UPDATE: I’m told the TV showrunners are meeting in small groups today, tomorrow and next week to discuss the WGA strike. Here’s my account of the their big confab that took place earlier. “Tomorrow is one of many small meetings to give access and succor to and from the negotiating committee,” a showrunner tells me. “Resolve is still strong, but no more large group free-for-alls. These have the illusion of being discreet and private.” I’ll have more to say about this later…

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