It’s not done yet. The leadership of performing artists’ union SAG-AFTRA and the studios, represented by the Alliance of Motion Picture and Television Producers, issued a joint statement Monday saying talks have ended for today and outlining next steps for the parties as the strike is approaching three months. month mark.
“SAG-AFTRA and the AMPTP have entered into negotiations and concluded them today. Negotiations will continue on Wednesday, October 11, while the parties will work independently on Tuesday,” the statement said.
The Fran Drescher-led union, which represents about 160,000 members, has been on strike since July 14.
More to come.