Matt Belloni, editorial director of the Hollywood Reporter, joins Kim Masters to discuss top entertainment news stories of the week.
- There's no writers strike this time around and members of the WGA were able to get the studio to meet many of their demands, including parental leave and a shortened hold time for TV seasons with fewer episodes.
- The television industry is still in the middle of a disruption. As more and more customers cut the cable cord and Hulu announced a new streaming service, traditional media stocks have been down.
- Netflix adds additional warning cards to its series 13 Reasons Why. The show, set in a high school, has explicit scenes involving sexual assault and suicide. Some parents and schools have expressed concern about the show being marketed to young people.