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The Walking Dead: The Final Season scribe Mary Kenney starts at the Spider-Man studio in 2019
Skybound begins work on final two episodes with some original team members
Back to the Future, Tales of Monkey Island de-listed, employee health benefits set to end soon
Speaking at Sweden Game Conference 2018, former Telltale narrative designer Emily Grace Buck says it's time for a really serious conversation about potentially starting a union
CEO Ian Howe said reuniting the Telltale team is difficult due to people moving on, and others not wanting to come back
The Walking Dead parent company steps in
UPDATE: Former narrative designer confirms her "skeleton crew" lost their jobs, but "there are still good people at the company"
Third episode is supposedly almost finished, would be completed with the fourth by Telltale vets as contract employees
Disastrous studio collapses are a fixture of the industry - and that won't change until we stop celebrating the brinksmanship of executives
Studio still in talks for avenues to complete season after laying off majority of its workforce last week
But both firms reportedly pulled out the day before the studio was forced to lay off 90% of its staff
Class action lawsuit alleges company violated WARN Act in not providing advance notice of termination
Sources suggest Lionsgate abandoning 'super show' project caused mass layoffs
Clementine's story may yet be finished, but Netflix is looking for other options to make its Stranger Things game
Clementine actor Melissa Hutchison says second episode will be the final one completed
Update: Skeleton crew of 25 will remain as studio faces "majority studio closure"
Kevin Bruner claims Telltale failed to fulfil its obligations to him after he stepped down in 2017
Minecraft: Story Mode will be an interactive five-episode series, but Netflix doesn't have "any plans to get into gaming"
Co-founder Kevin Bruner is strongly criticised by former colleagues complaining of never-ending crunch and stifled creativity
Gary Whitta makes his return as studio prepares to end groundbreaking series on a high
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