Picket Comes Down at Nickelodeon; ‘BrainSurge’ Crew Back to Work

Update: Game-show workers’ walkout ends with a swift and amicable resolution

Update 12:45 p.m.

A union member has contacted TheWrap with news that the strike has ended with amicable results: "The striking crew has agreed to terms and the pick[et] line has come down."


The crew of Nickelodeon children's game show "BrainSurge" went on strike on Friday morning and is picketing in front of Hollywood Center Studios, where the show is taped, the studio's senior VP Tim Mahoney confirms to TheWrap. 

The crew is reportedly seeking a union contract.

Stone & Company Entertainment, the production company for "BrainSurge," had no comment for TheWrap. Calls to the International Alliance of Theatrical Stage Employees (IATSE), which is reportedly representing the crew in the strike, were not immediately returned.

More to come…