In the latest strike-related twist, more top-tier movie stars are available to work than at any time in recent memory, and a substantial number of TV stars may be poised to join them.
Writers Guild Of America
With both sides back at the barricades, many believe the writers strike won't be resolved until March at the earliest.
Stung by criticism from several of his own staffers, "Tonight Show" host Jay Leno has promised to pay employee salaries through at least this week.
With the writers strike in its fourth week, the companies on Thursday put forth what they consider to be a "groundbreaking" proposal -- and the writers have blasted it.• Read AMPTP statement• Read…
WGA strike-related angst continues apace in the latenight realm. Conan O'Brien is digging deep to help his staff weather the shutdown, while Carson Daly is dodging the slings and arrows of WGA…
The WGA East has reached a tentative agreement with ABC covering about 250 news employees, who have been working under an expired contract for nearly three years.
Strike or no strike, it's business as unusual for latenight TV's talent bookers.
Hollywood received a welcome bit of good news on Wednesday as the striking scribes and the majors agreed to a fourth day of closed-door contract talks -- a previously unplanned session -- for today.
A UCLA economist is throwing cold water on estimates that the writers strike will have a $1 billion economic impact if it lasts as long as the WGA's five-month work stoppage in 1988.
The sound of silence gripped Hollywood for a second straight day as striking writers negotiated with studios and nets behind closed doors to end the 23-day work stoppage.
Leave it to showbiz types to turn picket lines into street theater -- and quite the social scene.
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