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|Rick||Oct 7 2007, 01:44 AM|
(CNN) -- If the 11,000 writers influenced by the Writers Guild of America do go on strike, expect your favorite soap operas and late-night talkers to feel the effects first. |
In the case of soaps, which provide 42.5 hours of original programming each week, there are only two weeks worth of episodes in the can, ready for airing in case of a strike.
"No matter what happens, you will see a huge impact on what's on network airwaves if there's a strike, They won't go blank, but it'll be something to see."
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