The ax fell at "Saturday Night Live" on Friday morning. Industry sources said that most of the show's below-the-line production staff was fired by NBC in light of the writers strike and the fact that…
Writers Guild Of America
The Oliver Stone-directed "Pinkville" has become the second major film casualty of the writer's strike. United Artists has halted plans to begin production in early December in Southeast Asia…
Studios and networks will resume negotiations with striking writers on Nov. 26.
As a writers strike based on Internet issues rages on, NBC has decided to bring the Internet-based series "Quarterlife" to television.
Sony's "Angels & Demons" has become the first major casualty of the ongoing writers strike. Studio said Friday that it is postponing production on the Tom Hanks starrer, which is a prequel to last…
Prompted by their overseas WGA colleagues, Italy's screenwriters are threatening strike action over new media residuals.
As if anyone needed proof, the WGA and the studios are now further apart than they were 11 days ago when the strike started.
George Clooney has donated $25,000 to the Actors Fund, money that is earmarked to provide emergency assistance to workers in the entertainment industry who fall on hard times because of the strike.
Primetime thesps are about to find out how the WGA strike will affect their own employment status.
The standoff between AMPTP and WGA could put striking writers on a collision course with the Golden Globes, Grammys, SAG Awards, Independent Spirit Awards and the Academy Awards.
Reps for several of the major latenight skeins -- including "Late Show With David Letterman," "The Tonight Show With Jay Leno" and "Late Night With Conan O'Brien" -- have been engaging in secret…
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