13 Reasons Why” indeed has become one of the most binge-worthy Netflix shows right now, and fans are hoping to see more of it. With the ongoing hype of the series, the showrunner teases that Season 2 is not far from happening despite many controversies surrounding it.

Brian Yorkey revealed to Entertainment Weekly that he had always been interested in making “13 Reasons Why” season 2 after they finished the first installment. Although many thought that the story of Hannah Baker has already reached the end of the line, the showrunner noted that it’s not the case at all.

“I have heard from some people, ‘Well we heard all her tapes, so her story is done.’ That’s leaving aside the fact that for every tape there’s another person who has a story, which is the person Hannah mentions on her tape,” Brian Yorkey told the site.

Hannah Baker's story continues to season 2?

The “13 Reasons Why” showrunner shared that while Hannah Baker may have already said her piece, the other characters that she talked about also have their sides of the story.

With that said, it is safe to say that “13 Reasons Why” season 2 will certainly focus more on the lives of these mentioned people until viewers finally see their connection and alleged involvement in the teen’s death.

Meanwhile, when “13 Reasons Why” premiered back in March, many had high hopes for the American drama-mystery web television series mostly because everybody knew it was a Selena Gomez-produced drama.

However, the show based on a novel by Jay Asher got a lot of controversies than anyone had ever predicted.

Netflix show worries parents and school officials

13 Reasons Why” got a lot of hate for seemingly glamorizing suicide. The issue became so big that parents were worried about their sons and daughters watching the Netflix series.

On top of that, school officials have been concerned for the popularity of the show and have issued a warning to parents.

Christian Navarro, who played Tony Padilla in “13 Reasons Why,” defends the show in a recent interview. The 25-year-old actor shared that suicide is a real issue, and it should be talked about. “I think there’s always going to be controversy.

I respect their opinion, especially when it comes from a place of trying to protect their kids,” Christian Navarro said at the PEOPLE and Entertainment Weekly Upfronts party. “I think they should listen to their children though; this is happening right now all over the world in high schools. I think the parents should watch it with them.”