The U.S. writers strike began 1 month ago. Here's how it's affecting the Canadian industry
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The strike began one month ago — and the Canadian industry has steeled itself for the ripple effects of a labour action that has shut down scores of Hollywood film and television productions.Feature films rarely begin shooting without a finished script; Canadian independent productions that work with Writers Guild of Canada members are untouched by the strike south of the border.From traditional networks like ABC to streaming giants like Netflix, studios have been preparing for an action with so-called "strike-proof" lineups — mostly a combination of non-scripted reality shows, and international series like the aforementioned CanCon, though you'll see South Korean and Indian exports pop up in your algorithm too. Read More..