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STRIKE UPDATE

Negotiations between major studios and the Writers Guild of America were expected to resume later today after a marathon 17-hour bargaining session concluded at 3 am/PT this morning — roughly three hours after the WGA's contract expired. Both sides are hoping to avert a crippling strike that would halt TV and movie production.

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Negotiations between major studios and the Writers Guild of America were expected to resume later today after a marathon 17-hour bargaining session concluded at 3 am/PT this morning — roughly three hours after the WGA's contract expired. Both sides are hoping to avert a crippling strike that would halt TV and movie production.