'13 Reasons Why' Season 2: One of TV's most controversial shows set to return in May with bigger shocks!
Netflix 13 Reasons Why Season 2 set for May premiere, offering a glimpse of the entire crew at Liberty High
It has been over a year since Netflix introduced the world to the thrilling series, 13 Reasons Why, centered on the suicide of a high-school teenager, Hannah Baker. The series finale had triggered off a round of heated debate surrounding the serious issues portrayed in the show and anticipation over the second season of the show has been on the rise.
Good news, however, is that the streaming giant has finally unveiled what can be considered the first teaser for season 2. Offering a glimpse of the entire crew at Liberty High, the short video sets an early tone for the upcoming season, which is pretty grim, to say the least.
"The tapes were just the beginning. May 18," the streamer shared along with the teaser video with its thousands of followers on Twitter on Monday. Asides from the ominous first look, the premiere date for season 2 was also announced - May 18, 2018.
With just a few weeks left until the season premiere, it's quite obvious that Netflix is keeping plot details tightly guarded. However, if the teaser clip is any indication, the aftermath of Hannah's death is not going to be any easy for the bunch of teenagers, especially Hannah closest friend and love interest, Clay.
In the video, a sneak peek of almost every cast member is shown. However, what grabs eyeballs is a series of Polaroids that seems to hint at some brewing trouble and conspiracy. Things get especially grim towards the end of the clip, when Clay discovers a photo of Hannah's, looking scared, and with the message "The tapes were just the beginning" splashed on the back of the picture.
“A series of ominous Polaroids lead Clay and his classmates to uncover a sickening secret and a conspiracy to cover it up," an official synopsis from Netflix reads.