Renegotiating contracts with streaming platforms is one of the demands at the heart of the strike that is paralyzing Hollywood
The Breaking Bad actors don’t get anything for streaming the series on Netflix. This is what they revealed while participating in a demonstration in support of the strike movement affecting the Hollywood film sector.
Request from the Canadian version of“Entertainment Weekly.”Aaron Paul, who plays Jesse Pinkman on the hit series, expressed his lack of understanding. “To be completely honest, I don’t get a dime from Netflix for Breaking Bad. It’s crazy to me. The series lives forever on these platforms. (…) I think a lot of these broadcasters know that they have “We’ve gotten away with not paying people what they’re worth, and it’s time to do it. That’s one of the things we’re fighting for.”
Renegotiating contracts with streaming platforms such as Netflix is one of the demands at the heart of the strike that has paralyzed Hollywood for months.