Showrunner Brian Yorkey previously said that the next batch of episodes will explore an ongoing case of numerous sexual assaults connected to one of the sports teams.
After releasing a cryptic teaser filled with polaroids and an investigative bulletin board, Netflix has revealed the official trailer for season two of its controversial high-school drama 13 Reasons Why. In the extended look at the upcoming episodes, dropping May 18, Bryce's (Justin Prentice) past as Hannah (Katherine Langford) and Jessica's (Alisha Boe) alleged rapist comes to the forefront.
The preview opens with Clay (Dylan Minnette) and Bryce sharing a look as they walk past each other in the hallway. Clay opens his locker only for a Polaroid to fall out, with a message on the back: "Hannah wasn't the only one." The rest of the teaser features Clay, Jessica and other students trying to piece together clues in a collection of ominous Polaroids, including one with the message, "He won't stop."
Meanwhile, Bryce is shown telling his friends "we're all in this together now," closing his locker to reveal that "Rapist" has been spray-painted across the front, and getting attacked by the school guidance counselor. The preview ends with scenes of people brandishing guns, with Clay telling Justin (Brandon Flynn) " I can't count on anyone else anymore. I have to do this myself … No one's going to get justice for her."