Which shows will return as writers’ strike ends?
Due to the possibility of the strike ending next month, some TV shows could return to air soon.
The tentative agreement will not affect a parallel strike by actors that began in July.
What’s next? Here’s what we know. It is likely that The Last of Us, Billions, Stranger Things, The Handmaid’s Tale, Hacks, Severance, Yellowjackets, and Abbott Elementary will regain their writers.
It is likely that not all actors will be able to resume shooting immediately due to the ongoing actors’ strike.
Daytime and late-night talk shows will probably be the first TV shows to return to the air.
Primetime chat show hosts Jimmy Kimmel, Jimmy Fallon, Stephen Colbert, and Seth Meyers can now resume their shows. It is possible for some of them to return to air as early as October.
The Drew Barrymore Show, The Jennifer Hudson Show, and The Talk are also expected to resume soon.
Variety reported that “their productions would all be in shape.”. “They brought back their crew for those shows. They should be set to go pretty quickly when they decide to go.”
Due to the actors’ strike and the complicated logistics of restarting large-scale productions, TV dramas and comedies will take longer to return.