Published: Thu, October 12, 2017
Medicine | By Megan Pierce

'13 Reasons Why' Shuts Down Production Due To Devastating Northern California Wildfires

'13 Reasons Why' Shuts Down Production Due To Devastating Northern California Wildfires

Netflix has shut down production on the second season of 13 Reasons Why due to the raging wildfires that are now devastating the Northern California area (via The Hollywood Reporter). 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.

More than 20 wild fires, due to dry conditions and Santa Ana winds, have destroyed areas in north California, with the wine district being the worst hit.

13 Reasons Why has become the latest victim of the wildfires in Northern California. At least 17 people have been killed as a result of the fires, and more than 180 people have been reported missing. It may not be altogether easy but we absolutely hope that all of them find a way.

The series films in Vallejo and has delayed production through this Thursday due to the fact that the wildfires have not been contained and the entire area is dealing with thick smoke.

'We film 13 Reasons Why in numerous areas in NorCal affected by these devastating fires, ' tweeted hos co-star Dylan Minnette, who plays Clay Jensen.

One of the series' stars Dylan Minnette, who plays the central character Clay Jensen, confirmed the production shut-down on Twitter. "Sending love and thoughts to everyone involved", wrote Minnette.

13 Reasons Why, created by Paramount TV, hit TV screens for the first time in spring this year.

Netflix at some point in the new year will probably announce more news when it comes to the show's future. The series is based on the 2007 young adult novel by Jay Asher. These tapes reveal the disturbing secret about Hannah and some of her classmates.

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