Aug 09, 2023
By Christine Ross
The Hollywood writers strike has reached the 100-day mark, matching the length of the landmark strike 16 years ago.
The milestone comes as the U.S. film and TV industries remain paralyzed by dual actor and screenwriter strikes.
With a month until a new fall season, TV networks have already put contingency plans in place for programming that excludes their most popular scripted series.
Actors began their strike July 14, creating the first dual strike since 1960. Issues include the use of artificial intelligence and residuals related to streaming.