Film production powerhouse, Warner Bros Television has suspended top deals like Greg Berlanti (The Flash) Productions, Bill Lawrence’s (Ted Lasso) Doozer Productions, Mindy Kaling’s (The Office) Kaling International, and many others.
This is coming three months into the ongoing writers’ strike. Both representing parties have not been able to agree.
Sources also say that John Wells (The West Wing)’ Productions’ pact was suspended back in June and that Chuck Lorre’s (Two and a Half Man) Prods.’ may have also been recently suspended.
According to Deadline, for nearly all of the top showrunners at WBTV and many other studies and streamers, these arrangements are currently believed to be of a suspended and extended nature. (Suspension towards end of contract)
The Writers Guild of America strike started earlier this year in May, and months later the SAG-AFTRA strike commenced in July.
There has not been a termination of deals unlike the Writers Guild of America strike from 2007 to 2008, but with studios choosing to continue the suspensions as a means to not have to pay during the work jam.
Los Angeles Dodgers Have Lost 5 Of Their Last Six Games, After Loss To Dodgers
Los Angeles Dodgers are struggling with their form after losing 11-4 to Miami Marlins in a race for the wild-card spot.
Miami opened play a half-game behind Cincinnati and Joey Wendle was the star of the match. He drove in four runs and finished a triple shy of hitting for the cycle.
The 33-year-old Wendle batted ninth in the order and delivered a homer, double, and single to highlight the 13-hit attack of the surging Marlins, who have won six consecutive games.