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A Jokeless Grammys Show?

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A Jokeless Grammys Show?

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A Jokeless Grammys Show?

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The Writers Guild of America says it would not grant a waiver to allow members to work on the Feb. 10 Grammys ceremony, but some writers may still be willing to write a joke or two.

Meanwhile, studios are cancelling contracts for the TV season.

Alex Cohen gets an update from Entertainment Weekly senior writer Lynette Rice.

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