Hollywood Strike: Here’s What Shows We Could Lose First

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By Michael Tedder The WGA Writers Strike will immediately impact this sector. As of May 2, the WGA Writers Strike has officially gone on strike, owing to disputes related to royalties, minimum staffing level for TV writers rooms, concerns about artificial intelligence and many other issues. This will be the WGA’s first strike in 16 years, and many of the requests the guild has made owe to changes in the television industry due to the advent of streaming, which has left many writers without the residual income that once came from reruns, DVD box sets and so forth. Don’t Miss: Netflix’s Password…

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