SAG-AFTRA Issues No Work Order For Esquire's 'Knife Fight'
The union tells members not to appear on the show, which it says has refused to sign a collective bargaining agreement.
SAG-AFTRA issued a No Work order on Esquire’s Knife Fight, an announcement on the union’s web page indicated Monday afternoon. The show is produced by Authentic Entertainment, which has refused to sign a collective bargaining agreement, according to the union. Members are prohibited from accepting work on the show or appearing as guests.
Authentic declined to comment.
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