Writers Win WGA Members Overwhelmingly Ratify New Contract

WGA members ratify a new deal with studios, ending the strike

99% of WGA members vote in favour of a new contract

The new deal includes wage increases and improved benefits

Writers return to work after a five-month strike

The strike cost Hollywood billions of dollars in lost revenue

The new deal is seen as a victory for writers and unions

WGA members united in solidarity during the strike

Strike raised awareness of writers issues

A new deal sets a precedent for future negotiations

Writers look forward to returning to work and creating new stories