13 Reasons Why is now casting talent for season 2

The pop-culture defining Netflix series 13 Reasons Why is now holding an open casting call for its second season.

According to reports, Netflix casting directors will be holding an open casting call on Sunday, June 4 in Vallejo. Casting directors are looking for actors, extras, stand-ins, photo doubles and other paid positions for the hit TV series. Filming will shoot in and around Vallejo, Sebastopol and San Rafael, California.

Actors of all ages, types, and ethnicities are encouraged to attend the open casting call. Producers are specifically looking for students, baseball players, track & field athletes, cheerleaders, boxers, parents, teachers and coffee shop patrons.

Talent under the age of 18 should seek a California Entertainment Work Permit .

Those attending the casting call may bring a non-returnable photo/headshot and resume, and two photos will be taken of you at the call. Dress casually and come as you usually look. Males portraying high school students should be clean shaven, officials said.

Bring water and snacks in case of a long wait. Also, you can pre-fill out the talent registration form and bring it with you. That form can be found here.

About 13 Reasons Why:

Thirteen Reasons Why is the new Selena Gomez TV series for Netflix. The series was created and written by Pulitzer Prize and Tony Award winner Brian Yorkey. The show follows a boy named Clay after he receives a shoe box of cassette tapes from his late classmate and crush Hannah after she recently committed suicide. On the tapes, which are mailed with instructions to pass along from one student to another, Hannah explains to 12 peers how they each played a role in her death, by giving 13 reasons explaining why she took her life.

Selena Gomez is co-producing alongside her mother Mandy. She opened up to Variety about the experience, saying: “She’s got incredible taste in a weird, cool way. Four or five years ago, she found this book and fell in love with it. I think I was still in high school. Now we’re here. We took our time with it.”