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The new hit show "13 Reasons Why" first became available on Netflix on March 31st, 2017. It's about a 17-year-old high school student, Hannah Baker, who decides to take her own life. Two weeks after her death, a classmate (Clay) comes home to find a box on his porch. When he opens the box he finds seven tapes made by Hannah, whom Clay was very close to and had a crush on.

In the first season, Hannah is the narrator. She tells us the story of her life, flipping between past and present. Hannah was bullied by individuals at her school and the cassette tapes are for 13 people that influenced her to take her life. There are 13 episodes and each episode is a different tape.

After each episode ends, the show leaves you wanting more.

Why many are talking

The show has received mixed reviews. It has received positive reviews from critics, but also has attracted some controversy. Some feel that the show is too graphic and that it glamorizes suicide. It broke some Twitter records, being the topic of 3.4 million tweets and re-tweets in the first week. Some have said that it shows how much bullying can impact someone's life. Earlier this month, the show was renewed for a second season.

Season 2 and what to expect

The creator of the show, Brian Yorker, said, "Hannah's story isn't over." Her parents still don't have the full story and they have questions that they want answered. There are characters who are beginning the process of coming to terms with what part they may have played in Hannah's death.

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Hannah's death will change lives in the future.

Yorkey says, "I think that there is so much that's fascinating about the way we grieve, the way we recover, the way we learn to take better care of each other."

We are not done seeing Hannah. We still need to go deeper into the past, into Hannah's story. We get to see who she was and what her life was like. With Season 2 officially confirmed for renewal, fans and viewers will get to delve deeper into Hannah's story, and many are looking forward to finding out more.