The New York Post: Hollywood on edge as possibility of another writers’ strike looms

Get ready for fewer new episodes of your favorite TV series.

We’re hearing Hollywood agents far and wide are bracing for another writers’ strike.

While the union negotiates a fresh contract every three years, it’s been a decade since the last strike — a stunning 100-day walkout that put Tinseltown productions on ice. The Writers Guild ultimately went back to work after members got a piece of digital revenue.

Consumers a decade ago had to live with fewer episodes of “Heroes,” but if talks don’t go well now the networks could have a tough time with the annual show-and-tell TV upfront presentations in May.

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