Drew Barrymore’s talk show, ‘The Drew Barrymore Show,’ will no longer resume following backlash. Barrymore initially announced that the show would return amid the Writers Guild of America (WGA) strike, but received criticism for not complying with the strike. She has now decided to pause the show’s premiere until the strike is over, apologizing to those she has hurt and expressing hope for a resolution in the industry. CBS Media Ventures also supports Barrymore’s decision.
Drew Barrymore Will No Longer Resume Talk Show Following Backlash
In a surprising turn of events, Drew Barrymore has decided not to resume her talk show following widespread backlash. The show was initially set to return amid the ongoing Writers Guild of America strike, but Barrymore faced criticism for not complying with the strike. In a heartfelt message on social media, she announced the decision to pause the show’s premiere until the strike is over. Barrymore expressed her deepest apologies to those she has hurt and hopes for a resolution in the industry soon. CBS Media Ventures also supports her decision.
Backlash and Decision to Pause the Show
Barrymore faced significant backlash for her initial announcement to resume the show during the Writers Guild of America strike. The WGA even picketed outside her show in protest. However, after listening to the criticism and considering the impact on the industry, Barrymore made the decision to pause the show’s premiere. She acknowledged her mistakes and apologized to those she has hurt, including her incredible team who works on the show.
Support from CBS Media Ventures
CBS Media Ventures, the company behind ‘The Drew Barrymore Show,’ expressed their support for Barrymore’s decision to pause the show’s return. They understand the complexity and difficulty of the situation and stand by Barrymore’s choice. The support from CBS Media Ventures highlights the importance of unity and solidarity during times of industry strikes and challenges.