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  • The Writers' Strike is Over . . . . Now Where are My Shows?

    Now that the writers' strike is a thing of the past, the Associated Press speculates on when your favorite TV shows will be back on the air, if at all.

    _ Many hit series (such as ABC's "Desperate Housewives" and "Grey's Anatomy," as well as CBS' "CSI" trio) will be back this spring for what's left of the current season, with anywhere from four to seven new episodes. But don't bet on weaker, "on-the-bubble" shows (NBC's "Bionic Woman" and CBS' "Moonlight," for example) returning until fall, if then.

    _ And be prepared to muster a little more patience. A minimum of four weeks will be needed for producers to get the first post-strike episode of comedies (such as CBS' "Two and a Half Men" and NBC's "My Name Is Earl") started from scratch and back on the air; a drama will require six to eight weeks from concept to broadcast.

    But there's no simple rule of thumb, added these TV execs, most of whom agreed to speak only on condition of anonymity because they are not authorized to talk to the media. Every show is its own special case.
    Other shows, including ABC's "Dirty Sexy Money" and NBC's "Chuck," also aren't expected until fall. And Fox's "24" is unlikely to be back until early 2009.
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      oh man, and dustin and i STILL haven't caught up with all the shows on our DVR
      Will there be screams when the sun sets,
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        Re: The Writers' Strike is Over . . . . Now Where are My Shows?

        February 19, 2008

        After the strike: When are your favorite shows coming back?

        The latest word on what's coming back, when, and how many new episodes are planned:

        http://www.usatoday.com/life/televis...terstitialskip
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          Re: The Writers' Strike is Over . . . . Now Where are My Shows?

          Can't wait!

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            Re: The Writers' Strike is Over . . . . Now Where are My Shows?

            Many of the shows won't be back til next season.
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