Controversial teen drama 13 Reasons Why renewed for season 2 — Netflix

"Their story isn't over".

13 Reasons Why is based on Jay Asher's bestselling 2007 book and shortly went viral after launching on Netflix on March 31, 2017.

Netflix's 13 Reasons Why has yet another reason for getting noticed. The project, Selena once revealed, was meant to be both a passion project and a way for Selena to graduate from Disney to more mature roles. Before that, she recorded tapes with messages to those who made her life a living hell, and instructed each listener to pass them on to the next person.

Selena Gomez has recently responded to critics of "13 Reasons Why". And although Selena is world famous, she has faced her fair share. On the tapes, Hannah chronicles the thirteen reasons why she chose to end her life, and why Clay might be one of them. Experts and commentators have labeled the show problematic for a wide variety of reasons - maybe even more than 13.

No word yet on when the new season will premiere. What's going to happen to Mr. "However, I think the goals of this show could have been met with less provocative depictions of the issues being covered. So I'd love to see it", he said. So though Hannah's story is over, it's clear that those of her classmates aren't.

After the finale of season one resulted in more questions, in addition to a cliffhanger, the creator of the series, Brian Yorkey, confirmed that Hannah's story is long from over. There are so many cliffhangers at the end of the season'.

"There's a f**king rapist at this high school that hasn't been brought to any justice". But with the great first chapter we got, I'm confident in that being the case.

Season One of 13 Reasons explored the reasons for the suicide of teenager Hannah, with her death graphically depicted in the season finale.

Katherine Langford in "13 Reasons Why".

"It should be hard to watch".

"Obviously the discussion we've had here is very positive because of the dialogue the show opens up", said Frank Warren, prevention and outreach manager with the San Luis Obispo County mental health behavioral and prevention division.