Union leaders and Hollywood studios have reached a tentative agreement to end the screenwriters strike that has been ongoing for nearly five months. The Writers Guild of America announced the deal in a joint statement with the Alliance of Motion Picture and Television Producers. The three-year contract agreement, which was settled after five days of renewed talks, must still be approved by the guild’s board and members. The terms of the deal have not been announced yet. However, the strike is not yet officially over as no agreement has been reached with the striking actors. The strike has led to the suspension of nightly network shows, but they could return to the air within days if the agreement is approved. Talks between studios and the Screen Actors Guild have not yet resumed. About 11,500 members of the Writers Guild of America went on strike in May over pay, staff sizes, and the use of artificial intelligence in script creation.
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