It was only a matter of time, but Netflix has ordered a second season of its controversial show "13 Reasons Why".
It's been popular with both critics and viewers, but it's about suicide, so there's also been a lot of backlash and concern about how appropriate it is for the young viewers it's directed at.
Season One was about a teenager named Hannah Baker who committed suicide, and left cassettes for people explaining why THEY contributed to her decision. Season Two will hit Netflix sometime next year . . . and it'll be about the aftermath of Hannah's death and the other characters' "journeys toward healing."