Monday, February 12, 2018

This Week in Television History: February 2017 PART II

As always, the further we go back in Hollywood history,
the more that fact and legend become intertwined.
It's hard to say where the truth really lies.


February 12, 2008
Writers’ strike ends after 100 days. 
Hollywood’s longest work stoppage since 1988 ends on this day in 2008, when members of the Writers Guild of America (WGA) vote by a margin of more than 90 percent to go back to work after a walkout that began the previous November 5.

To quote the Bicentennial Minute, "And that's the way it was".


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Tony Figueroa
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