Jack Bauer's seventh mission has been delayed for the foreseeable future, as Fox announced Wednesday that "24" won't be back until the network can air the entire season, uninterrupted.
Writers Guild Of America
What will it take to end the strike? Writers and producers were making progress on key sticking points when negotiations ended abruptly Sunday evening.
As showrunners rallied en masse Wednesday outside the Disney studio gates, the fallout from the three-day-old Writers Guild of America walkout began impacting some of primetime's biggest hits…
Entertainment law firms, especially those at the top echelon, foresee changes wrought by the strike but not a reduction of work.
Hopes for a quick resolution of the writers strike are fading fast. Back-channel efforts have resumed to avert what's now looking like a long and painful work stoppage.
As showrunners start to flex their muscle with plans for a major rally today, sitcom and drama sets are going dark -- in some cases sooner than the nets and studios had anticipated.
Studios and stars have lost one of their most important seats when it comes to promoting a movie: The latenight couch.
Even after only 48 hours, the effects of the writers strike are tangible in the agency world, where firms are implementing plans to cut back overtime, travel and expenses.
Among recurring questions asked in the build-up to the writers strike (starting with "Will there be one?," and I got that right) has been which side is "winning" the battle of public opinion.
CBS may rely on its "Big Brother" as a strike contingency. Skein, usually a summer staple, has started staffing up for an in-season run that could be on the air as soon as February, people familiar…
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