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Old 11-09-07, 07:25 PM
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Remaining episodes left list for most popular TV shows this season

Here's a pretty comprehensive list of lots of popular TV shows and how many episodes are left before they call it a season. courtesy of TV Guide.


http://community.tvguide.com/blog-en...Long/800026937

30 Rock: Ten episodes will be produced. Five episodes have aired, so there are five left.

Back to You: Nine episodes will be produced. Six episodes have aired, so there are three left.

Bionic Woman: Roughly nine episodes will be produced. Six episodes have aired, so there are three left.

Bones: Twelve episodes will be produced. Six episodes have aired, so there are six left.

Boston Legal: Fifteen episodes will be produced. Six episodes have aired, so there are nine left.

Brothers & Sisters: Twelve episodes will be produced. Six episodes have aired, so there are six left.

Chuck: Thirteen episodes will be produced. Seven episodes have aired, so there are six left.

CSI: NY: Fourteen episodes will be produced. Seven episodes have aired, so there are seven left.

Desperate Housewives: Ten episodes will be produced. Six episodes have aired, so there are four left.

Dirty Sexy Money: Eleven episodes will be produced. Six episodes have aired, so there are five left.

Friday Night Lights: Fifteen episodes will be produced. The sixth episode airs tonight, Nov. 9, so there are nine left.

Gossip Girl: Thirteen episodes will be produced. Seven episodes have aired, so there are six left.

Grey's Anatomy: Eleven episodes will be produced. Seven episodes have aired, so there are four left.

Heroes: Twelve episodes will be produced. Seven episodes have aired, so there are five left.

House: Twelve episodes will be produced. Six episodes have aired, so there are six left.

Jericho: Seven episodes will be produced. None have aired yet, so there are seven episodes left.

Law & Order: SVU: Fourteen episodes will be produced. Six episodes have aired, so there are eight left.

Lost: Eighth episodes will be produced. None have aired yet, so there eight episodes left.

Medium: Nine episodes will be produced. None have aired yet, so there are nine episodes left.

Men in Trees: Nineteen episodes will be produced. The fifth episode airs tonight, Nov. 9, so there are 14 left.

Numbers: Twelve episodes will be produced. The seventh episodes airs tonight, Nov. 9, so there are five left.

The Office: Twelve half-hour episodes will be produced. Eleven half-hour episodes have aired, so there is one half-hour episode left.

Prison Break: Thirteen episodes will be produced. Seven episodes have aired, so there are six left.

Private Practice: Ten or 11 episodes will be produced. Six episodes have aired, so there are four or five left.

Pushing Daisies: Nine episodes will be produced. Five episodes have aired, so there are four left.

Reaper: Ten to 12 episodes will be produced. Seven episodes have aired, so there are three to five left.

Samantha Who?: Twelve episodes will be produced. Four episodes have aired, so there are eight left.

Scrubs: Twelve episodes will be produced. Three episodes have aired, so there are nine left.

Shark: Eleven episodes will be produced. Six episodes have aired, so there are five left.

Smallville: Fifteen episodes will be produced. Seven episodes have aired, so there are eight left.

Supernatural: Ten to 12 episodes will be produced. Six episodes have aired, so there are four to six left.

Ugly Betty: Twelve or 13 episodes will be produced. Seven episodes have aired, so there are five or six left.

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Old 11-09-07, 07:59 PM
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I want to cry, can I cry?
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I'm pretty sure that doesn't approach being most TV shows. The interior "popular" label is more accurate. I say that not just to pick but because I'd love to know about many shows not listed. How many more episodes of The Unit will there be? Nip/Tuck (I hope it's done)?

I can mention that according to what I heard on NPR one day this week, The Shield finished shooting its series finale during the first day or two of the strike.
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Dang...our seasons are starting to look like UK shows!
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Originally Posted by Jimmy James
Nip/Tuck (I hope it's done)?
The first 14 episodes of Nip/Tuck have already been produced. FX is good for that until the end of February.

The last 8 episodes of season five won't start till fall 2008.
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Originally Posted by John Slider
I want to cry, can I cry?
I'll cry along with you....my Thurs nights will be dull and boring when the fresh Smallville episodes run their course.
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Originally Posted by jpdude
I'll cry along with you....my Thurs nights will be dull and boring when the fresh Smallville episodes run their course.
Wasn't this supposed to be the last season for Smallville? So what are they going to do now? Bring it back next year to wrap it up after the strike is settled?

Or could these shows resume their seasons later this year if the strike is settled?
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I hope how soon they settle the strike. If they don't, our TV will be over runned by those damn reality shows. I guess then I can catch up on shows I haven't watched before on DVD.
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Originally Posted by Jimmy James
I'm pretty sure that doesn't approach being most TV shows. The interior "popular" label is more accurate. I say that not just to pick but because I'd love to know about many shows not listed. How many more episodes of The Unit will there be? Nip/Tuck (I hope it's done)?

I can mention that according to what I heard on NPR one day this week, The Shield finished shooting its series finale during the first day or two of the strike.
You sir are correct....The "Popular" label is more accurate. From what I have read, Nip/Tuck will get 14 episodes in the can....which is the usual amount for a typical season.
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Originally Posted by calhoun07
Wasn't this supposed to be the last season for Smallville? So what are they going to do now? Bring it back next year to wrap it up after the strike is settled?

Or could these shows resume their seasons later this year if the strike is settled?
The Producers of Smallville were expecting at least 1 more season after this one is done. However, there are rumors that Michael Rosenbaum is done after this season. Alfred Gough and Miles Millar also said that Episode 15 (the final finished episode this season) will also be a cliffhanger.
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Given that most shows usually go into basically a "holiday haitus" and show a lot of reruns during the last 6 weeks or so of any given year, we really won't see the strike's real effect on most of these shows until 2008.
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Originally Posted by DJariya
The Producers of Smallville were expecting at least 1 more season after this one is done. However, there are rumors that Michael Rosenbaum is done after this season. Alfred Gough and Miles Millar also said that Episode 15 (the final finished episode this season) will also be a cliffhanger.
Michael Rosenbaum is consistently the best part of the show. That would suck if he was out. How can you have it with out Lex?
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This doesn't say anything about Journeyman, either, which I personally love. I have a feeling it might not come back at all when the strike is over.
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The good news out of this is that Friday Night Lights may get a boost from this with so many new shows left compared to other series.

But ONE Office?!?!
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Originally Posted by JuryDuty
But ONE Office?!?

The reason there is less Office is because they have more episodes written (I think) but they can't film because a good deal of the actors are also writers and are striking.
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My Name is Earl isn't listed?!?
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Originally Posted by dhmac
Given that most shows usually go into basically a "holiday haitus" and show a lot of reruns during the last 6 weeks or so of any given year, we really won't see the strike's real effect on most of these shows until 2008.
If the strike is settled before Thanksgiving, I wonder if the studios will be able to get actors to show up during the holiday season to prevent a lapse.

Probably not, and it probably won't matter since I'm sure the strike will run until shows start running out. The producers really don't have any incentive to do anything until the original programming is gone, viewership drops, advertisers put pressure on networks, and networks put pressure on producers.
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Originally Posted by calhoun07
Wasn't this supposed to be the last season for Smallville? So what are they going to do now? Bring it back next year to wrap it up after the strike is settled?

Or could these shows resume their seasons later this year if the strike is settled?
Pretty much the same thing is happening with "ER"...
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Bummer about Heroes. I'm hoping Dexter will finish out it's entire season.

http://seriouslyomg.com/?p=6434

If anyone is interested that link has a list that adds in other channels like HBO, Showtime, etc. I guess the LA Times put together that entire list.
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Wow, i hope this strike thing is settled becuase i will be seriously pissed that i have to wait all the way till Feb for the 4th season of Lost and get only a 8 ep season from thier already sliced down 16.
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If we only get 8 episodes of Lost next year, and not the planned arc of 16 episodes like we wanted and expected, I will be upset and disappointed... and that's the 'light' version of how I will react. The Writers deserve their compensation - though I hope this strike ends soon.
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i bet yesteryear's B grade celebs will be lining up for crappy reality shows

Hot on the heels of Scott baio 45 and single and the two corey , we will get shows featuring

Tina Yothers
Jaleel White
Dirk benedict
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I'm a little confused.

When the list says, "Fourteen episodes will be produced" or "Ten episodes will be produced", does that mean that those are episodes that are all done and ready to air? The way that's worded, it sounds as if they have the scripts, but have not filmed them yet. If that is the case, things are much worse. As we've seen this past week, show after show is going dark and shooting is not happeneing, even with completed scripts.

We're not going to have anyting except what is complete right now.
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Originally Posted by CreamyGoodness
I'm a little confused.

When the list says, "Fourteen episodes will be produced" or "Ten episodes will be produced", does that mean that those are episodes that are all done and ready to air? The way that's worded, it sounds as if they have the scripts, but have not filmed them yet. If that is the case, things are much worse. As we've seen this past week, show after show is going dark and shooting is not happeneing, even with completed scripts.

We're not going to have anyting except what is complete right now.
Yes.

Like for example Prison Break are going on hiatus after this Monday's episode until January and then returns for episode 9-13, which i think is a very good idea as by the time episode 13 rolls around three and a half months would've gone by and that is plenty of time to resolve the strike and finish off the rest of the season.
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The shows that are shutting down are making the news, the ones that are producing the completed scripts they have are not.

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