After 14 weeks of warfare, labor peace has come to Hollywood.
TV showrunners head back to the office today, and the scribe tribe officially resumes work Wednesday. As word of the tentative agreement began spreading Saturday morning, the town breathed a collective sigh of relief and started making plans to resume production.
The strike's end also means the Feb. 24 Oscars can proceed without fear of picketing and with scriptwriters for the kudocast.
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