The Writers Guild and the Alliance of Motion Picture and Television Producers (AMPTP) are continuing their talks today and are likely to finalize a three-year contract, according to the L.A. Times
. The guild leaders are reportedly going to present the deal to thousands of writers in New York and Los Angeles on Saturday. The board could approve the deal on Sunday, having the writers back to work as early as Monday. The strike has been in effect since November 5th.