Netflix's '13 Reasons Why' Shuts Down Production Amid California Wildfires

Leslie Hanson
October 11, 2017

The breakout drama, from Paramount TV, films in Vallejo in the Northern California area that has been ravaged by wildfires.

As of now, shooting is set to restart this upcoming Sunday, October 15, as the cast and crew were already supposed to have days off on Friday and Saturday.

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

Cast and crew members who wanted to leave have been flown home as a courtesy since many of them live in the fire zones.

The show, with Selena Gomez at the helm as executive producer, was in production for its highly-anticipated second series but has been forced to take a break in wake of the fires that've devastated the region.


Devin Druid, who plays the role of Tyler Down in "13 Reasons Why" said the Northern California and Bay Area has been his home for nearly a year while filming the series went on to say his heart goes out to everyone affected by the bad fires.

Dylan Minnette, who plays Clay Jensen in the drama series, sent his love and thoughts to everyone affected by the fires.

Devin Druid, who plays Tyler Down, echoed Dylan's thoughts.

The NorCal/Bay Area has been my home for nearly a year while filming @13ReasonsWhy. "My heart goes out to all affected by these terrible fires", Devin Druid wrote. There's been no word on whether or not this unplanned hiatus will affect the return date.

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