This fall’s television season looked a lot different with the combined Writers Guild of America and Screen Actors Guild strikes. With no scripted shows in production, broadcasters used games shows, reality TV, encores and foreign series to fill the gaps. That’s about to end as the Screen Actors Guild called off their strike.
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The networks geared up writers rooms when the WGA strike ended and now that actors can go back to work, most networks are planning to have new shows on after the holidays. ABC, CBS, Fox and NBC have announced their schedules so Rotten Tomatoes can update this calendar. Cable and streaming remained largely on schedule with longer production lead times. (See: Best of Netflix, Best of Prime Video.)
Here’s a look at what you can expect to see by day of the week this winter.
The Bachelor, 8 p.m. – Jan. 22
20/20 True Crime Series – 10:01 p.m. – Jan. 22
Shark Tank season 15, 8 p.m.
20/20, 9 p.m.
College Football, 7:30 p.m.