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Wanda Sykes and Julie Louis-Dreyfus protest with WGA members

survive the writers strike?? Let's hope so. Three more shows have halted productions: Back to You, starring Kelsey Grammer and Patricia Heaton, sitcoms 'Til Death, which airs on Fox, and Rules of Engagement, on CBS.

In other striking news, The Writers Guild of Canada (WGC) is telling its members not to accept work from U.S. producers looking to replace striking American writers.

"Their fight is our fight," the WGC said in a notice to its members. The notice went on to explain union rules on how the strike by the Writers Guild of America (WGA) against the Alliance of Motion Picture and Television Producers effects WGC members. The strike in the United States mainly revolves around the amount of payment writers receive for sales of films and TV shows on DVD and other types of digital distribution. The Canadian guild said that "the issues the WGA is addressing will affect every professional artist seeking compensation for their work in the digital age." (READ

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