Netflix's '13 Reasons Why' Shuts Down Production Amid California Wildfires

The devastation to the California wine industry has been huge and the B.C. wine institute is reaching out to help. File

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Deadline reports production has temporarily shut down on the Netflix TV show due to the massive wildfires in Northern California. Numerous show's cast members have been flown home due to the conditions being such where it is hard to continue living there and waiting for production to start back.

Fueled by the Santa Ana winds, the death toll from the Northern California wildfires is expected to rise beyond the current 21, though officials believe numerous 600 people who have been reported missing will be found alive.

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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".

It films in Vallejo, which is in north California where the fires have taken hold, but a hiatus has been put in place for today and Thursday. "Sending love and thoughts to everyone involved".

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He said: "We film 13 Reasons Why in numerous areas in NorCal affected by these devastating fires". "The NorCal/Bay Area has been my home for nearly a year while filming 13 Reasons Why", Druid tweeted. "My heart goes out to all affected by these bad fires", Devin Druid wrote. 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.

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