And the late night talkers are all coming back now: New episodes of ABC’s "Jimmy Kimmel Live" return to air 1/2 (12:05-1:05 a.m., ET).
"Though it makes me sick to do so without my writers, there are more than a hundred people whose financial well-being depends on our show. It is time to go back to work. I support my colleagues and friends in the WGA completely and hope this ends both fairly and soon," said Kimmel.
Meanwhile, the WGA is talking about making a deal with David Letterman’s production company, Worldwide Pants, so his CBS show can return with its writers.
"We are willing to agree to the writers’ demands that are within our control, so we have no reason to believe that an interim agreement can’t be achieved with the WGA," Rob Burnett, Worldwide Pants CEO, said in a statement.