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A Silver Lining to the Writers Strike

What You Should Have Read, Nov. 16, 2007

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TV Shows See Strike as a Second Chance
The New York Times finds a silver lining in the writers strike. Shows that may have been in danger of cancellation in a normal TV season will likely get to finish showing all of the episodes that have been ordered and paid for. And with stronger shows in repeats, a show like NBC's "Journeyman", CBS' "Cane" or ABC's "Big Shots" might find more of an audience than they would have. And midseason shows such as ABC's "Lost" and "Cashmere Mafia" and Fox's "The Sarah Connor Chronicles" might fare better as well.
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