WGA STRIKE UPDATE: WGA Signs Interim Deal with Lionsgate
Producer of Mad Men , Weeds Signs Interim Deal with WGA
By Ben Grossman -- Broadcasting & Cable, 1/24/2008 6:39:00 PM
The agreement comes as the WGA and the Alliance of Motion Picture and Television Producers are holding informal talks this week following the AMPTP reaching a deal with the Directors Guild of America.
For full coverage of the strike, click here.
I was supporting the writer's in the beginning, but enough's enough. They are truly biting the hand that feeds them now. The tv audience will turn their attentions elsewhere and have already. We are fickle group, and are done with repeats and reality shows. Once people discover that they can fill their evenings with books, family time, and time on the computer, as well as nights out of the house, and catching up on some sleep because they're not staying up for 10pm shows, they may not be back in the Fall or whenever the new season deems to begin. Meet me at the bowling alley or the clubs, because I'm done being held hostage by the writer's strike.
EM KENT - 1/26/2008 12:50:00 PM EST
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