JanLuis Castellanos to Star in the Fourth & Final Season of Netflix’s “13 Reasons Why”

Jan Luis Castellanos has 13 reasons to celebrate…

The 24-year-old Dominican actor has been cast as a series regular opposite Dylan Minnette in the upcoming fourth and final season of Netflix’s YA drama 13 Reasons Why.

Jan Luis Castellanos

Castellanos will play Diego Torres, a charismatic, aggressive, and fiercely loyal leader of a divided football team struggling to understand the loss of one of their own. But as Diego grapples with his own grief and confusion, his violent temper masking a hurting heart, he finds himself falling for one of Liberty High’s most complicated women—leaving him caught between past and present, wondering who he can trust.

Created by Brian Yorkey, the final season of the drama from Paramount Television Studiosand Anonymous Contentwill feature the core cast’s graduation.

Minnette, Brandon FlynnJustin PrenticeAlisha BoeChristian NavarroMiles HeizerDevin DruidRoss ButlerTimothy GranaderosAnne WintersSteven WeberBrenda StrongAmy Hargreavesand Grace Saifstar.

Castellanos also is set to star in sci-fi series Don’t Look Deeper, set to premiere on Quibi. He previously starred as Topher in Hulu’s original series Marvel’s Runaways

Netflix Renews Christian Navarro’s “13 Reasons Why” for a Fourth & Final Season

Christian Navarro has Reason(s)to celebrate…

Netflix has picked up its drama 13 Reasons Why, starring the 27-year-old Puerto Rican actor and executive produced by Selena Gomez, for a fourth and final season.

Christian Navarro

The announcement comes ahead of the launch of Season 3, which is set for August 23. The trailer for the upcoming season reveals a major character death at the center of the plot in Season 3.

Season three begins eight months after the gang prevented Tyler from committing an unthinkable act at Spring Fling. Now. Clay, Tony (Navarro), Jessica, Alex, Justin and Zach find ways to shoulder the burden of the cover up together while helping Tyler move toward recovery. But when the aftermath of a tumultuous homecoming game culminates in the disappearance of a football player, and Clay finds himself under police scrutiny, it’s up to a shrewd outsider to steer the group through an investigation that threatens to lay bare everyone’s deepest secrets.

The final season of the drama from Paramount Television and Anonymous Content is already in production. It will feature the core cast’s graduation.

Dylan MinnetteBrandon FlynnJustin PrenticeAlisha Boe, Navarro, Miles HeizerDevin DruidRoss Butler, Timothy GranaderosAnne WintersSteven WeberBrenda Strong, Amy Hargreaves and Grace Saifstar.

Series creator Brian Yorkey serves as showrunner and executive produces Season 3 alongside Mandy TeefeyKristel Laiblin, Gomez and Joy Gorman.

ABC to Preview Aguilera’s “Chasing Life” Two Weeks Early

It appears Augusto Aguilera’s close-up will come earlier than previously planned…

ABC Family has announced it will make Chasing Life, which stars the Latino up-and-comer,available two weeks ahead of its television debut.

Augusto Aguilera

Based on the Mexican telenovela Terminales, Chasing Life follows an aspiring journalist, 24-year-old April Carver (portrayed by Italia Ricci), who finds out she has terminal cancer.

Aguilera portrays Kieran, a bad-boy slacker who is actually an extremely intelligent and educated young man.

Beginning Tuesday, the first episode of the series will be available for preview on the free WATCH ABC Family app through Monday, June 9. Additionally, the premiere can be viewed early on-demand through participating television providers starting Tuesday, June 3. The show’s official Facebook page also will show the episode, beginning Sunday, June 8.

It’s common for networks to debut new shows on digital platforms before they make their respective premieres on TV. Most recently AMC teamed with Tumblrto offer consumers an early look at the 1980s tech drama Halt and Catch Fire prior to its June 1 kickoff.

In addition to Aguilera and Ricci, the series also stars Mary Page Keller, Aisha Dee, Richard Brancatisano and Haley Ramm, along with Scott Michael Foster, Steven Weber, Rebecca Schull and Andy Mientus.

Chasing Life, a Lionsgate/Televisa production, debuts Tuesday, June 10 at 9 p.m. on ABC Family.