Drew Barrymore Reverses Decision to Bring Back Talk Show Amid Strikes


The talk show host’s statement received a largely positive response, including from the Writers Guild of America, East. The union commented, “Thank you Drew” and also shared her post on their own page.

CBS Media Ventures, which distributes The Drew Barrymore Show, told The New York Times in Sept. 17 statement that the company supported the actress’ decision and understood “how complex and difficult this process has been for her.”

Meanwhile, reruns of The Drew Barrymore Show will air for the foreseeable future, a person with knowledge of the matter told Variety, while episodes that were taped last week when the show went back into production will not be broadcast.

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