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02/09/2008 05:04 PM ID: 68363 Permalink   

Writers Strike Nearing End?


The strike of Hollywood writers could end as soon as Monday if the guild finds a proposed contract favorable. The guild is meeting this weekend to consider the proposal, and writers expressed a mix of optimism and skepticism.

While Hilary Winston, a 'My Name Is Earl' writer, said her feelings are "relief and optimism and excitement," Erik Oleson said he wouldn't "drink the Kool-Aid and accept a bad deal. I'd rather continue the strike ... what matters is the fine print."

If the guild shows support for the proposal by the Alliance of Motion Picture and Television Producers, dozens of shows could return to production, putting thousands of entertainment employees back on the job.

    WebReporter: l´anglais Show Calling Card      
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  I havn't noticed  
one bit of change to my routine since they striked. I say we let them strike indefinetely. Maybe they will just hire all new writers who are actually good.
  by: RyanB     02/09/2008 05:55 PM     
It appears they've reached a tentative deal:
  by: l´anglais     02/09/2008 07:59 PM     
Now we can get some more crappy tv shows to watch!
  by: zortona   02/09/2008 11:19 PM     
  Without the writers  
we are doomed to a steady diet of reality television. RyanB if any of the studios tryed to hire scab labour across a picket line they'd probably find themselves black banned from so many directions that they would struggle to survive.
  by: ixuzus     02/10/2008 12:18 AM     
I know I noticed, almost all the show I watch are written by the guild, so all i've gotten to watch are hastily put together almost complete episodes with assloads of filler. So until this strike is over I probably wont watch anything but cartoons as they're actually worth watching instead of all the reality blah they always have on tv now.
  by: splicer   02/10/2008 01:48 AM     
because of this writers strike, i'm guessing it's a good thing i don't have tv? i haven't watched tv since thanksgiving day of last year...but i read about this writers strike alot. is there a difference in shows and all? or am i missing anything interesting?
  by: AliciaMae   02/10/2008 08:36 AM     
A lot of the series' new seasons got postponed or cancelled, sucks for a 24 fan like me. There's much more reality crap on the air now.
  by: l´anglais     02/10/2008 08:53 AM     
Oh, Thank God!
  by: VermiciousG     02/10/2008 06:37 PM     
The Office, more eps of Lost, Pushing Daisies, House, Chuck, etc etc etc...Finally will be back!
  by: datsuncaptain1     02/11/2008 01:12 AM     
  The unions have fired their last bullet  
Studios will simply buy more programmes from none union writers from now on.

Expect the current crop of shows to finish, but dont expect them to replaced 1:1 with new writers guild shows.
  by: AnsweringQuestions     02/11/2008 11:17 AM     
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