Entertainment Netflix plans no changes in airing '13 Reasons Why'

08:00  14 february  2018
08:00  14 february  2018 Source:   Associated Press

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NEW YORK, N.Y. – A planned second season of “ 13 Reasons Why ” on Netflix will be unaffected by the recent allegations of sexual misconduct against author Jay Asher. Netflix says in a statement Tuesday that Asher was uninvolved in the new season which is scheduled to air this year.

NEW YORK (AP) — A planned second season of " 13 Reasons Why " on Netflix will be unaffected by the recent allegations of sexual misconduct against author Jay Asher. Netflix says in a statement Tuesday that Asher was uninvolved in the new season which is scheduled to air this year.

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NEW YORK (AP) — A planned second season of " 13 Reasons Why " on Netflix will be unaffected by the recent allegations of sexual misconduct against author Jay Asher. Netflix said in a statement on Tuesday that Asher was uninvolved in the new season, scheduled to air this year.

NEW YORK, N.Y. – A planned second season of “ 13 Reasons Why ” on Netflix will be unaffected by the recent allegations of sexual misconduct against author Jay Asher. Netflix says in a statement Tuesday that Asher was uninvolved in the new season which is scheduled to air this year.

A planned second season of "13 Reasons Why" on Netflix will be unaffected by the recent allegations of sexual misconduct against author Jay Asher.

Netflix says in a statement Tuesday that Asher was uninvolved in the new season which is scheduled to air this year. The streaming network says the new season "not be impacted."

In this March 30, 2017 photo, Joan Marie and Author Jay Asher appear at the Netflix © The Associated Press In this March 30, 2017 photo, Joan Marie and Author Jay Asher appear at the Netflix "13 Reasons Why" premiere in Los Angeles. A planned second season of “Thirteen Reasons Why” on Netflix will be unaffected by the recent allegations of sexual harassment against author Jay Asher. Netflix said in a statement Tuesday that Asher was uninvolved in the new season. On Monday, the Society of Children’s Book Writers and Illustrators told The Associated Press that Asher had been kicked out of the organizations because of complaints about harassment. (Photo by Steve Cohn/Netflix via AP) Asher's best-seller from 2007 about a suicidal teenager is the basis for the Netflix show. On Monday, the Society of Children's Book Writers and Illustrators told The Associated Press that Asher was kicked out of the organizations because of complaints about harassment. The Oklahoma Writers' Federation has already cancelled a planned keynote address by Asher at a conference in May.

Later on Tuesday, Asher's publisher issued a statement saying it had no comment on the allegations.

"We are unable to comment on Jay Asher's relationship with SCBWI because we have had no involvement with or knowledge of our author's history with this organization," reads the statement from Penguin Young Readers.

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