Meet The New Faces Joining The Cast Of 13 Reasons Why Season 2

Things are heating up, y'all. After a relatively quiet month or two, we finally have more news about the second season of 13 Reasons Why, slated to premiere in 2018. While the Netflix show, which drew both dedicated fans and critics for its frank depiction and discussion of suicide, will continue telling the same story of Hannah Baker and the aftermath of her death, it will also introduce a whole host of new characters to further her story. Seven of these characters have been revealed, according to Variety, and range from classmates at Liberty High to a coach to even a litigator, who presumably takes the case of Hannah Baker's family versus the school one step further.

The actors portraying these new characters range from seasoned actors to Hollywood newcomers, and they couldn't be joining a better cast. Back in June, a bunch of the original gang got together to celebrate Pride in San Francisco.

"I'm so very proud to be apart of such an important, inclusive, diverse, and dynamic cast," wrote Christian Lee Navarro in an Instagram post. "We truly love being able to stand with our #lgbtq community in unity and strength. We love you. I love you. Today is yours."

No doubt these new faces will fit right in. We're looking forward to many heartfelt Instagram posts to come.

Learn more about the new characters, and the actors who play them, ahead before the series returns on May 18!

If you are thinking about suicide, please call the National Suicide Prevention Lifeline at 1-800-273-TALK (8255) or the Suicide Crisis Line at 1-800-784-2433.

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Anne Winters

Winters is slated to play Chloe in the season 2, Variety reports, an "it-girl" who just took over the coveted spot of head cheerleader. You probably recognize this Texas native from her role as Kelsey in Freeform's The Fosters, as well as her other work in ABC's Wicked City and FX's Tyrant.
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Bryce Cass

Cass is a new face in Hollywood, but that doesn't mean you haven't spotted him in guest roles on shows like The Night Shift and appearances in movies like Line Of Duty. His role as Cyrus, Liberty High's new troublemaker, will mark his first major TV role.
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Chelsea Alden

Alden will play Mackenzie, Cyrus' sister who chose a different path than her bad boy brother. Instead, Mackenzie is a free spirit with an artistic personality and a whole lot of wit. Alden's no stranger to big shows, previously landing roles in Jane The Virgin, American Horror Story, and Veep.
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Allison Miller

Miller comes from shows like Kings, Go On, and Selfie, and had recurring roles in all of them. Now she joins 13 Reasons Why as Sonya, a litigator .
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Samantha Logan

Logan is no stranger to the world of young adult television, having played recurring roles in both The Fosters and Teen Wolf. Logan will play Nina, a track star at Liberty High who has a mystery of her own.
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Kelli O’Hara

Tony award winner Kelli O'Hara will join the cast of the Netflix drama as Jackie, an advocate for victims of bullying — a hot topic after Hannah Baker's death.
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Ben Lawson

Australia-born Lawson has previously been on shows like Don't Trust The B In Apartment 23 and Doubt, but will join 13 Reasons Why as Rick, Liberty High's baseball coach.
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