on trial, but someone will stop at nothing to keep the truth surrounding Hannah's death concealed. A series of ominous polaroids lead Clay and his classmates to uncover a sickening secret and a conspiracy to cover it up.

Later in the trailer, Jessica Davis (Alisha Boe) says, "The truth doesn't always make things right."

Zach Dempsey (Ross Butler) adds: "It's going to keep happening. It doesn't stop."

Season two also stars Brandon Flynn, Justin Prentice, Derek, Luke, Christian Navarro, Miles Heizer, Devin Druid, Annie Winters, Tommy Dorfman, Brian D'Arcy James, Sosie Bacon, Steven Weber and Samantha Logan.

13 Reasons Why is written, created and produced by showrunner Brian Yorkey, with executive producers Selena Gomez, Mandy Teefey, Kristel Laiblin, Steve Golin and Joy Gorman.

The series is based on best-selling novel by Jay Asher.

Check out the trailer below.

About season one.

"There is plenty to admire and its aims are undoubtedly ambitious. Dylan Minnette, who plays Clay, handles a tough role with sensitivity and resists the urge to overegg it; Clay’s struggle to cope with what has happened is one of the more complex diversions in the story. The portrait of grief that Grey’s Anatomy’s Kate Walsh conjures up as Hannah’s mother is devastating and, at times, hard to watch. While this does not necessarily make it a pleasurable viewing experience, the fact that it’s unflinchingly awful – think Lord of the Flies, The Secret History and Heathers mixed up in a Californian high school – has some power. It’s particularly brave in its depiction of the behaviour of young men, both towards girls and with each other, and if its intended audience comes away with a recognition that this is not normal, and does not have to be normal, that can only be a positive." (The Guardian)

"The team behind “13 Reasons Why,” which includes Selena Gomez as executive producer, the playwright Brian Yorkey, and the “Spotlight” director Tom McCarthy, has made it clear that its members think the show is indeed performing a public service. This is why, as they’ve explained in interviews, and in a companion episode called “Beyond the Reasons,” they decided to depict Hannah’s suicide in such “unflinching” detail. In the book, she swallows pills. In the show, she saws vertically at her forearms with razor blades, sobbing and screaming in an overflowing, pinkish tub. I am not a squeamish consumer, but the scene is unhelpful. “Suicide should never be an option,” Gomez says in “Beyond the Reasons.” But it can, apparently, be the whole point of a show." (New Yorker)

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