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Drew Barrymore faced backlash for resuming her talk show amid a writers' strike. 

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She announced the production of the show's fourth season earlier this week. 

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The Writers Guild of America (WGA) strike included her show as a "struck show." 

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Barrymore issued a tearful apology on Instagram, taking full responsibility. 

Drew Barrymore's Shocking Move Amid Writers' Strike!

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Her original video announcement was removed from her social media. 

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She emphasized her decision was not driven by a PR team but personal choice. 

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Barrymore defended her return, citing the pandemic and the show's role. 

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Writers and union members began picketing her production studio in protest. 

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Co-head writer of her show expressed concern about prolonging the strike. 

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The WGA strike seeks increased wages, higher streaming residuals, and job protection from AI.

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