If the WGA strike ends Tuesday, when will your favorite shows return?

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Hey all…

TVThe WGA membership is voting on the updated agreements on Tuesday it seems. This should be good for all of us viewers should the majority approve it.

If that happens, TV Guide has been nice enough to put up a list of when our favorite shows will return…

Check it out here: @TV Guide

Have to say I’m most excited about:

The Big Bang Theory
Expected to shoot 5 to 7 new episodes to air in April/May.

Bones
Four pre-strike episodes left. Unclear whether additional episodes will be produced for this season.

Chuck
No new episodes until fall.

CSI
Expected to shoot 4 to 7 new episodes to air in April/May.

CSI: NY
Expected to shoot 4 to 7 new episodes to air in April/May.

Heroes (though I saw a note today that makes me wonder about new eps until next fall)
TBD.

House
Expected to shoot 4 to 6 new episodes to air in April/May.

Life (the fact that it’s not cancelled yet is encouraging)
No new episodes expected until fall.

NCIS
Expected to shoot 5 to 7 new episodes, only three of which may air this season.

Numbers
Expected to shoot 5 to 7 new episodes, only three of which may air this season.

Reaper
Three pre-strike episodes remain. Future beyond that TBD.

Supernatural
Two pre-strike episodes remain. Expected to shoot 3 to 5 additional episodes to air in April/May.

Two and a Half Men
Expected to shoot 5 to 7 new episodes to air in April/May.

Hopefully that gives the rest of us some hope to salvage what’s left of the TV season. 🙂

–Fitz

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Comments

  1. @Jason – Unfortunately I haven’t seen any information about when Two and a Half Men will end. I’ve been enjoying its sarcastic bite, and hope it continues until they find a reasonable stopping point. (For example, a graceful exit would be when Charlie’s brother actually gets a place of his own for good!)

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