The WGA is calling its new deal "exceptional." Here's why.
Hollywood’s writers are able to pick up their pens again as their nearly five-month-long strike against industry studios comes to a close.
The Writer’s Guild of America West (WGAW) announced that its walkout is ending at 12:01am Pacific Time on Wednesday (Sept. 27) after its leadership unanimously agreed to an “exceptional” new deal. Now all that’s left is for the WGAW’s 11,500 members to ratify the contract.