Deadline Hollywood reports: “Less than a month before WGA’s current contract with AMPTP expires, there is still a sense of relative calm among TV networks and studios. The subject only recently started coming up in staff meetings, and we are not seeing the frantic stockpiling of scripts we witnessed in 2007 in the run-up to the 100-day writers strike. Some of it has to do with the timing of a potential work stoppage. In 2007, the strike came in early November, when production on about 150 broadcast drama and comedy series was in full force.”

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