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Selena Gomez Has Talked To David Henrie About Being Part Of New Netflix Show

Thu, October 29, 2015 4:48pm EDT by Lauren Cox 4 Comments

Could Selena Gomez reunite with her ‘Wizards’ co-star David Henrie on her brand new Netflix show? has EXCLUSIVE new info!

Selena Gomez, 23, is finally heading back to television… well, sort of. Either way, now that she has a new series on the way, has EXCLUSIVELY learned whether or not David Henrie, 26, could be joining her.

Yes, it’s true… Selena will be producing a new Netflix series called 13 Reasons Why, and she already has her sights on one former Wizards of Waverly Place star for the gig. So, what’s the chance of Selena working with her close friend David Henrie on the new gig? Um, pretty good, actually!

Selena has brought up to David that she would love to work with him again on a handful occasions and she wants to find him something in ‘13 Reasons Why’ for him to do,” a source close to the upcoming series tells EXCLUSIVELY. “He will be a part of the show so way shape or form.”

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How exciting is that, Selenators? As many of you know, Selena and David have remained incredibly close since Wizards went off the air. In fact the pair were spotted having dinner together on Sept. 16 — just one month before the news about her series broke. Maybe they were talking about the show then?

Anyway, here’s some more info about 13 Reasons Why to help get you excited for the series:

The 13-episode miniseries will tell the story of Hannah Baker, who commits suicide. Clay receives a shoe box of cassette tapes from his crush, Hannah, after she’s taken her life. The tapes, which are sent to 12 students, reveal to each of them how they played a role in her tragic death. She gives them thirteen reasons why she committed suicide.

Tell us, HollywoodLifers — Would YOU like to see Selena and David reunite on Netflix? Comment below with your thoughts!

— Lauren Cox, with reporting by Russ Weakland