SAG-AFTRA reveals they are mulling over the “Last, Best, and Final Offer” from studios after 114 days of striking and multiple negotiation attempts.
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- SAG-AFTRA has received a new offer from studios, termed as their “Last, Best, and Final Offer.”
- The actors guild is currently reviewing and considering their response to the offer.
- SAG-AFTRA aims to address their concerns before accepting the offer from the studios.
With over three months already under their belts, SAG-AFTRA has been presented with a deal from studios said to be the “Last, Best, and Final Offer.” The actors guild has been on strike since July, starting shortly after the Writers Guild of America, in the hopes of fighting for better pay for their members and establish a more structured system to determine residuals from streaming platforms.
After a week of negotiations between the two groups, the official SAG-AFTRA Twitter account has offered an update on their strike talks with the Alliance of Motion Picture and Television Producers.
The post, as seen above, reveals that the actors guild have been presented with a new offer from the studios, which is being characterized as their “Last, Best, and Final Offer.” SAG-AFTRA is not jumping on this just yet, however, with the post also confirming that they are “reviewing and considering” how they will respond to the offer in regard to whether it satisfies their various concerns.