It appears that the 4+ month strike is possibly coming to an end. A meeting is scheduled Saturday for the members of the WGA to go over the proposals in a possible new contract with the Studios, which could lead to a end to the strike by next week.
This means that some of our television shows could go back into production for the remainder of this television season giving us probably about 4 or 5 more episodes of LOST and possibly 7 more episodes of How I Met Your Mother according to Entertainment Weekly on-line.
Variety tells us that the stike ending is by no means a slam dunk,
but things are certainly looking up. If there is an end to the strike next week, (or whenever it does take place) I will look for answers on how many new episodes we can expect from other important shows, especially the fate of television's all time greatest show, Battlestar Galactica. Stay tuned.
Until Next Time, will we find out any new identities of the Oceanic 6 tonight on LOST? That's doubtful, as tonight's episode is supposed to give us a look at the past of the "rescuers". When we do find out more about the Oceanic 6, however, I am anticipating, as are others, I've been told, that Claire and Aaron will be among them. Why? Because Desmond told Charlie he saw them getting on a helicopter, and that's enough for me to make the prediction. Either way, enjoy tonight's episode, and I'm sure I'll have some thoughts on it tomorrow.
Thursday, February 7, 2008
Good News on the Writer's Strike Front?
Posted by Josh Man at 3:58 PM
Labels: LOST, news, Oceanic 6, Season 4, writers strike
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