’13 Reasons Why’ author on the possibility of a season 2

What happens to Clay? They’re not the only ones: Author Jay Asher, who penned the best-selling book of the same name, would also   like more. “Which is so weird, because when I’d had the original idea for the book, I’d thought about it happening over several days like it does on the TV show. “I’m curious as well. “I’m not allowed to say either way   if there is or is not a second   season,” says   the author. How do people react to what Alex did at the very end? It’s the whole message of the book. I’d thought of a sequel at some point. So I’d love to see it.”
And while Hannah’s story is technically over, there are plenty of ways the show could still tackle some of the themes it delves into in its first season   — especially since a few of the characters’ storylines were left open-ended. I don’t think the show is affecting what the book is saying.”
13   Reasons Why is currently available for purchase —   order it here   — and the television adaptation is now streaming on Netflix. There may be many reasons (or 13 specifically) why Netflix’s latest series   13 Reasons Why should not come back for a second season. I’d brainstormed it, but decided I wasn’t going to write it. You realize that with not just what Hannah did, but also how other people treated Tyler throughout it. Of course, there’s obviously ways to go with a second season if they do that.”
So will there be a season 2? What’s going to happen to Mr. So when I realized where they were going with that relationship, to me it was just another sign they got my characters.”
“You can explore that world further in a different medium,” he continues, “and the book will still be able to be itself. “There’s never going to be a sequel,” says Asher of the book, which originally saw Hannah survive. “Things weren’t left open in the hopes of a sequel… There is no end for the characters left behind,” explains Asher of the intention behind the final episode of the season. Porter? But he’s completely fine with the show picking up where the book left off, especially with the show already having already provided a continuation of sorts to the novel’s tale. Like when Clay confronts Bryce but Bryce doesn’t know about the tapes yet, I had a similar scene in mine originally. “I’d just like a continuation of all those characters,” the author tells EW. “Every action we have is going to have repercussions in ways we could not anticipate. But that hasn’t stopped fans from wanting the story to continue on. Show Full Article