I feel sorry for all the behind the scenes people who aren't working because of this strike.
Part of that is because we haven't exhausted all the content that was completed or in post-production when the strike started. We, consumers, aren't apt to really start feeling the impact until next fall, assuming the strike doesn't roll on even longer.I honestly haven't really been missing much of the content a lot of these people were responsible for, so they can stay on strike a lot longer afaic.
Survivor channel+ only 9.99 a month and you can have 24 live feeds from survivor island. including survivor island food challenge cooking shows, american ninja survivor contests and survivor alumni political debatesThe new season of survivor is 90 minute episodes. Considering the last writers strike spawned reality TV as we know it today: I fear what loathsome abomination with be birthed with this one.
And honestly, the rich bitches obstructing and delaying because they think they can starve out the peons? Yeah, that shit will work against them in the long run. Eventually, all the writers, less famous actors, the tradespeople, the cooks and all them: if it gets dragged out long enough, they will move on. They'll HAVE to, if only for their own survival... But then how they were treated, how the studios literally nickled, dimed and starved them out? That will never go away. The studios will never be able to get that level of quality worker back.Brutal honesty, I'm sorry for the smaller people who are getting hurt by this. But when it comes to the million/billionaire actors and the corpo-rat studios...I'm just sitting back and enjoying the hell out of seeing them eat themselves.
Ryan Nemeth?I saw a good video of a stirker yesterday. He is an actor that calls himself a jobber, and has been in numerous tv shows and movies over the years. One show he starred in for a web series, was taken, and turned into a tv series and rebroadcast in another country and was a hit. Instead of getting paid per the 24 webisodes, he got his time compressed to 6 episodes due to that is how it was aired, and then got his pay reduced by the time he was on screen. So instead of making the $15K for starring in this hit tv show, he got a check for $90.