The conventional wisdom is that the studios and networks are purposely waiting so that they can invoke force majeure, a contract clause that essentially frees both parties from liability or obligation when an extraordinary event, such as a strike, occurs.
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The problem with Heroes -- it's slow, it's repetitive. "You don’t get it. It’s like a comic book. That’s how stories are told in comic books,” fans say. But that's why people don't read comic books either! This may be too late, with a strike and a
However, unlike with the WGA screenwriters' strike. the stagehands and the producers are scheduled to negotiate. This weekend.
They're also represented by the WGA (WGA-E), but they work under a different contract. That expired in 2005. Their last pay raise came in 2004. Why again haven't they struck first?