"[Creator Brian Yorkey's] use of time and going back and forth in time, we’ll see more of that," said Walsh of the new season. "He has such an incredibly all-encompassing vision for the show," she added.
Walsh compared Yorkey's vision for the show to the 1950 Japanese film Rashomon, which portrayed one incident in several different ways based on the character the film is following in that moment's point of view. She said that fans should expect more of that in the new season.
"[13 Reasons Why brings] up the ideas of what is true, what is real, what is not," said Walsh.
While Hannah's story isn't untrue — several characters have already corroborated the events as she discusses them on the tapes, especially when it comes to serious issues like Jessica's (Alisha Boe) rape — the show did illustrate how certain events could be skewed based on perspective. Hannah was in a bad place during the last few months of her life, and interpreted certain things differently than other characters. For example, Zach (Ross Butler) didn't actually throw away the note she left him in his compliment box — he shows Clay that he kept it even after Hannah's death by suicide.
"The mystery just keeps getting more and more revealed," teased Walsh to People.
While there's no release date yet for season 2 of 13 Reasons Why, it's clear that Walsh is excited to bring more of Olivia's story to the small screen.