13 Reasons Why actor Katherine Langford who portrays Hannah Baker in Netflix’s controversial series has no plans to come back for a third season. Langford took to Instagram to share a long, emotional post bidding goodbye to her character and thank the team for making her do something that resonated with a large group of the society.
She wrote, “Unlike the previous spin-off Rogue One, Solo is a film completely connected to a character who went on to become an irreplaceable character in the franchise. So, the stakes were high since the announcement and the pressure was on a fairly new team with no ‘Yoda’ guidance.”
She continued, “As most of you know 13 Reasons Why was my first ever job and I am so grateful to have had the opportunity to tell Hannah’s story so fully in season 1, and to be asked back for a season 2. Thank you to Netflix, the incredible producers, creatives, cast and crew for making these last 2 years so special. And to all of you here – Thank you for filling my life with love and light.”
She added that she will strive to do meaningful work ahead, regardless of the fact if her character comes back for the third season.
The second season was a closure for the show’s character and fans on Hannah Baker’s story. While season one was all about Hannah’s story and her tapes explaining why she committed suicide, the recently released season was all about the trial and punishing those responsible. The second season ended in a cliffhanger, but it is unlikely that the new storyline will have anything to do with Langford’s track.
The Australian actress is currently shooting the film Spontaneous, in which she plays Mara Carlyle, whose life is forever changed when students in her senior class suddenly start exploding around her.