Meet the Cast of '13 Reasons Why' Season 2

Find out who's joining the Liberty High gang.

The second season of 13 Reasons Why is in production right now, and the show has just added a whole bunch of new faces to its cast.

Per Variety (opens in new tab), seven new actors have been cast in recurring roles, which means they aren't full-fledged series regulars but will show up throughout the season. Season two will focus on the lawsuit filed by Hannah's parents against Liberty High School. Here's a quick rundown of the seven new players.

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Anne Winters as Chloe: Liberty High's beautiful "It Girl," who's also the new head cheerleader. Winters has appeared before in FX's Tyrant and ABC's Wicked City.

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Bryce Cass as Cyrus: An edgy, cynical mischief-maker who champions the downtrodden. This is Cass' first major role.

Chelsea Alden as Mackenzie: Cyrus' sister, an artsy, witty type unafraid to speak her mind. Alden appeared on American Horror Story: Roanoke last year.

Kelli O'Hara as Jackie: A warm, intelligent, passionate advocate for victims of bullying. O'Hara is a Broadway star who won a Tony for The King and I in 2015, and has also appeared in CBS All Access' The Good Fight.

Samantha Logan as Nina: A respected track star with a secret. Logan has appeared on MTV's Teen Wolf and Freeform's The Fosters among others.

Allison Miller as Sonya: A smart and ambitious young litigator. Miller starred in Syfy's Incorporated and Fox's Terra Nova.

Ben Lawson as Rick: Liberty High's beloved baseball coach. Lawson appeared in the rom-com No Strings Attached, and shows including Modern Family and 2 Broke Girls.

13 Reasons Why season two will hit Netflix sometime in 2018.

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Emma Dibdin is a freelance writer based in Los Angeles who writes about culture, mental health, and true crime. She loves owls, hates cilantro, and can find the queer subtext in literally anything.