Fox became the first broadcast network Wednesday to announce a revised midseason schedule affected by the writers strike.
Faced with the possibility of a partial season seven of “24,” the network has opted not to air the real-time drama at all this season.
There is no end in sight for the strike,
The strike began Monday after last-minute negotiations between the Writers Guild of America and the Alliance of Motion Picture and Television Producers failed to produce a deal on how much writers are paid when shows are offered on the Internet.
Nick Counter, chief negotiator for the producers union, has said he expected a long standoff. Writers said the next move was up to the studios.
No new talks were scheduled. Pickets were expected to return Wednesday to locations in Los Angeles and New York.
Now what am I going to do on Monday nights after football season is over?