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PostPosted: Mon Sep 20, 2021 7:09 am    Post subject:

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ZNation… reminds me how good TWD early seasons was


Ok, dragging badly on season 3/4, way too many unnecessary stories, skip
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I'm 4 episodes in on The Morning Show, Jennifer Aniston, and Reese Witherspoon. As usual, I'm on the late freight. So far I like the series. I'll be binging this evening.

Why is episode 7 & 8 the same on Ted Lasso?

Are there going to be more than 4 episodes of Only Murder In The Building?


There will be 10 episodes of Only Murder In The Building is Season 1.

I like The Morning Show.....love Reese Witherspoon. For the first time ever....I noticed the beautiful Jennifer Aniston is showing her age a little in the 1st episode of Season 2.

She looks damn good for a 52 year old.


52 is like jailbait for you, isn’t it?

Yep. I'll take isolation with Jenny.
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PostPosted: Mon Sep 20, 2021 10:36 pm    Post subject:

@adkindo I finished S1 of The Morning Show and watched E1 S2. I see what you mean about Jennifer's aging. I thought she was made to look haggard because she was troubled. It was only in the opening scenes though. It's getting really interesting. Backstabbing galore. Am I caught up? If I have it right E2 will air on Sept 23rd.
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@adkindo I finished S1 of The Morning Show and watched E1 S2. I see what you mean about Jennifer's aging. I thought she was made to look haggard because she was troubled. It was only in the opening scenes though. It's getting really interesting. Backstabbing galore. Am I caught up? If I have it right E2 will air on Sept 23rd.


Yeah, and maybe it was intentional. She is still very beautiful, but I was always amazed at how she kept that natural girl next door look without showing much aging for so long. Yes, episode 2 is this week.
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PostPosted: Tue Sep 21, 2021 8:07 am    Post subject:

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ZNation… reminds me how good TWD early seasons was


Ok, dragging badly on season 3/4, way too many unnecessary stories, skip


In other words, just like TWD.


I just checked and TWD is still on, scheduled to finish in 2022! I think I gave up after season 5, and I watched a couple seasons too many. It must be really awful these days.
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PostPosted: Tue Sep 21, 2021 8:58 am    Post subject:

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@adkindo I finished S1 of The Morning Show and watched E1 S2. I see what you mean about Jennifer's aging. I thought she was made to look haggard because she was troubled. It was only in the opening scenes though. It's getting really interesting. Backstabbing galore. Am I caught up? If I have it right E2 will air on Sept 23rd.


Yeah, and maybe it was intentional. She is still very beautiful, but I was always amazed at how she kept that natural girl next door look without showing much aging for so long. Yes, episode 2 is this week.
Maybe she lives a clean life. She reminds me of Doris Day
What time does The Morning Show air?
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ZNation… reminds me how good TWD early seasons was


Ok, dragging badly on season 3/4, way too many unnecessary stories, skip


Have you tried Black Summer?
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PostPosted: Wed Sep 22, 2021 5:22 am    Post subject:

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ZNation… reminds me how good TWD early seasons was


Ok, dragging badly on season 3/4, way too many unnecessary stories, skip


Have you tried Black Summer?


Not yet, Netflix? Amazon prime? HBO?

Found it Netflix, a spin off z nation. I’ll check it out
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ZNation… reminds me how good TWD early seasons was


Ok, dragging badly on season 3/4, way too many unnecessary stories, skip


Have you tried Black Summer?


Not yet, Netflix? Amazon prime? HBO?

Found it Netflix, a spin off z nation. I’ll check it out


Can’t go thru this z nation, every episode is ‘trying to be cute’ humor then the UFO lol, done but I’ll check the spin off
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PostPosted: Wed Sep 22, 2021 1:51 pm    Post subject:

Well folks, sounds like there may be a bit of a slow down in Film and TV Land in the coming months.

It's official. Those of us in IATSE are voting on a Strike Authorization next week. Sounds like it is leaning "YES", as for the first time in decades, all the various Local leaders and the head of IATSE are in solid agreement to move forward with it. What the vote's outcome will be and whether it will lead to an actual strike remains to be seen . . .
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E6 & E7Only Murders In The Building dropped. Selena Gomez is not a bad actress.
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PostPosted: Wed Sep 22, 2021 3:19 pm    Post subject:

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Well folks, sounds like there may be a bit of a slow down in Film and TV Land in the coming months.

It's official. Those of us in IATSE are voting on a Strike Authorization next week. Sounds like it is leaning "YES", as for the first time in decades, all the various Local leaders and the head of IATSE are in solid agreement to move forward with it. What the vote's outcome will be and whether it will lead to an actual strike remains to be seen . . .

Always support workers but what happened?
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Star Wars Vision is a Disney animated series. Season1 9 Episodes.
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PostPosted: Wed Sep 22, 2021 6:06 pm    Post subject:

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Well folks, sounds like there may be a bit of a slow down in Film and TV Land in the coming months.

It's official. Those of us in IATSE are voting on a Strike Authorization next week. Sounds like it is leaning "YES", as for the first time in decades, all the various Local leaders and the head of IATSE are in solid agreement to move forward with it. What the vote's outcome will be and whether it will lead to an actual strike remains to be seen . . .

Always support workers but what happened?


Tough to summarize briefly. There are a number of issues faced by various locals. The biggest issue is what the producers and studios refer to as "new media", which is streaming content. They claim it is uncharted territory, and therefore don't want it to be counted into the residuals which fund pensions and health care. Obviously, as anyone who watches anything these days, it is hardly an unknown revenue stream and is hugely profitable. Throw in extended overtime days in production with shorter turnaround (it is not uncommon for production to work a series of 16 hour days in a row with as little as 9 hours off in between), they want to eliminate mandatory lunch and any penalties for it, minimal increase in base pay . . . it goes on and on. My Local, 700 the Editors Guild, will not be able to fund its pension and health in a few years under the current contract.

The AMPTP is playing hardball and even harder than they usually do, crying that they are in arrears because of COVID, but the books say otherwise. The Locals, at least as of now, are unified that enough is enough and as the industry as profitable as it has ever been and moreso, the notion of being able to work more for less money and benefits is untenable.
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PostPosted: Wed Sep 22, 2021 7:35 pm    Post subject:

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DaMuleRules wrote:
Well folks, sounds like there may be a bit of a slow down in Film and TV Land in the coming months.

It's official. Those of us in IATSE are voting on a Strike Authorization next week. Sounds like it is leaning "YES", as for the first time in decades, all the various Local leaders and the head of IATSE are in solid agreement to move forward with it. What the vote's outcome will be and whether it will lead to an actual strike remains to be seen . . .

Always support workers but what happened?


Tough to summarize briefly. There are a number of issues faced by various locals. The biggest issue is what the producers and studios refer to as "new media", which is streaming content. They claim it is uncharted territory, and therefore don't want it to be counted into the residuals which fund pensions and health care. Obviously, as anyone who watches anything these days, it is hardly an unknown revenue stream and is hugely profitable. Throw in extended overtime days in production with shorter turnaround (it is not uncommon for production to work a series of 16 hour days in a row with as little as 9 hours off in between), they want to eliminate mandatory lunch and any penalties for it, minimal increase in base pay . . . it goes on and on. My Local, 700 the Editors Guild, will not be able to fund its pension and health in a few years under the current contract.

The AMPTP is playing hardball and even harder than they usually do, crying that they are in arrears because of COVID, but the books say otherwise. The Locals, at least as of now, are unified that enough is enough and as the industry as profitable as it has ever been and moreso, the notion of being able to work more for less money and benefits is untenable.


Hope things turn out alright for you DMR.
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PostPosted: Wed Sep 22, 2021 7:57 pm    Post subject:

jodeke wrote:
DaMuleRules wrote:
governator wrote:
DaMuleRules wrote:
Well folks, sounds like there may be a bit of a slow down in Film and TV Land in the coming months.

It's official. Those of us in IATSE are voting on a Strike Authorization next week. Sounds like it is leaning "YES", as for the first time in decades, all the various Local leaders and the head of IATSE are in solid agreement to move forward with it. What the vote's outcome will be and whether it will lead to an actual strike remains to be seen . . .

Always support workers but what happened?


Tough to summarize briefly. There are a number of issues faced by various locals. The biggest issue is what the producers and studios refer to as "new media", which is streaming content. They claim it is uncharted territory, and therefore don't want it to be counted into the residuals which fund pensions and health care. Obviously, as anyone who watches anything these days, it is hardly an unknown revenue stream and is hugely profitable. Throw in extended overtime days in production with shorter turnaround (it is not uncommon for production to work a series of 16 hour days in a row with as little as 9 hours off in between), they want to eliminate mandatory lunch and any penalties for it, minimal increase in base pay . . . it goes on and on. My Local, 700 the Editors Guild, will not be able to fund its pension and health in a few years under the current contract.

The AMPTP is playing hardball and even harder than they usually do, crying that they are in arrears because of COVID, but the books say otherwise. The Locals, at least as of now, are unified that enough is enough and as the industry as profitable as it has ever been and moreso, the notion of being able to work more for less money and benefits is untenable.


Hope things turn out alright for you DMR.


Thanks j. I'll be fine whatever happens. It's more about keeping the pensions and health care viable in the long term for those who will need it in the future, and making sure that those in production have a safe working environment. Over the years, my wife and I have known colleagues who died in accidents while driving home in the middle of the night after pulling long shifts over several days.
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PostPosted: Wed Sep 22, 2021 9:43 pm    Post subject:

DaMuleRules wrote:
governator wrote:
DaMuleRules wrote:
Well folks, sounds like there may be a bit of a slow down in Film and TV Land in the coming months.

It's official. Those of us in IATSE are voting on a Strike Authorization next week. Sounds like it is leaning "YES", as for the first time in decades, all the various Local leaders and the head of IATSE are in solid agreement to move forward with it. What the vote's outcome will be and whether it will lead to an actual strike remains to be seen . . .

Always support workers but what happened?


Tough to summarize briefly. There are a number of issues faced by various locals. The biggest issue is what the producers and studios refer to as "new media", which is streaming content. They claim it is uncharted territory, and therefore don't want it to be counted into the residuals which fund pensions and health care. Obviously, as anyone who watches anything these days, it is hardly an unknown revenue stream and is hugely profitable. Throw in extended overtime days in production with shorter turnaround (it is not uncommon for production to work a series of 16 hour days in a row with as little as 9 hours off in between), they want to eliminate mandatory lunch and any penalties for it, minimal increase in base pay . . . it goes on and on. My Local, 700 the Editors Guild, will not be able to fund its pension and health in a few years under the current contract.

The AMPTP is playing hardball and even harder than they usually do, crying that they are in arrears because of COVID, but the books say otherwise. The Locals, at least as of now, are unified that enough is enough and as the industry as profitable as it has ever been and moreso, the notion of being able to work more for less money and benefits is untenable.

This is really interesting. New media is not only hardly an unknown revenue stream but the obvious format going forward, one that AMPTP has likely analyzed for years before COVID, constantly reassessed and reanalyzed during the pandemic, and probably built predictive models around for the future that change as data streams in. I speculate that they are playing hardball knowing exactly what it is. "therefore don't want it to be counted into the residuals which fund pensions and health care". Good luck with the strike.
On the plus (or more plus side if strike is successful), I might actually knock down my streaming service queues if there is no production. Lately, it's like the number of my browser tabs, ever-increasing.
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focus wrote:
DaMuleRules wrote:
governator wrote:
DaMuleRules wrote:
Well folks, sounds like there may be a bit of a slow down in Film and TV Land in the coming months.

It's official. Those of us in IATSE are voting on a Strike Authorization next week. Sounds like it is leaning "YES", as for the first time in decades, all the various Local leaders and the head of IATSE are in solid agreement to move forward with it. What the vote's outcome will be and whether it will lead to an actual strike remains to be seen . . .

Always support workers but what happened?


Tough to summarize briefly. There are a number of issues faced by various locals. The biggest issue is what the producers and studios refer to as "new media", which is streaming content. They claim it is uncharted territory, and therefore don't want it to be counted into the residuals which fund pensions and health care. Obviously, as anyone who watches anything these days, it is hardly an unknown revenue stream and is hugely profitable. Throw in extended overtime days in production with shorter turnaround (it is not uncommon for production to work a series of 16 hour days in a row with as little as 9 hours off in between), they want to eliminate mandatory lunch and any penalties for it, minimal increase in base pay . . . it goes on and on. My Local, 700 the Editors Guild, will not be able to fund its pension and health in a few years under the current contract.

The AMPTP is playing hardball and even harder than they usually do, crying that they are in arrears because of COVID, but the books say otherwise. The Locals, at least as of now, are unified that enough is enough and as the industry as profitable as it has ever been and moreso, the notion of being able to work more for less money and benefits is untenable.

This is really interesting. New media is not only hardly an unknown revenue stream but the obvious format going forward, one that AMPTP has likely analyzed for years before COVID, constantly reassessed and reanalyzed during the pandemic, and probably built predictive models around for the future that change as data streams in. I speculate that they are playing hardball knowing exactly what it is. "therefore don't want it to be counted into the residuals which fund pensions and health care". Good luck with the strike.
On the plus (or more plus side if strike is successful), I might actually knock down my streaming service queues if there is no production. Lately, it's like the number of my browser tabs, ever-increasing.


Sounds like battle between Uber/Lyft vs drivers, wording, good luck DMR
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PostPosted: Thu Sep 23, 2021 6:55 am    Post subject:

governator wrote:
focus wrote:
DaMuleRules wrote:
governator wrote:
DaMuleRules wrote:
Well folks, sounds like there may be a bit of a slow down in Film and TV Land in the coming months.

It's official. Those of us in IATSE are voting on a Strike Authorization next week. Sounds like it is leaning "YES", as for the first time in decades, all the various Local leaders and the head of IATSE are in solid agreement to move forward with it. What the vote's outcome will be and whether it will lead to an actual strike remains to be seen . . .

Always support workers but what happened?


Tough to summarize briefly. There are a number of issues faced by various locals. The biggest issue is what the producers and studios refer to as "new media", which is streaming content. They claim it is uncharted territory, and therefore don't want it to be counted into the residuals which fund pensions and health care. Obviously, as anyone who watches anything these days, it is hardly an unknown revenue stream and is hugely profitable. Throw in extended overtime days in production with shorter turnaround (it is not uncommon for production to work a series of 16 hour days in a row with as little as 9 hours off in between), they want to eliminate mandatory lunch and any penalties for it, minimal increase in base pay . . . it goes on and on. My Local, 700 the Editors Guild, will not be able to fund its pension and health in a few years under the current contract.

The AMPTP is playing hardball and even harder than they usually do, crying that they are in arrears because of COVID, but the books say otherwise. The Locals, at least as of now, are unified that enough is enough and as the industry as profitable as it has ever been and moreso, the notion of being able to work more for less money and benefits is untenable.

This is really interesting. New media is not only hardly an unknown revenue stream but the obvious format going forward, one that AMPTP has likely analyzed for years before COVID, constantly reassessed and reanalyzed during the pandemic, and probably built predictive models around for the future that change as data streams in. I speculate that they are playing hardball knowing exactly what it is. "therefore don't want it to be counted into the residuals which fund pensions and health care". Good luck with the strike.
On the plus (or more plus side if strike is successful), I might actually knock down my streaming service queues if there is no production. Lately, it's like the number of my browser tabs, ever-increasing.


Sounds like battle between Uber/Lyft vs drivers, wording, good luck DMR


Thanks. It's actually quite different from that though. We are a union that has already existed for decades with established contracts and precedents that tie to other guilds..
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PostPosted: Thu Sep 23, 2021 8:49 am    Post subject:

@DMR How much a role, if any, does IPTV play in your situation?
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What time does The Morning Show air?
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PostPosted: Thu Sep 23, 2021 9:31 am    Post subject:

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Well folks, sounds like there may be a bit of a slow down in Film and TV Land in the coming months.

It's official. Those of us in IATSE are voting on a Strike Authorization next week. Sounds like it is leaning "YES", as for the first time in decades, all the various Local leaders and the head of IATSE are in solid agreement to move forward with it. What the vote's outcome will be and whether it will lead to an actual strike remains to be seen . . .


I'm keeping a close eye on this as it may affect production plans for my company for a while. I hope you all get what you are aiming for because things are finally starting to loosen up and we have lots of projects we want to put into production in the next 16 months.
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PostPosted: Thu Sep 23, 2021 9:36 am    Post subject:

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What time does The Morning Show air?


I think the new shows on Apple+ all go up at 9pm pacific (midnight east coast).
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@DMR How much a role, if any, does IPTV play in your situation?


Don't know enough about IPTV to say for sure.
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Well folks, sounds like there may be a bit of a slow down in Film and TV Land in the coming months.

It's official. Those of us in IATSE are voting on a Strike Authorization next week. Sounds like it is leaning "YES", as for the first time in decades, all the various Local leaders and the head of IATSE are in solid agreement to move forward with it. What the vote's outcome will be and whether it will lead to an actual strike remains to be seen . . .


I'm keeping a close eye on this as it may affect production plans for my company for a while. I hope you all get what you are aiming for because things are finally starting to loosen up and we have lots of projects we want to put into production in the next 16 months.


It's going to be an interesting several weeks for sure. At this point, we are just looking to met somewhere close to midway.
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