We Finally Have More Details About The Second Season Of '13 Reasons Why'

Diply 15 Dec 2017

Everybody has been anxiously awaiting the second season of the wildly popular yet controversial Netflix show, Thirteen Reasons Why.

The new second is on its way, and we're finally getting some insight as to what we can expect.

The star of Thirteen Reasons Why, Katherine Langford, was just recently nominated for a Golden Globe.

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Katherine decided to open up about what fans can expect from the second season and her character, Hannah Baker, and if I'm being honest, it wasn't what I was expecting.

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What we already knew about the second season is that Hannah will definitely be in it, and her story will continue to be told.

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Beyond that, we'll also get to dive deeper into the other character's stories.

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Katherine explained that this season was going to be really different from the first, which is a good thing.

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We know that it will take place a few months after the first season ended, and we might not be seeing the cassette tapes like we did before; instead, the story might continue using a different form of technology.

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"You see a very different Hannah in Season 2. I would prepare fans not to expect the Hannah from Season 1 for a multitude of reasons," she explained.

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When asked if it's the last season we'll see Hannah in — even though a third season isn't confirmed yet — her answer speaks for itself.

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"I just wrapped and I think a lot of this season for me is about letting Hannah go," she said.

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It'd be hard to imagine a season of the show without Hannah, and I'd be sad to see that happen.

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At the same time, if the story is chronological, they have to let her go at some point.

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What are you hoping to see come from the second season?

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