The Writers Guild of America (WGA) said in a statement that union leaders "voted unanimously to lift the restraining order and end the strike".
Its 11,500 members will then vote on whether to approve a three-year deal that offers pay raises and protections around use of artificial intelligence.
Production Guild of Great Britain CEO Lyndsay Duthie said:
"It is welcome news to have confirmation of end of the writers strike. Really hope this paves the way for a good outcome on SAG/AFTRA talks too. The UK as well as globally has been impacted - we all now want to get back to full levels of production, making the world class content we are known for with our talented crews."
Read the WGA Statement HERE