SAN FRANCISCO (KGO) -- The ongoing Writers Guild of America strike has stalled production on several shows, but the bosses at "Jeopardy!" say they plan on the game show returning for its 40th season in September.
Controversially, they're considering featuring clues that were previously on the show.
In response, one of the most famous and most successful players in the show's history says she is boycotting "Jeopardy!"
In a tweet, Amy Schneider said she will not be appearing on the show in the current climate, saying she will not "be participating in any Jeopardy productions that don't use new clues written by their amazing, unionized writers under a fair, collectively bargained contract."
Schneider joined ABC7's "Getting Answers" to talk about why she's taking a stand on the issue, and her latest literary endeavor.
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