Kelli O'Hara Joins the Second Season of 13 REASONS WHY
Aug 09 2017 by Kathy Alvarado
The second season of "13 Reasons Why" is adding several new students (including a new head cheerleader "It Girl"), a beloved coach, and an ambitious young attorney. Kelli O'Hara (Masters of Sex/The Good Fight) has been cast as Jackie, an advocate for bullied victims.
None of the new actors have full-time roles in 13 Reasons Why season 2, but they all appear to have prominent roles as Hannah's parents put together a lawsuit against the school.
Among the students are Winters, who will play Chloe, the attractive "it girl" at liberty high and the new head cheerleader.
The second season of 13 Reasons Why will take place in the aftermath of what went down in season one, as the characters journey toward healing.
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Anne Winters as Chloe: Liberty High's lovely "it girl' who's also the new head cheerleader".
The new episodes of 13 Reasons Why are now in production, but Netflix has yet to unveil an air date.
Logan, who played Tia Stevens on The Fosters, will play a "well-respected track star with a secret". Stay tuned for more news as it comes. She's previously won the Tony Award for best leading actress back in 2015 for The King And I. She's previously starred as the female-lead in Syfy's Incorporated. Lawson appeared in the rom-com No Strings Attached, and shows including Modern Family and 2 Broke Girls. Stars Katherine Langford and Dylan Minnette are both set to reprise their roles.