Although 13 Reasons Why lead character Hannah Baker committed suicide at the end of season one, it doesn't mean her story is over.
It's been revealed that season two will definitely explore more of Hannah's [Katherine Langford] story.
"What I can tell you is certainly one question I got a lot is, 'well how can there be a season two when the story is over?'" executive producer Brian Yorkey said during a Netflix Q&A session.
"I'm like, what story is over? And people are like 'Hannah's,' and I'm like, well no, Hannah told her version of the events but there are at least 12 kids that have another version of those events that we haven't really heard from yet, so I think there's quite a bit more of Hannah's story to tell."
There will also be more stories to share, including those of the people in Hannah's life, including Clay [Dylan Minette] and her mother, Olivia [Kate Walsh]. There are also new stories to tell, like about what happens next for the people in Hannah's life.
"Their stories of recovery are just beginning," Yorkey said. "Season two is also about healing and how we go on, because people always say you have to go on but how do we after something like that?"
There will also be more to explore with Jessica (Alisha Boes) as she comes tells her dad about being raped by Bryce (Justin Prentice).
"It's covered in three to five episodes, and then you see them move onto a new love interest. Having spoken to many rape survivors and having many of them close to me...it's a life-long process, so Jessica's story is just beginning."