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Late-night hosts Jimmy Fallon, Stephen Colbert, John Oliver, Seth Meyers and Jimmy Kimmel are bringing their exhibits again to tv subsequent week following the tip of the Hollywood writers’ strike on Wednesday.
The comedians stopped manufacturing in May when the strike started and in late August launched a podcast referred to as Strike Force Five with proceeds going to out-of-work employees.
“The founding members of ‘Strike Force Five’ will return to their community tv exhibits as of Monday, October 2nd and one in all them to premium cable on October 1st,” the hosts stated in an Instagram put up.
They stated they’ll launch at the least three extra podcast episodes for 12 in whole.
The roughly 11,500 members of the Writers Guild of America (WGA) went on strike in early May after failing to achieve a brand new labor settlement with the foremost Hollywood studios that produce movies and TV exhibits. The SAG-AFTRA actors union, Hollywood’s largest union with 160,000 members, walked off the job in July.
The Hollywood’s writers union stated its members might return to work on Wednesday whereas they determine whether or not to approve a three-year deal that gives pay raises and a few protections round use of synthetic intelligence amongst different positive factors.
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