NEW YORK – Writers Guild of America's East Coast branch is accusing a television network and a production company of violating the agreement that ended the Hollywood writers' three-month strike.
The union says replacement writers hired during the strike were allowed to keep working at the ABC soap opera "All My Children" and Corday Productions' "Days Of Our Lives."
ABC didn't immediately respond to a message seeking comment Tuesday evening. Corday Productions representatives couldn't immediately be reached.
The union says that under the Feb. 11 agreement, no replacement writer hired during the strike can stay if a striking writer chooses to return to work.