The actors’ union’s negotiating team reached a tentative agreement earlier this month, ending an 118-day strike that had started on July 14. With the strike being over, CBS has announced delayed 2024 premiere dates for shows like Young Sheldon, NCIS, Survivor and The Amazing Race.
As the strike ended on November 8, Screen Actors Guild (SAG-AFTRA) said in a statement, “We are thrilled and proud to tell you that today your TV/Theatrical Negotiating Committee voted unanimously to approve a tentative agreement with the AMPTP.”
It added, “As of 12:01 a.m. (PST) on November 9, our strike is officially over and all picket locations are suspended.”
The deal allowed studios to resume production of movies and TV shows. Ever since the Writers Guild of America started its walkout of May 2, several shows had to be shuttered.
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