Hollywood screenwriters' union agrees to end strike

The Writers Guild of America (WGA) called off its nearly five-month strike on Tuesday night, SIA refers to foreign media.

The union said its members could return to work on Wednesday as it moves to ratify a new three-year contract with Hollywood studios.

Leaders of the WGA "voted unanimously to lift the restraining order and end the strike as of 12:01 am PT/3:01 am ET on Wednesday, September 27th," it said in a statement.

The writers will still have to ratify the deal, but will now be permitted to work in the meantime. The WGA said its members have until October 9 to vote on the contract.

The WGA represents more than 11,000 screenwriters.

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