2020 TV/Theatrical Contracts Highlights

"2020 TV/Theatrical Contract" in black with dark yellow and yellow paint brush design

SAG-AFTRA achieved unprecedented increases in residuals in the fastest-growing category, secured ground-breaking protections for members in the areas of nudity, simulated sex and sexual harassment, and strengthened our benefit plans. The board approved the tentative agreement by a super majority and recommends members vote “yes” to ratify the contracts.

 

SAG-AFTRA President Gabrielle Carteris Encourages Members to Vote

Carteris in white turtle neck and circle glasses in front of windows with a yellow "Vote YES" with black text in the top right corner and 2020 TV/Theatrical logo in bottom right corner

SAG-AFTRA President Gabrielle Carteris highlights the new TV/Theatrical agreement, including gains in residuals, benefits, background roles and sexual harassment protections. Along with the SAG-AFTRA National Board, she's encouraging members to Vote Yes.

 

Get The Facts with Alec Baldwin

Alec Baldwin and Gabrielle Carteris discuss the 2020 TV/Theatrical Contracts

Alec Baldwin and Gabrielle Carteris discuss the 2020 TV/Theatrical Contracts

 

SAG-AFTRA President Gabrielle Carteris on Why She's Voting Yes​

Carteris in front of green foliage smiling. "VOTE YES" in white text in a black circle in the top right corner and White 2's and gold brush stroke 0's written out in 2020 with "TV?Theatrical Contracts" in white below in bottom right corner

SAG-AFTRA President Gabrielle Carteris highlights gains in wages, residuals, benefits and sexual harassment protections in the new TV/Theatrical agreement and encourages members to cast their vote.

 

2020 TV/Theatrical Contracts: Streaming and Syndication

"Record Breaking" in white font, font-size small. "$318 Million" on line 2 in black font, font-size large. "Deal" on line 3 in white, font-size small. All centered on yellow and mustard textured background.

We’re staying focused on the future and so is our new $318 MILLION TV/Theatrical agreement. Let’s keep #Streamingforward #sagaftramembers #Contracts2020

 

NextGen Performers: Vote Yes for Streaming Residuals

McLoughlin left third in forest green, Whitehair centered in blue button up and Solis right third in white and grey baseball t-shirt. VOTE Yes circle in bottom left with 2020 TV/TH logo in bototm right

SAG-AFTRA NextGen Performers Elizabeth McLoughlin, Rudy Solis and Ben Whitehair discuss the significant gains in streaming residuals in the new TV/Theatrical agreement and why they are voting “yes”.

 

Making Sets Safer

Hurd in pink button up with yellow and orange pillows behind her with a light green wall.

SAG-AFTRA members Chantal Cousineau, Kelly Hansen and Michelle Hurd discuss the stronger protections for performers doing nude and simulated sex scenes, the powerful new language around sexual harassment, and why they are voting “yes” to ratify the new TV/Theatrical Agreement.

 

Money in Your Pocket

Bonilla in pink top on a blue background

SAG-AFTRA members Michelle Bonilla, Avis Boone and Mike Pniewski discuss the real world improvements in wages, benefits and streaming residuals, and why they are voting “yes” to ratify the new TV/Theatrical Agreement.

 

The Groundwork for the Future

Two rows of thumbnails with 2020 TV/Theatrical logo across the bottom. Row 1 L-R: Rothman, George, Loren. Row 2, L-R: Hurd, Kusatsu and Vote Yes graphic in bottom right with black circle and white text on a yellow background

The 2020 TV/Theatrical contracts are not about the past, they’re about the future. These SAG-AFTRA members should know, they helped negotiate the tentative agreement. Vote “yes” to ratify the huge gains in these contracts.

Help Center

On-Set Emergency

On-Set Emergency: (844) 723-3773

Help Center

How can we help? Call, chat with a rep, get answers to FAQs or send us an email.