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Drew Barrymore criticized for resuming her show during Hollywood strikes

Although the actors and writers have tried to stay together for more than three months to put pressure on the studios, drew Barrymore reported that he will resume his talk show ‘The Drew Barrymore Show’, which has generated indignation towards other actors and the unions.

“I made the decision to stay away from the MTV Awards because I was the presenter and I had a direct conflict with what the strike was about, which were the studios, the streamers, film and television. It was also the first week of the strike, so I did what I thought was appropriate at the time to show solidarity with the writers. And to be clear, our talk show ended on April 20th.

However, I am also making the decision to return for the first time in this strike for our show, which may have my name on it, but this is bigger than just me. I own this choice. We comply by not discussing or promoting movies and television shows that are shocking of any kind,” the actress said on her Instagram account.

After the ‘Charlie’s Angels’ star reported that his show will be restarted, the Hollywood Writers Guild argued that he is violating strike rules.

‘The Drew Barrymore Show’ is a WGA-covered show that plans to return without its writers. The Guild has held and will continue to hold rallies at the shows that are in production during the strike. Any writing on The Drew Barrymore Show violates the WGA strike rules.

This show is scheduled to return to air starting September 16 on CBS Media.

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