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How is your favorite show affected by the WGA strike?

by Jackie Schnoop, posted Nov 14th 2007 8:24PM
Shows affected by the WGA strikeAs the WGA strike continues, it's not only Letterman and Leno who won't be getting paid. Many shows are already in hiatus or laying off staffers due to production shutdowns.

Show fans are searching high and low trying to find out the status of their favorite shows. Search no more. I researched the web and have compiled the most complete list I can at this time to let you know where your favorite show stands.

Here's the latest list in alphabetical order:

24 -- Production stopped after 8 episodes of 24 completed, will not air until all 24 episodes can be aired in succession.
30 Rock -- Ten episodes of 22 filmed, production shut down. Episode 7 expected on November 27.

A-D
Back to You -- On hiatus.
Big Bang Theory -- On hiatus.
Big Shots -- Nine episodes completed out of 13.
Bionic Woman -- 9 of 13 episodes completed filming.
Bones -- 12 of 22 episodes in the can. Episode 9 will air Nov. 27.
Boston Legal -- 15 episodes completed out of 22.
Brothers and Sisters -- Six episodes left including this week.
Cane -- Entire 13 episode season filmed and expected to air.
Carpoolers -- Entire 13 episode season completed filming.
Cashmere Mafia -- Premiere moved to 2008.
Cavemen -- 12 of 13 season episode season completed filming.
Chuck -- Six completed episodes left.
The Colbert Report -- On hiatus, airing repeats.
Cold Case -- 10 of 24 episodes completed filming.
Criminal Minds -- Six more episodes completed, then ... 12 out of 22 eps filmed.
C.S.I. -- Ten out of 24 episodes filmed.
C.S.I.: Miami -- 13 out of 24 episodes filmed.
C.S.I.: New York -- 14 out of 24 episodes filmed.
The Daily Show with Jon Stewart -- On hiatus, running repeats.
Desperate Housewives -- 9th episode will air December 2, then on hiatus holding back the last show filmed.
Dirt -- Season expected to be truncated.
Dirty Sexy Money -- Six episodes left before zilch, 12 of the 13 episodes completed filming.

E-M
Ellen DeGeneres -- New shows after a one-day hiatus.
Everybody Hates Chris -- Full 22 episode season completed and ready to air.
Family Guy -- Production shut down.
Ghost Whisperer -- 9 episodes out of 22 filmed.
Gossip Girl -- Six episodes to go before shutdown, 13 of 22 episodes completed.
Grey's Anatomy -- 11 of 22 episodes completed, production shut down.
Heroes -- Scripts written through the 11th episode which might serve as season finale December 3.
House -- Five or six completed episodes in can before none.
How I Met Your Mother -- On hiatus.
Jericho -- Seven episode season ready to air.
Jimmy Kimmel Live -- On hiatus, airing repeats.
Journeyman -- Entire 13 episode season filmed.
K-Ville -- 10 of 13 episodes completed, production shut down.
Late Show with David Letterman -- On hiatus, repeats expected throughout strike.
Law and Order: Special Victims Unit -- 14 of 22 episodes completed, production shut down.
Lost -- 8 of 16 episodes completed, still scheduled for a February premiere.
Medium -- Nine of 22 episodes completed filming.
Men in Trees -- 19 episodes filmed, some held back from last season.
My Name is Earl -- Season completed filming.

N-Z
NCIS -- Ten out of 24 episodes filmed.
The New Adventures of Old Christine -- Production shut down.
Nip/Tuck -- 14 episodes filmed, filming on next 8 postponed.
Numb3rs -- 12 out of 24 episodes filmed -- Nov. 23 marks episode 9.
The Office -- On hiatus after cast didn't show up to work. Two or three completed episodes left to air.
Prison Break -- On hiatus until January 14.
Private Practice -- Eleven episodes filmed, production shut down.
Rescue Me -- Production had been scheduled in 2008 for a 22 episode season, status in limbo.
Rules of Engagement -- On hiatus.
Samantha Who? -- Twelve episodes filmed out of 22-ep season.
Saturday Night Live -- On hiatus.
Scrubs -- 11 episodes shot, 12th worked non-WGA, brouhaha as NBC wants that to be finale and creator Bill Lawrence doesn't want to end early.
Shark -- 11 of 22 episodes completed filming.
The Simpsons -- Sitting pretty with 17 completed episodes to go.
Smallville -- 15 of 22 episodes completed.
South Park -- Not WGA, production continues.
Supernatural -- 11 episodes completed filming, five more scripts ready.
'Til Death -- On hiatus.
The Tonight Show with Jay Leno -- On hiatus, repeats expected throughout strike.
Two and A Half Men -- On hiatus as of November 26, production shut down.
Ugly Betty -- 13 out of 24 episodes filmed.

[ Sources for this list include AOL Television, Digital Spy, and TV Envy ]

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Ron Esposito

The "WGA" screwed up the "BEST", "TRUIEST" show on TV today;"24" I hope you jerks are happy!!!!!!!!!!!!!

February 10 2008 at 12:33 AM Report abuse rate up rate down Reply
Deanna

'Journeyman" is an interesting new show this season. Makes you think ... which is rare for show to do!!
Unfortunate that the strike is putting a giant dent in its production and airing.

December 03 2007 at 10:18 PM Report abuse rate up rate down Reply
Thanatos

Why doesn't this list include shows on cable/satellite?

November 23 2007 at 3:15 PM Report abuse rate up rate down Reply
Destiny

OMG! This is so ridiculous...This sucks i don't want to see reruns i want to see new stuff. Can't they be happy that they have fans. This is all about money, apparently they don't care about how we feel, that's what should matter. I mean shouldn't it, fans are the ones that helps the shows keep going. They are just ruining it for us all.

November 21 2007 at 11:19 AM Report abuse rate up rate down Reply
Tosha

What about Pushing Daisies????

November 15 2007 at 1:15 PM Report abuse rate up rate down Reply
Machine

That will pretty much kill Family Guy... I, and many other loyal fans, won't watch the scab episodes and it seems unlikely that MacFarlane is going to want to come back to work with Fox after this. He's the voice of the three main characters on the show! Who wants to watch something not quite as funny with characters who don't quite sound like themselves? :P

November 15 2007 at 12:47 PM Report abuse rate up rate down Reply
kevjohn

Aw man, I hope they come back and finish that last Caveman episode!

November 15 2007 at 11:30 AM Report abuse rate up rate down Reply
Josh

Ausiello at TV Guide already compiled a big, ACCURATE list days ago. Just link to that instead of passing some list off as your own. And if it is your own, you spent a lot of time for nothing. Especially with the inaccuracies.

Like someone said, The Office's last episode is tonight. AND, Family Guy production is NOT shut down! I just read an article yesterday saying that they were producing the show without Seth MacFarlane. As crazy as that is, it's what they're doing.

November 15 2007 at 10:42 AM Report abuse rate up rate down Reply
Akbar Fazil

Oreo, why do you have to be such a rude jerk all the time?

Like I said, what I listed was rumor from what I had heard. You having updated information is great but you could have phrased it a little nicer.

November 15 2007 at 10:29 AM Report abuse rate up rate down Reply
Jeff

TV Guide has a page that they are updating often with how many episodes are left:

http://community.tvguide.com/blog-entry/TVGuide-Editors-Blog/Ausiello-Report/Updated-Strike-Chart/800026937

November 15 2007 at 10:27 AM Report abuse rate up rate down Reply

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