After nearly five months, the Writers Guild of America strike has finally come to an end as union leaders approved an agreement reached with the Alliance of Motion Picture and Television Producers. Now writers are ready to return to stalled projects. Major studios around the world such as HBO, Netflix, Warner Bros. and Universal are ready to return.
After the strike ended, many Hollywood projects continue to work. Many major studios have been unable to produce episodes for fan-favorite TV shows. HBO Last of us And Euphoria were among the first franchises to be affected by the strike, but now fans can expect a major announcement soon.
HBO is preparing for its return
HBO Last of uswhich is often cited as the best video game television adaptation, was renewed for a second season in January 2023. Another major HBO TV show, Euphoria created a buzz in early 2022 and was renewed for a third season in February of that year.
While HBO was preparing for these projects, the Writers Guild of America scuppered its plans for these franchises. After 5 long months of waiting, the strike is finally over and HBO is now ready to continue producing these shows.
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HBO House of the Dragon everything is ready to return
2024 will be a very interesting year for HBO fans House of the Dragon. Five days after the premiere of the first season. House of the Dragon was renewed for a second season. During the strike, filming of the show’s second season ended.
With most of the work already sorted, the series is ready for release in the summer of 2024. The show was able to continue production during the strike because it is covered by another UK union contract called Equity.
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Many large projects will continue production
Fans were concerned that the strike would affect James Gunn’s highly anticipated film. Superman: Legacy. The film, which will be released in 2025, is ready to introduce fans to Gunn’s reboot of the DC Universe. At Warner Bros. Many large projects have been planned, the implementation of which will now resume.
In addition, Paramount is ready to resume production Star Trekreboot and Tom Clancy’s Rainbow Six device Universal is pleased to announce the second part Fast as soon as its production begins. Netflix quickly brought its writers back to the table to work on the series’ second season. Wednesday.
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