Hollywood’s most striking screenwriters are now a tentative New Labor Agreement with studios Walt Disney Co. settled one of the two walkouts which have stopped film and television production.

The Writers Guild of America said that they had reached a new agreement with the Hollywood scribes. deal with the Alliance of Motion Picture & Television Producers, the studios’ bargaining group. If approved by guild members, the agreement will become effective. end a strike The first day of the new school year was May 2.

The interim three-year deal remains subject to the completion of contract language and recommendations from the union’s council and board, which could come as soon as Tuesday. The members will vote on the contract language and recommendations after this. After that, the members would vote. strike Continue through the process.

“We can say, with great pride, that this deal is exceptional—with meaningful gains and protections for writers in every sector of the membership,” In a press release, the guild stated. 

The writers continued to write strike For the first time in 2007 to The streaming services that have changed how TV is produced, and how talent receives payment, are a major factor in the fight for better pay. In July, the Screen Actors Guild also joined their ranks over similar concerns.

Details of the agreement won’t be announced for a few days, however people familiar with the matter said earlier that writers gained concessions on key points, including higher wages.

It is important to note that the word “you” means “you”. studios I have agreed to A person stated that they will hire a specific number of writers to work on their shows. The number will increase as the season progresses. Both sides have created a system where writers receive bonuses if their shows are popular on streaming services.

It appears that they also have reached an agreement regarding the use of artificial intelligent, which some writers had feared would destroy jobs.

Strikes caused hundreds of TV and film productions to cease, affecting not only writers, actors and directors but crew members, catering staff and even industries like real estate and catering. Talent agencies laid off workers as less money was coming in. studios Deals with major producers are suspended to Cut costs The film festival and award shows have been held without the stars. The walkout delayed the return of many new shows scheduled for the fall television season. to This year’s debut was delayed to 2024. 

It is important to note that the word “you” means “you”. studios And writers didn’t come close to a deal Before the start of the strikeThe. studios and writers then didn’t negotiate for months, during which thousands of guild members protested outside the studios’ offices from New York to Los Angeles. While the economics surrounding streaming remained their primary concern, the threat posed by artificial intelligence has become an increasing concern.

After the actors got involved in the dispute, the heads of the largest media companies became more engaged. strike. The studios offered a new proposal in August that addressed many, but not all, of the writers’ concerns. Negotiations lasted a couple weeks between the two parties before they broke off.

September’s negotiations were a complete surprise. The two sides hadn’t been speaking — at least not officially — and many studio executives were debating whether it was time to Instead, engage with actors.

Both sides are under pressure to Cut a deal Studios feared the impact of months more without the ability to increase. Studios feared that the impact on the industry of having to wait another six months was going to be greater. to Many writers have begun to produce new programming. to push their union’s leadership to Cut a deal Everyone could return home to work. 

Those who are involved in entertainment, such as writers and grips, have been starting to emerge. to leave Los Angeles due to The lack of progress. Leading writers have asked to Meeting with the guild leadership to The state of the negotiation was discussed on several talk shows, and they said that they would be returning. to If unions pressure you, it’s best to cancel the plan.

When the latest talks began, four of the most powerful executives in entertainment — Netflix Chief Executive Officer Ted Sarandos, Disney CEO Bob Iger, Warner Bros. Discovery Inc. CEO David Zaslav and NBCUniversal Chief Content Officer Donna Langley — joined their labor negotiators.

It is important to note that the word “you” means “you”. studios For several days, writers and publishers negotiated. After months of public animosity and finger-pointing the two sides maintained their public communications to They hammered it out to the minimum. deal to Reclaim the industry to work.

While the writers’ rooms may soon reopen, a return to Production will have to await a deal With striking actors who have been picketing on the coast to Close down productions which tried to coast to restart. This was the very first time, in more than 60 year that both writers as well as actors were onstage. strike Likewise. The Directors Guild of America has reached a new deal with the studios In June,