The streaming era has changed Hollywood forever. Unfortunately it's made things worse for the people who write the shows and films we love (or hate). In an effort to level the playing field the 11,000 members of the Writers Guild of America are on strike for the first time in 15 years—and it looks like this could be a long fight.
How will the writers' strike change the shows you see on your favourite platforms—now and in the future? Which shows and films are most at risk? And if the strike drags on what happens to Canada's screen production industry and the billions of dollars and thousands of jobs it supplies?
GUEST: Barry Hertz, film editor, The Globe and Mail