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The Writers Guild of America strike is entering Week 9, and more and more reruns are populating our screens as networks run out of new material.
The core issue, of course, is that screenwriters want a bigger cut of DVD sales and Internet downloads. But until writers and major studios can come to an agreement, viewers will just have to sit idly by as favourite shows dwindle into an abyss of nothingness. (Can you tell I’m seriously bummed?)
Here’s an update of how many new episodes of series are left, courtesy of our friends at TVGuide.com. (Note: not all shows are included, since some information wasn’t available at press time.)
Originally posted by tetsujin420
IMO this will be a good thing! Now don't get me wrong I love some shows (House, Heroes) but with out T.V. people will FINALY get off the freaking coutch and break our addictions to the "brain melter". I for one will embrace this as a good thing!
Originally posted by AccessDenied
I rarely watch TV.So this is no biggie for me.Go to the library guys.Expand your mind a bit more.
Originally posted by PrplHrt
reply to post by chissler
This is what books are for. Pick one up and surprise yourself. Time will cease to exist. You'll be immersed in another world and living an adventure you never dreamed of before.
Television: The worst thing to happen to man in his entire history.
Books: The best thing to happen to man in his entire history.
Originally posted by Essedarius
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