Reasons Why pauses production due to California wildfires


Popular Netflix series 13 Reasons Why has temporarily shut down production on its second season, due to the horrific wildfires in Northern California.

The hit Netflix drama, which is executive produced by Selena Gomez, has taken a break from production in the wake of the fires, which have killed at least 15 people with more than 200 missing.

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The death toll in wildfires that are raging across the western USA state of California increased to 17 with hundreds of people having been hospitalized, Sputnik reported.

While firefighters have now surrounded half of the fire, with full containment expected this weekend, the production will remain on hiatus through Thursday, per Deadline.

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Filming has been put on hiatus for Wednesday and Thursday, with production set to resume on Sunday (Friday and Saturday were already planned days off), Deadline reports. Some members expressed their sympathy for those severely affected. In the time since the fires first began on Sunday, October 8, they have spread to cover over 115,000 acres. The breakout drama, from Paramount TV, films in Vallejo in the Northern California area that has been ravaged by wildfires.

Dylan Minnette, who plays Clay Jensen in the show, tweeted of his sadness as filming came to an abrupt halt.

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"13 Reasons Why" Season 2 is slated to have 13 episodes, arriving on Netflix in 2018.