'13 Reasons Why' Season 2 Shuts Down Production Due to California Wildfires

Deadly As of Tuesday night the death toll from the wildfires raging in Northern California had now grown to 17

Deadly As of Tuesday night the death toll from the wildfires raging in Northern California had now grown to 17

Selena is an executive producer of the series after buying the rights to Jay Asher's book when she was a teenager. Sources close to the production team have indicated that the hiatus is only temporary, and is expected to last until Thursday, October 12. At least 17 people have been killed as a result of the fires, and more than 180 people have been reported missing. Numerous show's cast members have been flown home due to the conditions being such where it is hard to continue living there and waiting for production to start back.

As Deadline reports, the Netflix original series is filmed in Vallejo, California, which is within the affected area.

Dylan Minnette, who plays Clay Jensen in the show, tweeted of his sadness as filming came to an abrupt halt.

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Several of the cast members have spoken out about the devastating wildfires. "Sending love and thoughts to everyone involved".

13 Reasons Why, slated to return in 2018, is directed by Oscar victor Tom McCarthy; written by Yorkey; and executive produced by Gomez, Yorkey, McCarthy, Joy Gorman, Michael Sugar and Steve Golin from Anonymous Content, Kristel Laiblin and Mandy Teefey. If anything, we do hope that the news of the 13 Reasons Why shutdown allows for there to be even more attention on what is going on in the area, especially for the show's younger audience who tend to be apathetic at times about news.

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