"13 Reasons Why" Season 2 will have a new narrator, according to Netflix. In a post on Twitter, the streaming site revealed the very first confirmed spoilers for the upcoming season, which has a 2018 release date.

The new season will pursue Jessica's (Alisha Boe) story, whose rape was depicted near the end of the season 1. Viewers may recall she was about to tell her father about her assault. While it's still unclear if season 2 will be centered on her case, she will likely be the new narrator in place of Hannah Baker (Katherine Langford).

'13 Reasons Why' bringing back Hannah

"13 Reasons Why" season 2 will still partly touch on Hannah Baker's story. While her character died last season, creators confirmed she will be featured in flashbacks scenes where the other characters will be sharing their point of views on her suicide. This means the other characters will also be likely be narrating some of the episodes.

The new season will no longer feature the tapes, which Hannah used to tell her story. The new season will also find Bryce's (Justin Prentice) karma for assaulting both Hannah and Jessica.

Cast still celebrating renewal

The cast continues to celebrate following Netflix's confirmation that the show has been renewed.

They were ecstatic during the MTV Movie and TV awards over the weekend and they recently celebrated as well during the FYSee exhibit in Beverly Hills.

"I think that's understandable," Miles Heizer, who plays Alex Standall on the show, told The Hollywood Reporter. "I think what's exciting about another season is that Jay Asher, the author of the book, he was very involved in the first season and remains involved in what's coming up next,"

Some of the cast also expressed what they expect to see from "13 Reasons Why" season 2.

One thing they hoped would be answered would be -- who really was responsible for Hannah's death?

Christian Navarro, who plays Tony on the show, said he expects his character could meet some consequences as the keeper of the tapes. Showrunner Brian Yorkey explained the writers might explore a trial within the series, which will uncover even more secrets.

Suicide backlash addressed

Meanwhile, the producers addressed the #backlash the show received from mental health experts. They criticized "13 Reasons Why" for glamorizing and portraying a sensitive topic like teen suicide graphically.

Netflix and the producers, however, pointed out they consulted with professionals for the show. They also produced a supplementary episode, "Beyond the Reasons," to address the issues raised. Watch the particular episode in the video below.