‘The Last Of Us’ Reportedly Breaking Season 2 Cast

As production of The Last of Us season 2 is halted due to the WGA strike, showrunners Craig Mazin and Neil Druckmann are showing solidarity with their fellow unionists. Mazin was spotted in the WGA picket line during the first days of the strike. He has not been involved with the show as a writer or producer since the start of the hiatus. Druckmann has also resigned from both functions.

Since both wrote extensively about the first season of The Last of Us, it’s no surprise that there are no scripts for the second season. Until the WGA reaches an agreement with the AMPTP union, which represents major studios and streamers, nothing new material can be written. Hit hard by the rise of streaming, writers are now threatened by AI demanding solutions to both problems, among others. And the WGA strike could be a harbinger of more to come as both SAG-AFTRA and DGA, representing actors and directors respectively, begin their own contract negotiations with studios. Should talks between the groups fail, it would mean a complete standstill for the film and television industry.

Production on other writer-led series, including Netflix’s “Stranger Things” and Disney+’s “Andor,” has been halted in recent days. And at HBO, The Last of Us isn’t the only major production to be halted. With vociferous support from author George RR Martin, Game of Thrones spin-offs House of the Dragon and The Hedge Knight have hit pause.

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