‘13 Reasons Why' Season 2 Renewed? Selena's Project Paying Dividends
The first season of “13 Reasons Why” literally took the world by storm. According to reports, it was the most watch streaming series for multiple weeks and fans all over the world can’t wait to see its sophomore season. Also, Selena Gomez is very happy with the success of her project and stated that she didn’t doubt the project the first time she created it.
Selena Gomez Is Now A Renowned EP
Apart from being a versatile singer, Selena Gomez is now a renowned executive producer due to her splendid work for “13 Reasons Why”. After countless years of preparing for the show, they were able to get a go signal with Netflix. There were multiple instances that “13 Reasons Why” were somehow denied by some of the critics because of the content that it has. When the first few episodes were shown, “13 Reasons Why” received a positive feedback but with the death of Hannah Baker and Alex, it somehow triggered some of the activists to request for cancellation of the show.
Selena Gomez hasn't commented about the issues that are revolving the show she created. For those who are not familiar, the synopsis of the “13 Reasons Why” is all about teens who are struggling with their everyday life and having the thoughts in committing suicide. Multiple fan pages from social media groups showed some support to “13 Reasons Why”. According to a famed YouTuber, “13 Reasons Why” actually portrays the things that will happen if teens are not very careful with their decisions in life.
Season 2 Not Yet Renewed
As for the sophomore season of “13 Reasons Why”, there is no word yet from the producers or the streaming giant. The only thing that is clear right now is, the storylines for season 2 is already finalized. Fans should rewatch the show while waiting for season 2 as there are numerous “easter eggs” lying on some of the episodes.
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'13 Reasons Why' Season 2 Already Locked In Despite Controversies; Showrunner Teases New Installment's Arc
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'13 Reasons Why's' Dylan Minnette Comments On Car Seat Headrest's Twitter Attack; Selena Gomez Finally Answers To Criticisms
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