13 Reasons Why was undoubtedly the most controversial show of 2017. Released on Netflix and co-produced by Selena Gomez, the series followed a group of high school teens coming to terms with the suicide of their classmate - more specifically, why exactly she ended her life.
With graphic scenes depicting self-harm and sexual assault being watched by such a young fanbase, it's only natural that the series received widespread backlash. Enough so that it was the most talked about show of the year with more than 11 million tweets on Twitter.
But despite the controversy, just two months after the first season was released, Netflix announced 13 Reasons Why would return for a second instalment, one that would include season one's star Hannah Baker, played by Australian actress Katherine Langford.
After announcing the second season will be released on May 18th, the eerie trailer has dropped showing a note which reads, "Hannah wasn't the only one."
The clip continues showing a series of ominous polaroids, which appear to reveal yet another dark secret at Liberty High.
Netflix has teased that in season 2 we will see other perspectives on Hannah's story. It also noted that the season will explore "the way we raise boys up into men and the way we treat girls and women in our culture - and what we could do better in both cases."
“It’s a different story than season 1 and I think that’s a good thing," Langford revealed.
"This season we get to explore a lot more of the other characters and their journeys, which I’m excited about. As sad as it is, there is life after Hannah, and this season we get to see the effects it had on the people around her a lot more.”
Watch the full trailer below.