Netflix Announce Release Date For 13 Reasons Why Season 2

Netflix Announce Release Date For 13 Reasons Why Season 2

Darren Sullivan
May 2, 2018

Tony Padilla (Christian Navarro) was the first person to listen to Hannah's suicide tapes after she left them on his doorstep. Does that mean these cassettes are yet to serve their goal? Tony is the first up, and is shown leaving his iconic red auto.

Yep, most of the cast uploaded the video, and it gave us chills.

This is when you start paying attention to all the polaroids flying in the air.

A whole host of new characters are set to be introduced to the halls of Liberty High in season two. Does this mean the task Hannah Baker assigned him is yet to be completed? The trailer shows the ensemble cast surrounded by polaroid photographs that show their true feelings and inner thoughts, as well as a note that reads: "Keep your mouth shut", and "Know your place". Looks like we will have to wait a couple weeks to find out. She is called a "liar" in one picture and the other one has her clutching her jacket.

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Guidance counselor Kevin Porter (Derek Luke) was in his office and one polaroid showed that Hannah Baker (Katherine Langford) was confiding things to him and another one showed how bad he felt. And once again, justice for Hannah is put on hold. Party doesn't stop for him and his cronies. And really trying to, again, look for responsibility and accountability. There is a shot of her joining the dots on her own bulletin board.

Finally the camera arrives at Clay (Dylan Minnette), who snaps out of the trance as the Polaroids fall away. But it might not go down the way we fear.

Netflix announced the premiere date on social media, with the caption, "The tapes were just the beginning".

While Season 1 followed Hannah's (Katherine Langford) suicide and the 13 tapes explaining why she did it, the Netflix drama will take on sexual assault in Season 2, according to the Hollywood Reporter.