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Writers Guild, Alliance of Motion Picture and Television Producers Reach Tentative Agreement

The Writers Guild of America and the labor group representing studios and streamers have reached a tentative deal on a new contract that could end the 146-day writers' strike. "The parties came to terms on a provisional three-year agreement — which will need to be ratified by WGA members to take effect — on Sunday after studios responded to last-minute union asks that day," per The Hollywood Reporter. "Specifics of the deal affecting around 11,500 WGA members weren’t available as of press time, though they will emerge in the next few days as the union seeks to sell its members on the pact."

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