13 Reasons Why
Source: Beth Dubben/Netflix

The controversial and much talked about series that focuses on depression, mental health and violence among teenagers has been renewed for yet another season. Netflix confirmed today that 13 Reasons Why will be back for a third season next year. The series will continue to be produced Paramount Television and Anonymous Content. Like the previous two seasons, the show’s creator, Brian Yorkey, will return as the series show runner. In addition, Yorkey will serve as an executive producer alongside Joy Gorman, Mandy Teefey, Kristel Laiblin, Tom McCarthy, Steve Golin, and Selena Gomez.

The announcement of the show’s renewal comes just a few weeks after the show released it’s second season last month. The new season of the teen drama focused on the aftermath of a student’s death at Liberty High School. Liberty High School is preparing to go on trial in an examination of the student’s death, but someone is prepared to conceal the truth at all costs. Ultimately, one student uncovers pictures that lead himself and his classmates to uncover a series of secrets.

It’s unclear whether the show will continue with the story of last season or move in a new direction. Check back in for more updates as they become available and if you’re interested, you can stream the first two seasons of 13 Reasons Why on Netflix.

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