Latest Strike News: November 7

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November 7th, 2007

24 Postponed Indefinitely, Lost to Air Available Episodes

WGA Strike

We're going to do our best to pull together the show and network impacts of the strike on a daily basis.

ABC still plans to air the eight episodes of Lost it has finished.

24 is being pushed back indefinitely.

Big Brother may be rushed into the CBS schedule as early as February.

Filming on NBCs's The Office has stopped.

CBS's The Big Bang Theory, Two and a Half Men and FOX's Til Death and Back To You have gone dark. While How I Met Your Mother, My Name is Earl, Scrubs and Carpoolers are still shooting, says Zap2it.

Ellen is continuing production, while Fox's Back To You and CBS's The New Adventurs of Old Christine and Rules of Engagement have stopped.

All late night shows have shifted into repeats,

CW's Aliens in America, Girlfriends and The Game remain in production, and Everybody hates Chris has wrapped for the season says TVWeek.

An excellent grid from the LA Times showing the status of many television shows.

Some folks think the strike offers a silver lining to some new shows, saving them from cancellation. But only from immediate cancellation until after their fresh episodes run out. I can't believe the strike is doing anything else but delaying the inevitable.

Keep up with all our WGA strike coverage here.

 
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