Seven new actors have been cast in '13 Reasons Why' season two

Meet the 7 New Characters Joining 13 Reasons Why Season 2

13 Reasons Why Season 2 Cast Adds Seven, Led by Tony Winner Kelli O'Hara

According to the outlet, none of the newcomers are series regulars, but many of them will appear in the majority of episodes in season two.

Get to know their characters a little below - there's even another Aussie (Ben Lawson) involved!

Winters will play Chloe, Liberty High School's new head cheerleader and resident "it" girl. Besides "Tyrant" and "Wicked City", Winter's credits include "Zac & Mia", "Cruel Intentions" pilot and "Mom and Dad", in which she stars opposite Nicolas Cage and Selma Blair.

Newcomer Bryce Cass will play a "cynical mischief maker" called Cyrus, while Chelsea Alden (American Horror Story: Roanoke, Veep) will portray his "artsy" and "witty" sister Mackenzie.

Aside from these new cast members, not much else has been revealed about season two plot lines. This role will mark Cass' first major television debut. Alden appeared on American Horror Story: Roanoke previous year.

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A Tony Award victor for Broadway revival of "The King and I", O'Hara will play Jackie, a "warm, intelligent, passionate advocate for victims of bullying", according to Variety. Alden will next be seen guest starring on the Netflix series The Ranch.

Samantha Logan (The Fosters) will take on Nina, a well-respected track star with a secret.

The second season will likely revolve around the lawsuit filed by Hannah's parents against Liberty High after discovering that they might have had something to do with their daughter's death. The actress recently appeared on CBS All Access' The Good Fight as the wife of the unsavory Mike Kresteva.

Lawson has been cast as Liberty High's baseball coach Rick, and Miller will play Sonya, a "smart, ambitious litigator". She's previously starred as the female-lead in Syfy's Incorporated.

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