Everything we saw was raw and insanely confronting. Especially when it came to Hannah Baker's experiences.
But, many viewers have questioned whether or not Hannah was a reliable narrator.
Most of the events that went down were her side of the story, not to say that she was lying... but she could have twisted the truth here and there, for all we know.
This week, producer Brian Yorkey sat down with Variety to talk all things season 2, and he addressed the issue with Hannah.
“Hannah told her version of events, but there are at least 12 kids who have another version of those events that we actually haven’t really heard from yet,” he said.
“I don’t think Hannah told any untruths on her tape. She reclaimed her narrative, which had really been taken from her,” he added.
So season 2 will deffs delve deeper into the other characters side of the story, and might even show different perspectives that we never knew happened.
The second season, which will also have 13 episodes, is set to debut on Netflix in 2018.