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It's Official -- The Writers Strike is Over

It's Official -- The Writers Strike is Over

The writers strike is officially over. Wahoo!

The Writers Guild of America lifted the strike a bit before 7p.m. PST.

“The strike is over,” WGA West president Patric Verrone said. “Our membership has voted, and writers can go back to work. This was not a strike we wanted, but one we had to conduct in order to win jurisdiction and establish appropriate residuals for writing in new media and on the Internet. Those advances now give us a foothold in the digital age. Rather than being shut out of the future of content creation and delivery, writers will lead the way as TV migrates to the Internet and platforms for new media are developed.”

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  • J

    Finally, this is a true relief.


    Now that the strike is over we need to hurry and get more signatures. So please read, sign and pass on to others!


  • Westlifebunny

    This is such an awesome news! Words cannot express the way I feel right now, I am so glad! I can’t wait for the writers of SUPERNATURAL, LOST, SMALLVILLE, ONE TREE HILL, UGLY BETTY, CHUCK, PUSHING DAISIES and THE SIMPSONS to return back to the pencils and get cracking on some wicked storylines!!

    woot woot!!

  • Rachel

    Finally *lets out sigh of relief* ^-^

    I was starting to miss my favorite shows (especially Ugly Betty). Despite the sacrifice in number of episodes, I’m glad that the writers stood by their principles and got what they wanted (despite people being out of work and the effect its had on LA’s economy).

  • Jessica

    Yay Im one of the first ten to comment!

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  • johnathon

    Yess sutie Life On Deck

  • susan

    woohoo! writer’s strike is over =D

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  • natalie


    time for some new GREYS ANATOMY
    and if course, our new favorite show


    And we can’t forget about heroes


    yay gossip girl back :]]

  • lul


  • halie

    yay bring back heroes

  • Arab.Aquarius

    thank God!!!! finaly

  • the_original_nika

    alright, TF2 here it comes.

  • Just me…

    I’m happy for the writers…

    But more happy that my favorite show Prison Break comes back!!!

  • God

    Long live the bionic woman! Don’t forget skin. :)

  • troy

    Thank God it’s finally official. Now hopefully we’ll get at least a few more episodes of “Lost”. Reportedly there’s a possiblity of six more episdoes I’m keeping my fingers crossed.

  • Ande

    Woohoo! I’m glad they came to an agreement.

  • buckeyegurl

    Yeah!!! Bring on more LLLOOOOOOOOSSSSSSTTTTT!!!!! So glad there will be more than 8 epis!

  • Masha

    Too bad the actors strike is going to start later this year…

  • Westlifebunny

    yeah, i heard about that. their contract expires in june but at least our tv shows won’t be affected as much since they all have to finish shooting before april now.

    i think the movies will be affected more so and if it carries on till august/september then our tv shows may get affected…

  • alohaland

    LOST will have a total of 13 episodes this season. There will be a break between segments of 6 weeks (They will run the first seven, then the 6 week break, then will finish with the remaining 6 episodes). But I don’t care as long as I get my FIX!!!

  • movie fan

    I think the writers proved how important they are to all those who just want to profit from them and not take them seriously. It’s always a show with good writing that does well — those poorly written are canceled, or movies bomb.

    I don’t think the greedy producers want to go through all this again when the actors’ contracts are up and might not be so willing to be stubborn this time around. And the way the actors supported the writers, the writers will support the actors, so the producers better get ready to negotiate.