A conflict similar to the writers' strike in Hollywood is brewing in Sweden. A deal between the Swedish Playwrights Union and webs TV4 and TV5, alongside a number of production companies, expired…
Writers Guild Of America
The U.S. writers' strike is already having an impact on U.K. TV schedules.
Now that a strike is a reality, TV's showrunners are starting to make some tough choices.
Both producers and writers are angry over the way talks collapsed Sunday night, with the two sides creating a "Rashomon"-like atmosphere of disagreement over who did what -- and when.
During the entire pact talks, the producers have shown a well-organized attempt to convey their point of view. But the Writers Guild of America reps are potentially hurting their cause by being so…
ABC made the nets' first major strike-related scheduling change Monday morning, yanking "Cashmere Mafia" off the docket for now.
The chant of the pickets gathered outside Paramount's iconic main gate said it all: "Why are we standing outside this gate? 'Cause we got screwed in '88!"
Once a WGA walkout begins, B.J. Novak -- a writer and a star of NBC's hit comedy "The Office" -- will face a very tough choice.
Latenight talkers, daytime sudsers and primetime multicam laffers will feel the pinch first, once TV writers hit the picket lines.
Hollywood's film studios won't be hitting the panic button anytime soon.
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