The writers' strike has meant reruns, reality and rancor. How will things change now that the strike is over? We talk with Variety's Joe Adalian about the deal and what it means for Hollywood, TV audiences and movie-goers. Plus, analyst Roger Smith on when the digital pie that writers want a piece of will actually be out of the oven.
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