Strike

office cast - cast members for the office
Canada
November 15, 2007 11:05am CST
Does anyone know how the writers strike will effect the show?
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• United States
16 Nov 07
The last new episode of the office aired last night (November 15th) so we'll be seeing reruns from now until the strike is over. Let's hope it's not too terribly long!
• United States
24 Nov 07
I feel myself going into a deep derpression with no new office epsisodes.... LOL http://bassinblog.richlindgren.com
25 Nov 07
i'm really worried about this one too! nooo! i know greg daniels is one of the most vocal producers speaking out for the WGA. b.j. novak as well. so outlook not so good on any office soon. apparently no real negotiations until 2008.
25 Nov 07
i'm really worried about this one too! nooo! i know greg daniels is one of the most vocal producers speaking out for the WGA. b.j. novak as well. so outlook not so good on any office soon. apparently no real negotiations until 2008.
• United States
18 Nov 07
On the other hand, it is possible with the strike that they would extend the seasons of shows a few weeks into the summer. I thought that shows like the Tonight Show and the Daily Show would be most effective because they refer to events that happened in the last 1-3 days, but that nonfiction shows would have a lag of a few weeks because they may have been recorded earlier or maybe they would have written them several weeks out. However, even though the script is basically writen, there are revisions that happen during the shoot. Not everything works when it goes from paper to being acted out so the writers are always tweaking things.
@kykidd (6824)
• United States
15 Nov 07
That's correct. It is my understanding that tonight, Nov 15th is the last night for a new episode. So after that we will be watching reruns. Or maybe they will put Holiday specials in their place. That would be a nice change.