Here's how the writer's strike might affect you:
If you're worried about missing good TV now that the Writers Guild of America is officially on strike, here's your guide to good TV.
"The Tonight Show" on NBC will immediately go into reruns, according to a network official who spoke on condition of anonymity because the person lacked authorization to comment publicly.
KTLA-TV reported that fans of the "Ellen" talk show were told at the NBC lot in Burbank that there would be no taping on Monday.
Comedy Central previously said "The Daily Show with Jon Stewart" and "The Colbert Report" would likely go into repeats as well. However, Stewart who is also the producer of both shows says he will continue to pay his writers.
David Letterman was reportedly upset this morning for losing his writers, but there is not word on how his late night talk show will address the issue.
Writer, producer and actress Tina Fey joined picketers on Monday to support her fellow writers, but Fey didn't say how this will affect her show "30 Rock."
The strike will likely not immediately impact production of movies or prime-time TV programs. Most studios have stockpiled dozens of movie scripts, and TV shows have enough scripts or completed shows in hand to last until early next year.
This story is still developing, and we will keep you posted.