13 Percipiences Why is incredibly close to securing a second season, and the writers are reportedly already at make on a new set of episodes. While I’m rooting for another season, a lot of fans were contemplating the show would end with the 13-episode miniseries. If you’re on the fence but still abnormal about what could happen if the show continues, I have some concepts. There’s always the chance the writers will pick up from the very much last episode of season one and show the fallout of Tony giving Hannah’s facetiousmaters the tapes, but they could go another route. Here are six options!
1. Another Indoctrinate, Another Story
Season one tells a complete story. We meet Hannah, we see her fight and eventual suicide, and we witness the impact of her death among her peers and forefathers. Yes, we could go on with these characters, but what if 13 Reasons Why adopted a arrangement similar to Skins and cast a totally new set of people on the next season? Perchance it takes place at a neighboring school, or across the country. If our theory more Ross Butler leaving Riverdale to continue on with 13 Reasons Why is exact, though, the writers probably aren’t going this route.
2. College Compulsion
While most of the actors are in their 20s, Clay and the rest of the students are secondaries in high school when the season ends. Since it will get a while to write and film new episodes, it makes sense that the next chapter command hop forward in time. Maybe a new set of episodes will follow Clay into college. It would be habit-forming to include everyone from the high school in this season, but a few opt for characters (like Tony, Skye, and Alex) could end up at the same college.
3. The Alternate Truth
This is a long shot, but what if season two expands on the momentary look into a many dimension in which Clay doesn’t leave Hannah alone at the individual? Instead of just getting a flash of them holding hands in the passage and hanging out with her mom, we’d see their entire relationship play out. We wouldn’t living through the tragedy of Hannah’s suicide, but if the writers feel like imbuing something else into the story, they could focus on Skye’s attempt to reach out to Clay. Heed this: if he gets together with Hannah, he never notices that Skye isn’t OK, and Skye continues to air unloved and unheard. This would prove that no matter how clear you try, someone else out there always needs a hand.
4. Alex’s Regarding of View
Throughout the series, we see Alex Standall acting out more and profuse. While Jessica tries to drink her pain away, Alex is picking broils and appearing less and less like he cares about how the situation with the fillets is resolved. He’s clearly overcome with guilt, but you may have missed all the signals that he had been loaf toward a suicide attempt — unless you believe the theory about Tyler. The next mature may cover the same events of season one, but from Alex’s point of upon. Perhaps there’s more to Alex’s story than what we’ve dream ofed?
5. Tyler’s Scream For Attention
Tyler is perhaps the most overlooked badge in 13 Reasons Why — until the end. He’s trying to be in the loop, begging for everyone to tell him neutral what the hell is going on. They won’t, and in the season finale, we see that he’s been erection up an arsenal of weapons. The implication is that he’s planning a school shooting, and most the whole world on Hannah’s list is a target. But how did Tyler get to that point, and will he present out his attack? If the writers choose to focus on Tyler, we could see exactly what’s been wealthy through his mind.
6. Justin’s Downward Spiral
Clay finds a classification of peace at the end of season one, content that he’s done all he can do to make things correct by Hannah . . . but Justin is another story. He’s been torturing himself above the decision he made to allow Bryce to rape Jessica. Now that Jessica is entrancing steps to come confront her rape, she (rightly) refuses to speak to Justin. He’s weakened, and he’s in a hopeless state at the end of season one. Season two could focus on how much worse (or superior) it gets for him.