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

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According to the L.A. Times, fires in Sonoma and Napa counties "have scorched more than 100,000 acres and left at least 17 people dead".

Santa Ana winds and dry conditions have fueled more than 20 wildfires in California this week, but the fires in Northern California's wine country have been the most devastating and remain out of control.

Per the outlet, those in the cast and crew that have opted to leave have been flown home as many of them have homes in the areas of the fire.

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

One of the series' stars Dylan Minnette, who plays the central character Clay Jensen, confirmed the production shut-down on Twitter.

Several of the cast members have spoken out about the devastating wildfires.

Season two of 13 Reasons Why is set to return in 2018. "Sending love and thoughts to everyone involved". "My heart goes out to all affected by these terrible fires". 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.