SAG-AFTRA union president Fran Drescher has come under some criticism for comments she made on the picket line. May 8 Including how she doesn’t consider “what’s so important to the book…is the kind of things we are.” [the actors] Chase.”
But as a guest on Tuesdays on SiriusXM’s The Julie Mason Showthe former star of governess She said that both her union and the WGA were “all cogs in the same wheel” and that “it is important that we sit beside our sister unions in solidarity.”
“That’s what makes the business strong,” she said on the radio show. It is a highly interdependent and collaborative art form. Everyone’s contribution must be honored. And the industry has changed so dramatically with the advent of digital technology and streaming that when this time, you know, many unions are about to renegotiate, including SAG-AFTRA, serious and important adjustments have to be according to the contract because the whole business model is in The industry has changed.”
Drescher also considered the possibility of the 30th meeting of governess November this.
“the Nanny The reunion, I think, is as close as it’s our 30th anniversary in November. At least before the hit, we were in talks with Sony, the parent company, to see what we could do that would be fun and exciting for the fans to get on board. And hopefully the strike ends soon enough, a deal can be struck with the Writer’s Guild and AMPTP, and we’ll be able to get back to knowing what we want to do for Nanny Some kind of reunion, maybe a tailgate pilot. We don’t really know, but we have a lot of options on the table and we’re kind of open to all of them and everything else, you know, will kind of take us backwards to this now because there’s only one 30th anniversary option. And show, you know, is the gift that keeps on giving and has a tremendous lifespan. It has definitely stood the test of time and is hotter than ever because on HBO Max, it’s streaming. And the families you see today, parents were children when we started in the ’90s. And so it’s as multi-generational as it was in the ’90s, but it’s still, and the clothes are still visible… Hopefully, we can dive in once the strike is over.”
Here are Drescher’s comments last week on the potential casting strike and how WGA members reacted via Twitter:
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