Netflix has affirmed that 13 Reasons Why will return for a second season.

The dubious dramatization, which depends on Jay Asher’s 2007 novel of a similar name, fixates on a 17-year-old secondary school understudy Hannah Baker who kicks the bucket by suicide, abandoning 13 tape tapes for 13 unique individuals she felt were instrumental in her choice to take her own particular life.

It as of late ended up plainly clear that the arrangement would be given a restoration by the gushing administration subsequent to turning into the most-examined show via web-based networking media, maybe supported by the tremendously plugged level headed discussion by emotional well-being associations which scrutinized its incorporation of the realistic suicide at the focal point of the arrangement or the reports that US schools conveyed letters to guardians cautioning them about the show’s substance.

Taking after the feedback, Netflix safeguarded the arrangement revealing to ABC News in an announcement: “From the onset of work on 13 Reasons Why, we have been careful both of the show’s extraordinary subjects and the target group.”

The season two reestablishment touches base toward the start of Mental Health Awareness Week (8-14 May).

Season two will comprise of another 13 scenes which will make a big appearance on Netflix in 2018 under the guide of showrunner Brian Yorkey. The arrangement stars Katherine Langford as Baker, Dylan Minnette, Mark Pellegrino and Kate Walsh.