The Writers Guild of America has gone on strike over various issues, including pay, which has declined over the past decade.
"It is eerily similar to a regular production wrap," says Kenya Morgan. "Only, as I coined it last week, this is the rehearsal wrap."
If it's anything like the last writers strike, it could halt production for 100 days.
A tentative new Writers Guild contract deals with the thorny issue of residuals from streamed content.
When it comes to pursuing newly unrepresented talent, small agencies don't have much to lose.
Negotiations continue between the Writers Guild of America and TV and movie producers as the May 1 expiration date of the writers’ contract looms. Writers have struggled with changes in content production and distribution. Click the audio player above to hear the full story.