I haven’t really been following the negotiations between SAG, AFTRA, or the AMPTP very closely, but it appears as though they’ve made a step in the right direction. That direction being NO ACTORS STRIKE of course.
“Despite the Screen Actors Guild’s avid campaign, members of the American Federation of Television & Radio Artists have ratified the union’s primetime deal by 62.4% — a tally strong enough to send a rebuke to SAG, but not so strong that Hollywood’s immediate future is clear-cut.”
So I guess now we’re waiting on SAG. We all know how big of a disaster the writers strike was, hopefully recent history won’t repeat itself.
read the full article here.