New TV Shows Delayed Until Next Season As Actors Strike Ends, But What About One Chicago, Grey's Anatomy And More Returning Series

TV fans can finally celebrate as the fall season continues to drag on without the biggest shows airing any new episodes. After the WGA writers strike came to an end in late September following nearly 150 days, SAG-AFTRA has reached a tentative deal with the AMPTP to end the actors strike after nearly 120 days. That's great news for viewers who have been waiting for any updates on when to expect their favorite shows, but it also comes too late for some series to arrive at all in the 2023-2024 season. The future is much brighter for returning shows like Grey's Anatomy, CSI: Vegas, the Law & Orders, the One Chicago trio, and more, however! While the 2023 TV season still has nearly two months left, that's just not enough time for the planned new shows to make their network TV debuts before the end of the year. According to Deadline, networks aren't banking on those new series being ready for a midseason or spring premiere even as the SAG-AFTRA strike ends. Projects across ABC, CBS, Fox, and NBC have all been pushed back for the next TV season, presumably with fall 2024 as the earliest possible premiere window.