'13 Reasons Why' Season 2 Halts Production Due to 'Devastating' Wildfires

13 Reasons Why Shuts Down Production

Netflix’s ’13 REASONS WHY’ is halting production. Beth Dubber Netflix

Production of season two of 13 Reasons Whysons Why has been halted due to the wildfires in Northern California. The Netflix series films in the Vallejo area, which is just south of Sonoma and Napa, in Solano County, which now includes some mandatory evacuation areas.

Until the smoke has thinned out and the fires contained, filming will not be able to continue.

The combination of Santa Ana winds and dry conditions have fueled more than 20 wildfires in the last week, killing at least 17 people and leaving more than 180 people missing.

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. Cast and crew members have been flown home as a courtesy during the pause in filming.

Devin Druid (AKA Tyler Down) also posted about the unfortunate events.

Dylan Minnette, who plays Clay Jensen, took to Twitter to share his sentiments and also provide information on help, "We film 13 Reasons Why in numerous areas in NorCal affected by these devastating fires. My heart goes out to all affected by these very bad fires", Devin Druid wrote.

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

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