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'13 Reasons Why' Issues Casting Call For Season 2

'13 Reasons Why' Issues Casting Call For Season 2

Ever wanted to be a part of 13 Reasons Why? Well, here’s your chance.

According to the SF Gate, Netflix has put out a casting call for the next season of the hit, and controversial show.

For the new season, the show is looking for “people who appear high school-aged to play student athletes including football players, cheerleaders, and boxers”, as well as “adults or people of any age to play coffee shop guests, high school teachers, and parents.”

The casting call will take place at the USA World Classics Museum (1525 Sonoma St. in Vallejo, Calif.) from 11-3pm on Sunday, June 4th.

If you do plan to go, be prepared — you should bring a photo or headshot, and those under the age of 18 must get a California Entertainment Work Permit.

Also, for men trying out for a high school role, you need to be clean shaven.

Good luck!

Hannah Baker Will Be Part of the Story for '13 Reasons Why' Season Two

Hannah Baker Will Be Part of the Story for '13 Reasons Why' Season Two

While a second season of 13 Reasons Why hasn’t actually been confirmed, things are looking good for the hit Netflix show — and Hannah Baker is still going to be a part of it.

The 13 episodes (which are streaming on Netflix now) weren’t the end for her at all, even though we saw Hannah take her own life.

“One of the things that is a fundamental element of our show is the weaving of past and the present,” Brian Yorkey shared with THR.

He adds, “Hannah’s story is still very much not finished. She’s an integral part of whatever the next chapter of the story is, and she’s very much still at the center of it.”

Actress Katherine Langford agrees, saying, “there’s definitely more story to tell. It would be cool to continue the dialogue of this story. There are so many cliffhangers at the end of the season.”

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Justin Prentice's Bryce Will Be Convicted on '13 Reasons Why' Season 2

Justin Prentice's Bryce Will Be Convicted on '13 Reasons Why' Season 2

Bryce isn’t going to get away with anything he did, at least according to 13 Reasons Why showrunner Brian Yorkey.

Speaking with THR, Brian opened up about what a season two will mean for the star athlete, played by Justin Prentice, who raped both Hannah (Katherine Langford) and Jessica (Alisha Boe).

“There’s a f******* rapist at this high school that hasn’t been brought to any justice,” he says.

“And one of the victims, that we know of, is still living and just beginning to confront the realities of being a rape survivor, which is another hugely important story to tell.”

Miles Heizer adds that it’s something he definitely wants to see: “As a human being, I want to see Bryce go to trial and get what he deserves.”

“For me, Alisha and Jessica’s sake, I f—ing hope that he’s in jail. He deserves it so much,” Alisha says.

Another trial that will probably happen? The Bakers vs. The School District.

“There’s the trial still with Hannah’s parents suing the school district, which happens more often than you’d think,” Brian adds. “To find out who is responsible for what happened to her is really interesting.”

13 Reasons Why is streaming on Netflix now.

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'13 Reasons Why' Star Miles Heizer Reveals What Actually Happened To Alex

'13 Reasons Why' Star Miles Heizer Reveals What Actually Happened To Alex

When last we saw Alex on 13 Reasons Why, he was suffering from a critical gunshot wound…

Many fans speculated that either one of two thing happened: 1) Tyler shot him, or 2) he was committing suicide.

Star Miles Heizer, who plays Alex, just answered the question for everyone — it was suicide.

“It was interesting to see similarities between Alex and Hannah, because there are a lot of warning signs throughout the season,” Miles shared with THR.

But, don’t count out seeing Alex in a possible season two.

“That’s another subject that’s very rarely shown on-screen and is probably a lot more common than people think it is,” he adds, pointing out that Alex might have not been successful. “People attempting to take their lives and it not happening, I’m sure that will bring a crazy set of issues. It would be interesting to go into that.”

Netflix Will Add Content Warnings To Each '13 Reasons Why' Episode

Netflix Will Add Content Warnings To Each '13 Reasons Why' Episode

After many health organizations and schools are coming up with more than 13 reasons why you shouldn’t watch 13 Reasons Why, Netflix is now adding more content warnings to the episodes in the first season.

In a new statement, Netflix announced that will add warnings to the show before it begins [with each episode], and the text of the other warnings will be strengthened.

“There has been a tremendous amount of discussion about our series 13 Reasons Why,” Netflix shared. “While many of our members find the show to be a valuable driver for starting important conversation with their families, we have also heard concern from those who feel the series should carry additional advisories.

“Currently the episodes that carry graphic content are identified as such and the series overall carries a TV-MA rating. Moving forward, we will add an additional viewer warning card before the first episode as an extra precaution for those about to start the series and have also strengthened the messaging and resource language in the existing cards for episodes that contain graphic subject matter, including the URL 13ReasonsWhy.info – a global resource center that provides information about professional organizations that support help around the serious matters addressed in the show.”

Executive producer Selena Gomez has also commented about the backlash of the show. Read what she said on JJJ.

Canadian Schools Are Now Banning Netflix's '13 Reasons Why'

Canadian Schools Are Now Banning Netflix's '13 Reasons Why'

Canada is upping New Zealand.

While New Zealand isn’t allowing anyone under the age of 18 to watch 13 Reasons Why without a parent present, some schools in Canada are just outright banning the program.

Via Variety and the CBC, some Edmonton, Alberta schools “sent an email to the parents of sixth graders letting them know their students were prohibited from even mentioning the show on school grounds.”

The letter reads: “The discussion that is unfolding at school is troubling. This series is rated Mature and the theme is the suicide of a high school student. This show includes graphic violence (rape) and gore, profanity, alcohol/drugs/smoking, and frightening/intense scenes. The purpose of this email is to provide you with this information. Please let your child know that discussion of ’13 Reasons Why’ is not permitted at school due to the disturbing subject matter.”

But that’s not all…the Hamilton Wentworth District School Board claims on their own site that the show was “guilty of the glamorization of suicidal behavior and [depicting] negative portrayals of helping professionals.”

While we don’t think 6th graders should watch the show without a parent, junior high and high school students are exposed to the issues brought to light in the show every day.

13 Reasons Why isn’t glamorizing anything. It’s showing the issues how they are and how to get help.

TELL JJJ: What do you think about this 13 Reasons Why ban?

'13 Reasons Why' Star Hits Back at Critics Saying The Show 'Glorifies' Suicide

'13 Reasons Why' Star Hits Back at Critics Saying The Show 'Glorifies' Suicide

13 Reasons Why had a few weeks of amazing reviews.

The stars and fans of the show and book were telling others to watch it, and get aware of what’s actually going on in young adults’ lives — and now, now the show is being criticized and has come under fire for their graphic scenes and for “glorifying suicide”.

“Television is meant for entertainment, but I don’t think suicide is glorified. I’m not sure what they see in someone cutting their wrists as glorification,” star Brandon Flynn told THR after some organizations hit back at the Netflix show.

He adds, “Suicide is a taboo subject, especially suicide among youth. Everyone thinks that their kid lives these quaint and normal lives in school. What I hope people come to realize is that the show is much more than just that one scene.”

“[Hannah's suicide] scene is so graphic, but what the show deals with leads up to that scene — which is really important to talk about,” Brandon adds. “It’s the behavior among boys and girls at a young age that still exists in adults…If that scene is too graphic for people, that might be good because people are going to talk about it.”

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'Reign' Season Four is Coming To Netflix Sooner Than You Think!

'Reign' Season Four is Coming To Netflix Sooner Than You Think!

While we’re still not even remotely ready for Reign to end (seriously, we are resenting it ending at all!), this is actually good news about the show!

Just a few days after its’ series finale on June 9th, season four of the historical CW series will be on Netflix on June 17th.

PHOTOS: Check out the latest pics of Adelaide Kane

So, in case you missed Mary and Darnley getting married, Catherine’s quest to keep her children in line or even Elizabeth see through her master plan, you can do it all in one sitting.

We mean, you could actually watch the entire series, because all four seasons will be on the streaming service!

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