Here’s a list of TV shows and movies that were reported to be affected by the WGA Writers Strike in May 2023:

  1. Late-night shows: ABC’s “Jimmy Kimmel Live,” CBS’ “The Late Show,” NBC’s “Tonight” and “Late Night” are all going on hiatus and repeats will be shown. HBO will also cease live production of “Real Time with Bill Maher” and “Last Week Tonight” with John Oliver. Comedy Central’s “The Daily Show” is also on hiatus.
  2. Abbott Elementary: The writers room for the third season of Emmy-darling “Abbott Elementary” has closed.
  3. AMC Shows: Scripts for AMC’s Anne Rice series and their “Walking Dead” spinoff shows are done, but no production has started.
  4. American Dad/Family Guy: The teams behind the long-running adult animated comedies “American Dad” and “Family Guy” have walked off the job in support of the strike.
  5. Andor: Showrunner Tony Gilroy has ceased all activities on the Disney+ show.
  6. Big Mouth: The Netflix animated series was six weeks into writing the 8th and final season of the show.
  7. Blade: Marvel has shut down pre-production on the vampire reboot “Blade,” which is set to star Mahershala Ali as the titular vampire hunter.
  8. Cobra Kai: “Cobra Kai” closed its writers room for season 6.
  9. Evil: Production on Season 4 of the Paramount+ series wrapped earlier than anticipated.
  10. Good Omens: Neil Gaiman, the creator of “Good Omens,” is on strike.
  11. Gutfeld!: Fox News Channel will continue to broadcast new shows of Greg Gutfeld’s talk show program.
  12. House of the Dragon: All of the scripts for the second season of “Game of Thrones” spinoff “House of the Dragon” have been turned in, and executive producer Ryan Condal remains working on the series in a non-writing capacity.
  13. Jeopardy!: Mayim Bialik is stepping away from her hosting duties of the long-running game show “Jeopardy!” in support of the strike.
  14. MTV Movie Awards: Host Drew Barrymore exited her role as host for the MTV Movie Awards.
  15. Rap Sh!t: Production on the second season of the Issa Rae series wrapped in April.
  16. The Rings of Power: “The Lord of the Rings: The Rings of Power” will move forward with production on the second season amid the ongoing WGA strike, but the Amazon Prime Video show will not be using the services of executive producers J.D. Payne and Patrick McKay.
  17. Saturday Night Live: The live sketch show has gone dark in support of the writers strike.
  18. Stranger Things: “Stranger Things” creators the Duffer brothers shared a statement that production would not move forward on the Netflix series until an agreement is reached between the WGA and AMPTP.
  19. The Talk: The daily talk show “The Talk” will not be filming. However, previously recorded new episodes scheduled to air will remain on the schedule.
  20. The Upshaws: Production on the Netflix sitcom “The Upshaws” has been suspended during the writers strike.
  21. Yellowjackets: Co-creator of the series “Yellowjackets,” Ashley Lyle, tweeted that all progress on writing for season 3 of the Showtime drama has halted after exactly one day of progress. She expressed excitement to get back to work as soon as the WGA gets a fair deal.

Please note that this list is based on the information provided in the Variety article and may not be exhaustive.

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