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12 October 2017, 05:18 | Melissa Porter
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The 13-episosde second season of 13 Reasons Why, adaption of the bestselling 2007 YA book by Jay Asher, picks up in the aftermath of Hannah Baker's death and the start of the characters' complicated journeys toward healing and recovery. At least 17 people have been killed as a result of the fires, and more than 180 people have been reported missing. More than 20,000 people were ordered to evacuate their residences in order to evade potential danger.
Several members of the cast and crew have been flown home as a courtesy since a lot of them live in areas adjacent to the wildfires.
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. He said: "We film 13 Reasons Why in numerous areas in NorCal affected by these devastating fires".
The production company is reportedly on a hiatus until Sunday, when the situation will be reviewed again and hopefully, if safe to do so, the company will return filming.
A few cast members including Dylan Minnette (Clay Jensen) and Devin Druid (Tyler Down) took to Twitter to express their concern over the issue. "Sending love and thoughts to everyone involved".
13 Reasons Why, created by Paramount TV, hit TV screens for the first time in spring this year. My heart goes out to all affected by these very bad fires. It is now one of the highest tweeted shows throughout the year so far. Before her death, Hannah records a collection of tapes explaining the circumstances that led her to end her own life, including the people who contributed to that decision.