The SAG-AFTRA’s negotiating committee has announced they’re ending the 118 day strike of actor union members.
The strike brought Hollywood to a screeching halt while actors demanded better pay and more control over their content.
The unanimous vote came Wednesday after a tense week. SAG-AFTRA leaders worked feverishly for days to improve terms of the proposed labor contract offered by the media companies, which bargain through the Alliance of Motion Picture and Television Producers. The union said the 118-day strike would officially end at 12:01 a.m. Thursday.