13 Reasons Why is not a show that shies away from controversial subjects. Even the mixed responses to Season 1from television critics to mental health experts to scientific researchundeniably created conversation. Season 2 is so chock-full of sensitive, buzzy subjects that it seems the showrunners took it upon themselves to address every social issue possibleand in the process, missed the mark on most of them.SEE ALSO: Hannah and Clay in '13 Reasons Why' will break your heartSeason 2 finds Hannah's (Katherine Langford) peers at Liberty High School trying to move past her death by suicide, and the tapes she left behind addressing a dozen of them and one teacher. The problem is that the tapes are apparently only the tip of the iceberg, and Season 2 reveals huge chapters of Hannah's lifeall involving the people on the tapesthat were never even hinted at previously. Meanwhile, the Bakers (Kate Walsh and Brian D'arcy James) are embroiled in a nasty law suit against the school district that calls many of the students to testify; Season 1 was tapes, and Season 2 is testimony. Read more...More about Entertainment, Television, Netflix, 13 Reasons Why, and 13 Reasons Why Season 2 Click here to read full news..