Writers’ Strike Over

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The writers’ strike officially ended Tuesday Night when Union Members voted to go back to work.

CBS’s chairman, Leslie Moonves said “I’m relieved; I think everybody is. We want to get to our regular schedule back up there as soon as we can.”

NBC will have new comedy and drama episodes, with some debuting in the fall.

Executives say that the three month strike will prompt “temporary changes in the TV business,” including a shortened window to develop new programs.

Said Moonves, “Will pilots be scaled back? Undoubtedly.”


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