The Drew Barrymore Show’s WGA writers have turned down offers to return after the show nearly resumed without them during the WGA strike.
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- The Drew Barrymore Show writers Chelsea White, Crista Kinon, and Liz Koe will not be returning to the show after it resumed production without WGA writers during the strike.
- Drew Barrymore made the decision to halt the show until the strike ended, but it concluded just a week later.
- The show is now searching for new writers under the new WGA guidelines as it prepares to return on October 16.
The Drew Barrymore Show writers Chelsea White, Crista Kinon, and Liz Koe will not be returning to the talk show. During the Writers Guild of America (WGA) strike, The Drew Barrymore Show came under fire for deciding to resume production without its WGA writers. Following extensive criticism and backlash, Barrymore made the decision to not resume the show until the strike ended, only for it to conclude a week later.
According to The Hollywood Reporter, White, Kinon, and Koe turned down an offer to return to the show, which is slated to return on October 16. The Drew Barrymore Show is now seeking new writers under the new WGA guidelines.
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