Does the writer#8217;s strike affect your TV habits?

Published 12:00 am Monday, December 3, 2007

For the past month the more than 10,000 members of the Writers Guild of America have been on strike.

It’s the first writers’ strike in 20 years and means only one thing for prime time and late night television viewers: reruns.

The latest talks ended Nov. 30 and no talks are scheduled.

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With so many shows in reruns, are you watching television as much?

“I’ve been watching the reruns. I already know what is going to happen.”

-Rick Sturgill, Ironton

“I’m watching some TV, but I’m usually reading a book.”

-Kassie Delong, Ironton

“I watch all the reruns.”

-Kelli Morgan, Ironton

“I’m not watching much TV. I’m reading.”

-Sally Brownstead, Ironton

“No, we just don’t watch that much, especially reruns.”

-Lisa Shumate, Ashland.