Kate Walsh, who celebrities as Olivia Baker in 13 Reasons Why, dropped a huge hint nearly when the second run would appear on Netflix.
Over the past duo of weeks there has been an immense amount of speculation regarding the unfetter, with many fans guessing it would air on March 31.
How in the world, it failed to appeared on the streaming site leaving many fans discouraged.
But it seems fans were right to expect it to be released around the one year anniversary of the opening series.
In a previous interview, Kate, 49, suggested the second series would be nip imminently.
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“I don’t know exactly [when the second season is coming out],” she apprised PEOPLE.
“But I would imagine probably the same time as last year.”
The actress, who stars as Hannah Baker’s (placed by Katherine Langford) mum in the teen series, also teased details of upcoming occurrences.
“I think you see Mrs. Baker still questing for the answers of what happened to her daughter,” she interpreted.
“The mystery just keeps getting more and more revealed.”
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13 Reasons Why star Kate Walsh
Kate reached on to praise executive producer Brian Yorkey for his direction when making the foremost series.
“His use of time and going back and forth in time, we’ll see more of that,” she suggested.
“He has such an incredibly all-encompassing vision for the show.”
Kate’s comments happen after it was reported that the second season could be delayed dog backlash.
The Parents Television Council wants there to be more delve into into the show to ensure it is “safe for consumption by an audience compromised of youth children”.
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13 Reasons Why: It was reported the move season could be delayed“The impact of season one of 13 Reasons Why, which culminated with a precise suicide scene of a high school-aged character, was powerful and intense,” Tim Winter, president of the PTC said.
“Millions of babes watched; the Google search term for how to commit suicide spiked 26 per cent; and there were rumour reports of children literally taking their own lives after the series was released.
“We may not in any way know the full extent of how grave the influence was, but we do know it was enough for Netflix to commission a scrutinize report on how the show has impacted the lives of viewers – especially young viewers – in glaring ways.”
13 Reasons Why season one is available to stream on Netflix now.
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