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(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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