'13 Reasons Why' Shares First Teaser and Release Date for Season Two

13 Reasons Why

13 Reasons Why

The truth is developing.

After the first season was released March 31st previous year, Netflix announced with the release of a video that the new season will hit the popular streaming site on Friday May 18th!

The second season will pick up with the characters of the show trying to start their journeys to recovery. But here is the twist, Netflix says that there are "A series of ominous Polaroids lead Clay and his classmates to uncover a sickening secret and a conspiracy to cover it up".

Now, as we know from the first season, there was one character in particular who liked playing with his polaroid camera: Tyler Down (Devin Druid).

According to the Hollywood Reporter, the streaming site has confirmed that 13 Reasons Why season 2 will premiere on May 18 and will contain 13 new episodes.

Netflix revealed the first teaser for 13 Reasons Why Season 2.

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Meanwhile, the other characters attempt to recover following the shocking revelation from the 13 cassette tapes which Hannah left that detail the reasons why she committed suicide.

13 Reasons Why season two finally gets an air date.

The shows immediate success had people posting about how the show depicts bullying and sexual harassment and praising it for bringing awareness, and they even announced another season would be in the works.

Sixty-two to 74 percent of parents also said they wanted more resources from mental health professionals. The show was heavily criticized in Season 1 for glorifying the act and has made some adjustments for the new season. They're using a recently released trailer and teaser clip as their guide to understanding some of what this season could be about. "We've seen in our research that teens took positive action after watching the series, and now - more than ever - we are seeing the power and compassion of this generation advocating on behalf of themselves and their peers".

However these injuries are not the most perplexing images to come from Tony's trailer scene, as another polaroid also reveals that he is carrying a note.