Selena Gomez to Include David Henrie in her New Netflix Miniseries 13 Reasons Why

Selena Gomez has apparently been in talks with David Henrie, her ‘Wizards of Waverly Place’ costar to include him in the new Netflix miniseries dubbed ‘13 Reasons Why’ that she is producing.

The 23-year-old actor-singer is all set to regain her place in television as she is planning to produce a miniseries named ’13 Reasons Why’. It is rumored that she is already talking to her good friend and former costar, David Henrie, to play a role in the miniseries. So fans believe that there is a wonderful chance for the two friends to pack another punch together.

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A source who is reportedly part of the upcoming series told Hollywoodlife.com, “Selena has brought up to David that she would love to work with him again on a handful of occasions and she wants to find him something in ‘13 Reasons Why’ for him to do’. The source also added, “He will be a part of the show so way shape or form”.

Fans are super excited at the two actors getting together for a show again. Despite the popular TV show ‘Wizards of Waverly Place’ going off air, Selena Gomez and David Henrie have maintained their close friendship and were recently seen having dinner together, just a little while before news of her producing the miniseries was made public. Rumor has it that probably they were discussing shop during dinner.

’13 Reasons Why’ is a Netflix miniseries which tells the Hannah Baker’s tale. Hannah commits suicide and her crush, Clay, receives a shoe box containing cassette tapes. These tapes are sent to 12 students and each student who gets the tape is told about how he/she was responsible for Hannah’s death. Hannah Baker gives 13 reasons as to why she committed suicide.

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The TV series is based on a book of the same name written by Jay Asher. The book was initially expected to be made into a feature film but was later conceived as a TV show. The ‘Heart wants what it wants’ singer has been associated with this project since 2011.

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