5 Popular TV Shows Impacted By Writers & Actors Strikes

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Abbott Elementary Season 3 As per reports, the popular comedy, Abbott Elementary was supposed to get into pre-production and scripting on May 2, however, the schedule was then cancelled putting the show on pause for a while.

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Andor Season 2 After a critically and commercially successful first season, hopes were high for the second season of Andor, before Tony Gilroy, creator, showrunner, and executive producer ceased all non-writing duties for the upcoming season. Gilroy was accused of  “scabbing” during the strike, forcing him to put out the statement.

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Cobra Kai Final Season Over the years, Cobra Kai has gained a cult-like following among the Karate Kid fandom for its mature writing. However, it looks like fans might have to hold their breath for a little longer for the final season as co-creator Jon Hurwitz tweeted on May 2, “Pencils down in the Cobra Kai writer's room. No writers on set. These aren’t fun times, but it’s unfortunately necessary.”

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Daredevil: Born Again Similarly, excitement for Marvel’s Daredevil reboot was at an all-time high before production was shit in New York back in June. While there’s no official confirmation yet, reports suggest that filming won’t be resumed until the strike is over.

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House of the Dragon Season 2 Facing a similar limbo is HBO’s House of the Dragon S2, whose scripts were locked in before the strike began. While reports of filming have despite the strike have made their way to the headlines, credible sources do suggest that filming was promptly shut after backlash.

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