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Storyline

Thirteen Reasons Why, based on the best-selling books by Jay Asher, follows teenager Clay Jensen (Dylan Minnette) as he returns home from school to find a mysterious box with his name on it lying on his porch. Inside he discovers a group of cassette tapes recorded by Hannah Baker (Katherine Langford) -his classmate and crush-who tragically committed suicide two weeks earlier. On tape, Hannah unfolds an emotional audio diary, detailing the thirteen reasons why she decided to end her life. Through Hannah and Clay's dual narratives, Thirteen Reasons Why weaves an intricate and heartrending story of confusion and desperation that will deeply affect viewers.

Country: United States

Type: Scripted

Status: Ended

Language: English

Release Date: March 31, 2017

Also Known As: Cele treisprezece motive, Por Treze Razões |  See more »

Parents Guide: Australia (MA15+), Brazil (16, 18) |  See more »

Genres

Plot Keywords

depression
high school
suicide
based on novel or book

Company Credits

Production Co: July Moon Productions, Kicked to the Curb Productions |  See more »

Cast

Hannah Payne
as Stephanie
Maria Dizzia
as Mrs. Down
Eric L. Horwitz
as Student
Sally Pressman
as Mrs. Rice
Judy Cerda
as Teacher
Moises Chavez
as Javier
Dorsey Vaughn Peakes
as Elijah Davis
Niko Nelson
as Hillcrest Student
Anne Winters
as Chloe Rice
Steven J. Durham
as Monet's Patron/Football Fan/News Cameraman/Theater Patron
Ken Thrift
as Monet Patron/News Reporter
Gigi Benson
as Ms. Paul
Vanessa Ross
as Monet's Waitress/Girl at Concession Stand
Ren Hanami
as Social Worker
Kenny Lorenzetti
as Football Coach
Al Vicente
as Vice Principal
Reynaldo Gallegos
as Alejandro
Jan Luis Castellanos
as Diego Torres
Matt K. Miller
as Minister Weeks
Brandon Brown
as Jeremy
Bryce Cass
as Cyrus
Alex Cioffi
as Shawn Dunn
Brandon Flynn
as Justin Foley
Ravina Nagra
as Cheerleader
Darren Naylor
as Pizza Guy/Pizza Cook
Yianni Apostolopolous
as Student/Jock
William W. Barbour
as Teacher/Coffee Shop Patron
Michael Ryan Burns
as The Fisherman
Matt Emig
as Student in Hallway Fight
Jackie Geary
as Amber Foley
Cindy Wade Kelly
as Administrative Assistant/Office Admin
Dorian Lockett
as Coach Patrick
Ellen Ho
as Ashley
Selina Hui
as Parent
Mac Guerreiro
as Freshman Girl
Lisa Hitchcock Kallstrom
as Press/Coffee Shop Patron/Shopper
Johnny Sneed
as Harris Atkins
Joseph Amey
as Court Room Onlooker
Mostafa Elmorsy
as Walker Associate/Walker Attorney
Caleb Pilkenton
as Jock/Student/ASB Secretary/Barista/Monet's Manager/Senior On Camping Trip
Keon Motakhaveri
as Chad Moore/Chad
Lisa Anne Morrison
as Mrs. Antilly
Mason Guccione
as Toby Fletcher/Toby
Rachel Thurow
as Boxer/Gym Patron/Cafe Patron/Pedestrian/Prom Chaperone
Natalie Stephany Aguilar
as Student
Richard Gross
as Judge/Judge Campbell
Sara Strunk
as Student
John Farmanesh-Bocca
as Rodan
Cha-tah Ellem
as Boxer
Christopher P. O'Sullivan
as Ringside Announcer
Tyler Barnhardt
as Charlie St. George
Braian Rivera Jimenez
as Fernando
Sean Blakemore
as Edward Cole
Cascius LaFleur
as Squatter Girl
Bailey Standley
as Student
Cody Bollinger
as Boxing Opponent
Ellen Cate
as Liberty Girl #3
Andrea Roth
as Noelle Davis
Emily Radosevich
as Girl #1
Emilio Villalobos
as Raul
Miles Heizer
as Alex Standall
Adam Weber
as Football Crowd/Mascot/Monet Patron
Nimo Purcell
as Protestor/Student
Kate Sterling
as Patron
Arianna Juarceys
as Student/Baseball Game Attendee/Football Game Attendee/Student Activist
Mikiko Edwards
as Cheerleader #1/Jada
Stephanie Holden
as Student
James Coker
as SRO #1
Mia Jómor
as Student/Activist #2
Boston Rush Freeman
as Neighborhood Boy
Kelli O'Hara
as Jackie
Brandon Larracuente
as Jeff Atkins
Megan Stack
as Student/Patron
Steven Weber
as Gary Bolan/Principal Gary Bolan
Robert Joseph
as Officer #1
Tamilee Espinosa
as Movie Theatre Patron
YaYa Gosselin
as Graciella Padilla
Keisha Riley
as Medical Assistant
Matthew Alan
as Seth Massey
Saskia Baur
as Arcade Patron/Concerned Parent/Court Reporter/Family Friend of the Walkers/Parent at Walker Field Ribbon Cutting Ceremony
Marisa Rosas
as Marisa
Marissa Monet Freeman
as Student
Alyson Schacherer
as Woman Protestor
Meagan Noel
as Liberty Girl #2
Rae Ramsey
as Student
Michele Selene Ang
as Courtney Crimsen
Jillian Nordby
as Amanda K.- Cheerleader/Cheerleader
Brittany Perry-Russell
as Tracy Porter
Blaine Gray
as Mr. George Dempsey
Victor Hawks
as Mr. Mclean
Cassie Hendry
as Student/Student Amberle Smythe
Alonso Saravia
as Core Student
Matt Cipro
as Student in Hallway Fight
Bryan Irwin Thompson
as Jock
Chris Marroy
as Hillcrest Coach
T.J. Shaw
as Liberty Football Player
Joshua Robben
as Grungy-Looking Student
Joey Chacho
as Ramón Ordoñez
Lisa Marie Anderson
as Parent/Bowling Alley Patron/Funeral Attendee
David L. Schormann
as SRO Officer
Cindy Cheung
as Karen Dempsey
Alana Jacqueline
as Walplex Child Shopper
Alex Schecter
as Party Goer
Dan Marotte
as Spencer
Jacob Dadanian
as High School Student
Taylor Meyers
as Football Fan
Marcel Nahapetian
as 7-Year-Old Boy
Taylor Munck
as Activist #3
Scott Lanier
as Umpire
Tim Lajcik
as SRO #2/SRO Officer
Lee Braithwaite
as Librarian
Sassy Parks
as Football Fan/Basketball Game crowd
Mary Lu Marr
as High School Teacher
Andrew Tinpo Lee
as Orderly
Giorgia Whigham
as Kat
Gabrielle Haugh
as Laura
Bobby Burkich
as Aaron
Justin Prentice
as Bryce Walker
Steven Silver
as Marcus Cole
Lori Bluvas
as Doctor
Briana Price
as Moderator
Sean Connick
as Football Player
Felicia Miracle Cipolla
as Carla
Katherine Stein
as Mrs. De La Cruz
Zach Prusak
as Jock
Jake Zingg
as Graduating Student
Justine Vivian
as AKR- Freedom Fighter
Hansel Ramírez
as Fixer
Tasha B
as H-O Club Girl #1
Jessica Yeh
as Maria
Christian Lee Navarro
Valentina Guerra
as Assistant
Erik Braa
as Protester Two
Jill Lonardo
as High School Teacher
Andre Lesley
as Football Game Attendee/Football Player/Jock/Student
Mark Pellegrino
as Bill Standall
Sarah Avila
as Liberty Girl #1
Anne-Marie Olsen
as Supporter
Michael Sadler
as Jock/Michael/Football Player
Kelsey Hogan
as Parent #2
Brandon Black
as Garrett
Steve Dakota
as Courtroom Onlooker/Baseball Game Attendee/Boxing Match Spectator/Court Street Car Driver/Deputy Brown/Football Game Attendee/Funeral Attendee/Graduation Guest/Monet's Patron/Post Office Patron/Ribbon Cutting Ceremony Attendee/Upscale Restaurant Patron/Virginia Street Pedestrian
Keiko Agena
as Pam Bradley
Allie Duncan
as Student/Coffee Shop Patron/Pedestrian
Nick Fenske
as Onlooker/Civilian/Monet's Patron/Pedestrian/Theater Patron/Walplex Customer
Jim Anderson
as Football Coach (Recurring)
Kevin Carscallen
as Student/Jessica's House Party Drunk Guest/Movie Patron/Street Pedestrian
Joey Kroh
as Coffee Shop Patron/Student
Eugene Magana
as Correction Officer/School Resource Officer (SRO)
Tom O'Reilly
as Lawyer
Emmy Escalante
as Student
Derek Rivera
as Student
Liberty Lynn Pierson
as Monet's Manager
Giovanni Jones
as Student
Tijon Hill
as Random Kid
Alex Quijano
as Steve Crimsen
Rebecca Philipsen
as Girl #1
Bryan Fitzgerald
as Brady
Tiffany Wong
as Core Activist/Core Student/Girl #1
Shaun Clawson
as Football Fan/Park Goer and Reporter
Sandra Zepeda
as Student
Derek Crowe
as Memorial Attendee
Meghan Barrett
as Student/Cheerleader
Dylan Kento Curtis
as Halloween Trick or Treater
Blake Coronado
as Student
Shannon Lujan
as Coach Loftin
Joseph Camilleri
as Pedestrian, Teacher
Desiree Constance Choy
as Girl #2
Shay Fernàndez
as Nurse
Karenna Miller
as Protestor #3
Brian Sampson
as Evergreen Police Officer
James Cretan
as Eric Cox/Eric
Jimi Wheeler
as Lifeguard
Makenzie Vega
as Sarah Carlin
Brandon Scott
as J.J. Kerba
Katrina Kroetch
as Girl #2
Rachel Matsuoka
as Monet's Waitress/Student/Monet's Patron
Napoleon Highbrou
as Football Trainer
Chad Clevenger
as Visitor
Jonathan White
as Boxing Cut Man/Memorial Service Attendee/Parent at Post Graduation Party/Parent at School PTO Meeting/Prison Guard
Christine M. Flores
as Mrs. Rosa Padilla/Rosa
Elissa Stebbins
as Mrs. Winter/Ms. Winter
Danyel Areff
as Football Game Attendee
Cabran E. Chamberlain
as Basketball Coach/Lawyer
Austin Green
as Hipster Artist/Hipster Tattoo Artist
James Coyle
as Store Manager
Laura Covelli
as Mrs. Cusick
Dustin Forrester
as Sonya's Associate
Savana Lee Taylor
as Catholic School Girl
Brian Castellanos
as Marco
Tony Hunt
as Jail Guard
Keyara Milliner
as Nerd With Phone
Kassandra Valenzuela
as Core Student
Bobby Ysip
as Pedestrian
Joanne Sarich
as Monet's Patron
Christian Harris Neeman
as Parent
Juliana Destefano
as Bree
London Freeman
as Student
Shadia Iman
as Student/Monet Patron
Thomas Fonseca
as Teacher
Rachael Hadassah
as Assembly Student
Anthony Rapp
as Priest
Patrick Stanley
as Parent/Valley High Baseball Coach
Emily Peachey
as Student
Shawn Patrick Clifford
as Cashier/Clerk
Valerie Weak
as Mrs. Miller
Trevor B. Nagle
as Deputy
Mujahid Abdul-Rashid
as Detective
Eden Knodel
as Student/Waitress
Doug Boethin
as Monet's Patron/P.T.A. Parent
Dylan Murphy
as Carty
Daryl Keith Johnson
as Guard
Clarke Hollingsworth
as Tamika
Nina Cheek
as Student
Praise Santos
as Liberty Girl #4
Nick Pugliese
as Larry Kotter
John Gloria
as Interviewer #6
Alexander Gomez
as Theater Usher/Student
Michael J. Gwynn
as Police Inspector Detective
James Morrison Reese
as Protestor Three
Marcus DeAnda
as Mr. de la Cruz
Alisha Boe
as Jessica Davis
Alya Lei
as Parent #1
Kimberly Ryans
as Teacher
Josh Hamilton
as Matt Jensen
David Jon Foster
as School Maintenance Worker
Hong Phuc Ho Chung
as Student
Deaken Bluman
as Winston Williams
Sophia Marcs
as Librarian/Neighbor
Nana Mensah
as Amara Josephine Achola
Allison Miller
as Sonya Struhl
Steven Wiig
as Officer Biava/Pitching Coach
Teirrah McNair
as Interviewer #4
Henry Zaga
as Brad
Kimiko Gelman
as Jane Childs
Grace Saif
as Ani Achola
Danielle O'Dea
as Theresa the Barista
Rick Richardson
as Sheriff Admin
Gladys Caruso
as Basketball Spectator
Brandon Sam
as Graduating Student/Student/Student at Prom
Soma Mitra
as Ms. Lundquist
Thomas W. Stewart
as Courtroom Onlooker/Football Fan/Hotel Guest/Monet's Patron
James Haruo Saito
as Courtroom Onlooker/Monet's Patron/Pedestrian with car/Football Attendee/Homecoming Game Attendee/Waterfront Pedestrian
Jeff Lipary
as Boxer
ScharyPearl Fugitt
as Student
Jaegar Moore
as Student
Matthew Barnick
as EMT #1
Tim Baylar
as Student/Pedestrian
Kyle Audiss
as Student
Jesse Deacon
as Student
RJ Brown
as Caleb
Ke'Mari Moore
as Jock
Kirsty Sabillon
as Movie Patron
Matthew de Salvo
as Matt
Dylan Minnette
as Clay Jensen
Antonimar Murphy
as Angie Romero
David M Sandoval Jr.
as Football Coach/Footbal Coach
Jamal Trulove
as DJ
Carolyn Fluehr
as Student
Ross Butler
as Zach Dempsey
Branson Quirke
as Student
Asheesh Williams
as Game Attendee
Ajiona Alexus
as Sheri Holland
Benito Martinez
as Sheriff Diaz
James Thompson
as SIG #2
Kimberly Chan
as High School Student
Kristina Kingston
as Desk Officer
Tommy Dorfman
as Ryan Shaver
Thomas Ross
as Reporter
Lauren Helling
as Katya
Cheryl Fonseca
as Lunch Lady
Samantha Logan
as Nina Jones
Marcella Bragio
as Coffee Shop Patron/Music School Recruiter/Swimmer/Wealthy Friend
Spence Moore II
as Michael
Georgia Pellkofer
as Student
Andrei Sabillon
as Basketball Spectator
Megan Suri
as Unknown
Alain Ali Washnevsky
as Interviewer #1
Linda Joy Henry
as Hannah Supporter/Arcade Customer/Parent
Marwa Bernstein
as Interviewer #5
Jake Weber
as Barry Walker
Douglas Gawoski
as Wealthy Friend of Family
John Demakas
as Juror
Ronan Carroll
as Young Bryce
Felix Chu
as Student/Monet's Barista
Indar Smith
as Damon
Pressley Slattery
as Little Girl
Blake Hansen
as Prosecutor
Phylicia Rashad
as Pastor
William Marx
as Monet's Patron
Carl Collanus
as Gym Goer
Maddison Bullock
as Cheerleader
Renny Madlena
as Deputy Estrada/Deputy/Sheriff's Deputy
Parminder Nagra
as Priya Singh
Christopher Michael Holley
as Deputy Holley
Katherine Langford
as Hannah Baker
Rachel DeAngelis
as Student
Sosie Bacon
as Skye Miller
Tom Everett Scott
as Mr. Down
Jonathan Perez
as Skater Guy
Tony Vella
as Lucas
Andrew McCarthy
as Mr. St. George
Patricia Simmons
as Office Adm.
Marcus Drew Steele
as Waiter Dude
Hayley Gagner
as Pedestrian
Hank Greenspan
as Young Justin
Christian Brochard
as Beecher
Kuzari Kinchen
as Loud Boy
Yadira Guevara-Prip
as Valerie Diaz
Thomas Dalby
as Boxer/Deputy Sheriff/Movie Patron
Natasha Vanessa Harried
as High School Student
Brenda Strong
as Nora Walker
Kate Walsh
as Olivia Baker
Ranbir Sanghara
as Pharmacist
Whitney Albright
as Leah
Robert Gant
as Todd Crimsen
Erin Nolan
as Therapy Group Woman
Jake Hanson
as Juror
Rebecca Janda
as Addict
Christopher Leong
as Boxer/Football Fan/Student
Cassandra Areff
as Student at Prom
Yvette Miner
as Football Game Attendee/Shopper
Jason F. Knittle II
as Student
David Douglas
as Andrew Gerges
Gary Sinise
as Robert Ellman
Ben Lawson
as Rick Wlodimierz
Johnny Walkr Jr.
as Football Coach
Galen G. Wathen
as Teacher/Faculty/History Teacher/School Admin Staff
Kimberly Allen
as Lawyer
Joey Ruggiero
as Student/Jogger/Movie Patron
Tyler McDanniel
as Movie Patron/Sarah's Father
Kyle Naylor
as Troy Samuels
Thomas Lazare
as Bailiff
Ava Mracek
as Football Game Attendee
Kenny Beers
as Movie Theater Patron/Waiter
Brant Rotnem
as Interviewer #2
Phil Austin
as Warren/Walker Lawyer
Mikkel Simons
as Student/Monet Patron
Emma Zander
as Drunk Girl
Christian Navarro
as Tony Padilla
Regan Gerdes
as Student
Brandon Butler
as Scott Reed
Inde Navarrette
as Estela de la Cruz
Presciliana Esparolini
as Mrs. Atkins
Wilson Cruz
as Dennis Vasquez
Callan Taylor
as Cheerleader #2/Cheer Friend #1/Cheerleader/Cheerleader #1
Taylor Elizabeth
as Activist #1/Protestor #1
Ray Raymundo
as Locker Room Guy/Oscar Arroyo/Willem Barclay
Timothy Granaderos
as Montgomery de la Cruz/Montgomery
Lily Oehm
as Cheerleader/Student
Gary Perez
as Arturo Padilla
Peter Edward Mussad
as Lawyer
Nadeep Meqabis Mike EL
as Neighbor
Austin Aaron
as Luke Holliday/Jock
Michelle Mao
as Protestor #2
Ross Turner
as Mr. Wood
Travis Neal
as Student/Mosh Pit Teen/Restaurant Patron
Heidi Michaelis
as Driver/Football Game Attendee/Pedestrian
Tom Hart
as Funeral Attendee
Sullivan Rutherford
as Student
Alex MacNicoll
as Peter Standall
Alex Straser
as Tall Kid
Jeff Redlick
as Pedestrian/Teacher/Office Staff/Neighbor/School Admin Staff/School Administrator/Courthouse Crowd/Gas Station Patron/LHS Teacher/Office Admin/Office Administrator/Office Worker/Office administrator/Pedestrian with Car
Bryan Box
as Jamie Garrison
Michael Cariglio
as Deputy #3
John Ryan McLaughlin
as Gun Dealer
Conner R. Olson
as Student
Brandon Kraus
as Jock
Regina Oliver
as Employee
Daphne O'Neal
as Mrs. Cole
Nick Ryan
as Monet's Barista
Rachelle Highbrou
as Sheriff Deputy
Derek Luke
as Kevin Porter
John Lobato
as Theatre Customer
Kim Christopher Codella
as Arcade Customer/Pedestrian
Karen Kahn
as Secretary/Miss Douglass
Devin Druid
as Tyler Down
Robert Walker Branchaud
as Deputy Collins
Millie DeBenedet
as Mother
Matthew Bronars
as SIG #1
Reggie Steele
as Ref
Apollo Garza
as Courtroom Bailiff
Joseph C. Phillips
as Greg Davis
Adam Stephenson
as Austin James
Bex Taylor-Klaus
as Casey Ford
Sofia Guglielmelli
as Student
Jeannine Lewis
as Teacher
George Ison
as Hornets Coach
Marissa Bell
as Cheerleader
John Douglas
as Liberty High Track Athlete
Raymond J. Barry
as Harrison Chatham
Bonnie Jean Shelton
as Core Teacher
Chris Damon
as Officer
Ian Ousley
as Robby Corman/Robby
Pat Thurston
as Forewoman
Sheena Midori
as Cheer Friend #2/Cheerleader #2
Katie Baker
as Elle
Julian Longmire
as Athlete
Marie Finch
as Courtroom Onlooker/Court Onlooker/Detective
Jeanette Pavini
as Mrs. Carlin/Mrs. Maureen Carlin
George Maguire
as Wally
Nicky Dyal
as Stripper
Debra Norton-Miller
as Court Room Onlooker/Attendee at Ribbon Cutting for New Baseball Field/Monet Mourner Walking with Beverage/Uppity Walker Friends During Bryce's Trial
Blake Webb
as Tim Pozzi
Sharline Liu
as Desk Officer
Rocky Capella
as Referee
Emelina Adams
as Presmilla
Ashley Brant
as High School Student
Tom Maden
as Robert Wells
Jeffrey Vincent Parise
as Will Walker
Mario Perez
as Tony's Brother
Natalie Lander
as Amanda
Uriah Shelton
as Pratters
Shane Burrows
as Juror
Amy Hargreaves
as Lainie Jensen
James Bumatai
as Football Coach
Casey Schryer
as Student
Jeff Davis
as Captain
Braxton Wells
as Student
Jared Scott
as Boies
Robert Chestnut
as Hill Crest Head Coach
Dylan Eichler
as Luke's Little Brother
Richie Gray
as Boxing Spectator/Student
Andrea Kersten
as Student
Casey Ford Alexander
as Josh
Ronnie Yelverton
as Press/Monet's Patron
Justin Chao
as EMT #2
Irina Voronina
as Ivanka
Jesus N Jimenez
as Student
Adi Freeman
as Computer Teacher/Library Staff/Police Suspect/Precision Driver
Nican Robinson
as Nurse
Jacqueline Quale
as Student/Football Audience/Monet's Patron/Student at Prom
Meredith Monroe
as Carolyn Standall
Ogy Durham
as Interviewer #3
Colin Thomson
as Protestor One
Matthew Jain
as EMT #1
Ron Roggé
as Coach Morris
Veronica St. Clair
as Heidi
Micheal Wellington
as Liberty High Parent/Waiter
Monterey Morrissey
as Football Fan/Police Station Visitor
Michael Ray Wisely
as Coach Ross
Andrew Marheineke
as Little League Baseball Player
Reed Diamond
as Hansen Foundry
Challen Cates
as Evelyn Williams
Brett Baker
as Judge Purdy
Jackie Dallas
as Ms. Oakley
Andrew Koponen
as Detective
Alan Chow
as Mikey Chen
James D. Weston II
as Deputy
Emilie Talbot
as Group Leader
David Kallaway
as Lewis
Kseniya Yumasheva
as Activist #4
John Ozuna
as Boxer/Funeral attendee
Molly Goode
as Lynda
Zach Tinker
as Grayson
AnnieScott Rogers
as Mrs. Cantrell
Chelsea Alden
as Mackenzie
Ainsley Bailey
as Dee
Lindsay Peak
as Funeral Attendee/Bartender/Boxing Match Spectator/Courtroom Observer/Drugstore Customer/Monet's Patron/Ribbon Ceremony Attendee
Tarin Breuner
as Student
Alisha Mullally
as Sadie
Brian d'Arcy James
as Andy Baker
Cody Banta
as Boxer/Opponent
Hart Denton
as Dean Holbrook
Shirley Sabillon
as Basketball Spectator
Michael Andrew Reed
as Hannah Supporter
Kenley Gaffke
as Press
Kate Burton
as Doctor
Jamie Taylor Ballesta
as Sophomore Girl
Kejuan London Keith
as Student
Hannah Perko-Engel
as Girl #1/Other Girl
Martin P Medrano Jr.
as Monet's Patron
Sarah Hayon
as Counselor
Dominique Denny
as Football Date
Elizabeth Twining
as Melody Scott
William Clements
as Teacher
Vaughn Myovich
as Student/Monet Patron
Ray Medved
as Teacher
Michael Nathan Arias
as Student
Robert Larriviere
as Mr. Squires
Lin Shukla
as Pedestrian
Anna Zavelson
as May Dempsey
Brandon E. Lee
as Hillcrest Student
Daniel McGraw
as Student
Chris A. Liscomb
as Lawyer
Matt Passmore
as Ted Wynn
Jonathan Christopher Snyder
as Administrator
Jennifer Black
as Pedestrian
Dik Martin
as Mr. Cantrell

Seasons & Episodes

Season 1

2017 | 13 Episodes

Season 2

2018 | 13 Episodes

Season 3

2019 | 13 Episodes

Season 4

2020 | 10 Episodes

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Awards

Awards & NominationsSee more »

Online Film & Television Association 2017

Nominee

Online Film & Television Association

Best New Titles Sequence

Casting Society of America, USA 2018

Nominee

Casting Society of America, USA

Outstanding Achievement in Casting - Television Pilot and First Season - Drama

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