This strike has even affected New Orleans' own 'K-Ville'.
The Fox network cop show "K-Ville" stopped filming in New Orleans on Thursday, cutting short its planned 13-episode shoot by several weeks and cutting loose its large local crew.
The series, starring Anthony Anderson and Cole Hauser as post-Katrina New Orleans Police Department officers, was reportedly a victim of the Writers Guild of America strike, which started Monday.
Fox on Wednesday released a strike-shuffled schedule for January and beyond, and "K-Ville" isn't on it. But the show's main NOPD station-house set, built in a Harahan warehouse, will not be disassembled immediately.