How Much Strike News Do You Want?

As I woke up this morning, walked the world’s greatest dog MAC, made coffee, sat down in front of my iMac [yes, clearly I have issues] and headed over to check out Deadline Hollywood Daily and for the latest strike news β€” a thought crossed my mind.

The success of is as a direct result of YOU the reader. Thus, I should probably ask this question. How much strike news do you want?

Do you want to become strike central? Constantly updating throughout the day with news of the cast of GREY’S ANATOMY picketing outside ABC. Or would you prefer I take up valuable bandwidth waxing poetically about how much I loved last night’s installment of GOSSIP GIRL?
Let me know by leaving a comment below.

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  • TVFanatic

    I wouldn’t mind a once daily strike news overview. But no need to go nuts.

  • Brynhildur

    I like the strike news

  • Less Strike news

    I would keep the strike news to a minimum.

  • Jen

    I would love some strike news it seems as if there isn’t nearly as much as there really should be floating around about what is actually happening and if there have been an progress or meetings or what not.

  • Lester

    As little as possible πŸ™‚ While I support the WGA I’m not sure I want to read about actors and producers not doing what they are paid to do. I get the need to support the writers but try that at our jobs and we would all be fired.

  • Linda B.

    A brief summary a couple times a week would be plenty for me.

  • Mana

    Depending on how long the strike goes on for I’d prefer a daily overview or a weekly overview. So, I guess, daily for now and weekly if it continues for months. I really just want the big news and the stuff directly concerning my shows. I support the strike and it’s interesting but every little detail doesn’t concern me. Who picketed where and other pointless info just isn’t necessary.

    I’m more interested in hearing about the shows themselves. The love, the hate… the good and the bad. Nothing says “I love scripted television” as a good amount of watching, talking and obsessing about it.

  • SimplyKimberly

    I think you should do a balance of both as the previous commenters have voiced.

  • Mark

    Since the strike is still in its first week, I’ve been enjoying the daily updates from you. But once it starts dragging on (as it surely will…) a weekly update would be better, or just the very big advancements in the strike.

  • Go nuts on the strike. I would love to know a lot more from and about the industry I like.

  • EKI

    What about a single post at evening rebriefing all that happened during the day?

  • Aileen

    I mostly just wants to know how it’s affecting what I’m watching. Which shows are going to run out of episodes when, what progress is being made on ending the strike, etc.

    Mostly, I’m just selfish and want to know when I’m going to be assured of the shows I love continuing!

    By the way, any idea yet of how the strike will affect renewals? I’m worried about shows like Supernatural which are fan favorites but not the strongest in the ratings. Of course, that kind of talk might be much to speculative at this point in time.

  • I think that a daily overview is the best way to go.

  • Patty

    I think that a once-a-day update would be great. But I love hearing your take on everything-tv so just make sure you talk enough about what’s actually still on the air because that is what makes this website my favorite πŸ™‚

  • I throw in my vote for brief, daily overviews for now, and weekly later if the strike goes on too long. Continue covering the various shows on a daily basis, with a little more attention on deserving shows that normally get ignored. (and since we’re bombarded with Heroes & Grey’s everywhere else, please don’t overdo it here too). Thank you for offering one of the funnest and most interesting blogs to read! (p.s. don’t you think it’s time to take down the Office convention banner now?)

  • Shane

    I think updating about the strike is important, your blog is about tv after all. The strike is about writers who write for tv and film… it would be weird if it wasn’t mentioned on here at all as it will be having an affect on this blog.

  • Mel

    I agree w/ Mousitsa — Daily update on the strike is the way to go unless something really exciting is happening.
    Keep talking to us about TV!