Reasons Why Shuts Down Production Due to Massive California Wildfires


Netflix's 13 Reasons Why has halted production on season two amid the Northern California wildfires that have been destroying the area, Deadline reports.

From executive producer Selena Gomez, 13 Reasons Why films in locations that have been affected by the fires. More than 20 wildfires have sprung up in California just this week and North California has been hit the hardest. Sources close to the production team have indicated that the hiatus is only temporary, and is expected to last until Thursday, October 12.

Wildfires have been raging up and down the coast of California, and due to the Santa Ana winds and dry weather, the 13RW cast and crew have been forced to take safety precautions and put a pause on filming Season 2.

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Per the outlet, those in the cast and crew that have opted to leave have been flown home as many of them have homes in the areas of the fire.

According to local officials, many people are still missing and some areas remain out of reach for emergency services, so the number of victims can further increase, The New York Times reported late Tuesday. "We film 13 Reasons Why in numerous areas in NorCal affected by these devastating fires".

Devin Druid, who plays Tyler Down, echoed Dylan's thoughts. He said: "We film 13 Reasons Why in numerous areas in NorCal affected by these devastating fires". "My heart goes out to all affected by these terrible fires".