The strike threatens the survival of writing as a profession, with writers struggling as their work is devalued. It also raises concerns about the use of AI in script generation.
A group of teachers in one of the worst public schools in the country rely on each other to counteract the school district's attitude towards education.
Two ambitious figures, U.S. Attorney Chuck Rhoades and billionaire hedge fund king Bobby "Axe" Axelrod, navigate the worlds of wealth, influence, and corruption.
Balde is getting a reboot! Half-human/half-vampire Blade hunts down the undead to rid the world of vampires that terrorize mankind.
A group of camp counselors and campers at the Kikiwaka Ranch navigate their personal and camp-related adventures while searching for a hidden treasure
The spin-off series follows the competitive world of martial arts in Southern California as the original characters from "The Karate Kid" mentor the next generation.
Matt Murdock's life unravels after his secret identity as Daredevil is exposed, leading to a battle with the Kingpin who aims to destroy him
Callie and Mariana navigate their young adult lives in Los Angeles, exploring different paths and sides of the city.
Preparation for Season 2 has been put on hold due to the lack of scripts. The casting team asked actors to audition scenes from the video game "The Last of Us Part II" as they await script completion.
Host Mayim Bialik steps away from the show in solidarity with the WGA strike. Ken Jennings fills in as the host for Season 39.
Production halted in Wilmington, North Carolina, due to the strike. The romantic drama, starring Joshua Jackson and Lauren Ridloff, explores a love affair between a deaf woman and her polar opposite counterpart.
Season 3 filming postponed due to the WGA strike. Showrunner Katori Hall emphasizes the importance of fair negotiations and values the connection between writing and producing.
Season 2 production paused in New York due to the strike and picketing by WGA members at York Studios. The season features a core cast led by Adam Scott and Patricia Arquette, along with notable guest stars.
Spinoff series from "Game of Thrones" supports the strike and halts production. The prequel series "House of the Dragon" continues production as scripts were completed before the strike.
The Duffer Brothers announce the hold on production for the final season, emphasizing the importance of fair negotiations and hoping for a resolution soon.
Season 4 of the supernatural drama series wraps up early at Brooklyn Stages due to picketers. Strike captain Warren Leight tweets that the show was shut down after three guys picketed for six hours.
Season 2 of the comedy series starring Maya Rudolph is put on hold due to protests at the Universal Television Bel-Air location.
The upcoming installment in Ryan Murphy's horror anthology series is shut down at Silvercup Studios due to the strike. Notable stars such as Kim Kardashian, Emma Roberts, and Cara Delevingne are confirmed to star in the series.
Work on Season 3 stops after one day in the writers' room due to the strike. Co-creators Ashley Lyle and Bart Nickerson express excitement to resume work once a fair deal is reached.
Showrunner Tony Gilroy, who faced criticism for non-writing producing work on "Andor," has announced that he has ceased all activities on the Disney+ show. Season 2 of "Andor" has been filming in the U.K.
The teams behind the long-running adult animated comedies “American Dad” and “Family Guy” have walked off the job in support of the strike.