Primetime Gets Back To Business

The end: two words that have put Hollywood back to work!

The writers’ strike has hit the skids, and your favorite TV shows are finally back in business.

Alec Baldwin told “Extra,” “I’m glad it’s over.”

“Heroes” star, Masi Oka, is happy to report, “I’m just so excited to be back at work.”

Funnyman David Spade added he’s “stoked” that the strike is over.

According to Media Week’s Marc Burman, plenty of primetime’s hottest shows are going back into production beginning late March to early April.

New scripts of “Two and a Half Men,” “Grey’s Anatomy,” “The Office,” “Desperate Housewives,” “Boston Legal” and “CSI” are just some of the shows that will finish out the season.

Creator of “30 Rock,” Tina Fey, told “Extra,” “We’ll be back on the air April 10th!”

“Criminal Minds” will be back with a bang on CBS, and you can expect a few twists this time around.

“It's going to be sort of this big explosion out of the gate that people have asked about,” reveals writer Ed Bernero.

Marcia Cross told “Extra” that she is desperate to return to “Desperate Housewives,” and so is Bree! In fact, Bree may be getting a job.

“She has some talents,” Cross says. “I think we’re going to parlay those talents into a career.”

The bad news, however, is some shows may not be returning at all!

“Bionic Woman,” Women’s Murder Club” and “Cane” have all been given the boot.