13 Reasons Why season 2 production halted due to California wildfires

13 Reasons why season 2It looks as though 13 Reasons Why season 2 production is being forced to come to an abrupt halt — at least for the time being.

As first reported by Deadline the Netflix series, which films in Vallejo, California, is currently shutting down production due to some of the devastating wildfires that are sweeping through the region. Many of the show’s cast members have been flown home due to the conditions being such where it is difficult to continue living there and waiting for production to start back. We do wish that some of the other people suffering in the midst of the fires at the moment had the same option for them.

13 Reasons Why season 2 is slated to premiere at some point in 2018, and for the time being it doesn’t feel as though there is any reason to think that the show will see a delay in its premiere because of this. For the time being, though, the attention really does need to be on those suffering out there as opposed to a TV show. This has been a long, difficult year in terms of people dealing with natural disasters. The hurricane season has left a devastating impact on both Florida and Texas to go along with Puerto Rico, and there have been numerous wildfires that have caused a horrible amount of devastation across all of California, especially the northern reason and wine country. If anything, we do hope that the news of the 13 Reasons Why shutdown allows for there to be even more attention on what is going on in the area, especially for the show’s younger audience who tend to be apathetic at times about news. There are more people there in need of help than can even be expressed in words.

Netflix at some point in the new year will probably announce more news when it comes to the show’s future. Hopefully over the next several days production can resume normally and the entire cast can reconvene and get back to doing more of what they do so fantastically.

Let’s conclude this for now by saying that all of our thoughts go out to some of the people out there who are still suffering with the fires and trying to find their best way to move forward. It may not be altogether easy but we absolutely hope that all of them find a way.

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