My interest has been piqued lately by a story that’s been making the rounds of various geek culture news websites. BleedingCool and ScreenRant have both reported that producers of CW’s forthcoming Superman and Lois TV series have chosen not to renew the contract of writer Nadria Tucker. According to IMDB.com, Tucker’s previous TV credits include one episode of the TV show Underground, and 11 episodes of SyFy’s Krypton series. She tweeted, “…I got word that my contract on Superman and Lois won't be extended, my services no longer needed…” In a contract labor environment, indefinite employment is not guaranteed; quite the opposite, in fact. It is only assured for the duration of the contract – six months, one year, whatever BOTH parties have agreed to. So it sounds as if Tucker took the job knowing there was no guarantee she would remain on staff. For a first year program, I... More
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