‘13 Reasons Why’
Mrs. Baker (Kate Walsh) will face the aftermath of her daughter Hannah Baker’s (Katherine Langford) suicide in “13 Reasons Why” Season 2. Netflix

“13 Reasons Why” Season 2 cast members have already begun filming for the upcoming episodes.

While speaking with People, Kate Walsh confirmed the news and revealed that she already knows what’s going to happen in the sequel. Walsh also gushed over showrunner Brian Yorkey’s artistry and shared that the approach in Season 1 will be the same for Season 2. “His use of time and going back and forth in time, we’ll see more of that. He has such an incredibly all-encompassing vision for the show,” she said.

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Walsh also talked about her character in the hit Neflix series. Mrs. Baker is the mom of Hannah Baker (Katherine Langford), the high school student who committed suicide. Before taking her own life, Hannah recorded several tapes about the people who drove her to take her own life and handed them over to Tony (Christian Navarro) to distribute to those who contributed to her tough decision. “I think you see Mrs. Baker still questing for answers of what happened to her daughter,” she said.

Mrs. Baker only found out about what happened to Hannah after she had already passed away. But she and her husband were the ones who found Hannah right after she slashed her wrist and bled to death inside the bathtub.

When asked when “13 Reasons Why” Season 2 will be released, Walsh said that she doesn’t really know. However, it’s possible that the sequel will stream on Netflix starting March next year just like Season 1.

Meanwhile, the “Private Practice” and “Grey’s Anatomy” alum previously told TV Guide that she almost backed out of “13 Reasons Why.” “It was really appealing to me, but I really did consider it very seriously because it’s so heavy – my character, what she goes through – that I was like, ‘Do I want to put myself in that place for seven months?’ But I thought it’s such an important subject, between teen suicide and LGBTQ issues, bullying, sexual assault, all of it, that was like, ‘No, I have to be a part of this,’” she said.

“13 Reasons Why” Season 2 is slated for release in 2018.