The most tweeted about TV series of the year has been renewed for season two. The program is the controversial “13 Reasons Why,” Netflix’s 13-episode version of Jay Asher’s young adult best-seller.
The story is about the reasons a girl in high school has committed suicide.
Writes Vanity Fair, “However, many are still confused as to how the show could continue after the first season’s finale. All of the material in Jay Asher’s Y.A. novel has been covered, as have all of the doomed Hannah Baker’s (Katherine Langford) cassette tapes explaining her suicide. Where exactly can the story go from here?”
The story notes that “Vanity Fair’s Hillary Busis spoke to now-showrunner Brian Yorkey about the possibility of continuing the story after season 1:
“I think that we would hope to continue to follow what happens to these characters in as honest a way as possible. I think that this story is very much about Hannah Baker’s death, and the secrets that came to light because of it, and the tremendous healing that still has to go on for these kids, and also for the adults who were close to Hannah. So I think the ability to keep telling that story and everything that entails would be a tremendous opportunity …”