It's safe to say that Hurricane Sandy caused chaos for a lot more than TV, but even those in affected areas with power may have noticed that the network airings were severely impacted by all the news coverage. Most pushed fresh episodes of their series toward another week, though '30 Rock' it seems just couldn't wait. The soon-to-end NBC comedy will move to Wednesday this week in order to better time its election-themed content, but what does it mean for the already-cancelled 'Animal Practice'?
It may be a banner day for NBC now that the mid-season line-up has officially been set, including a returning 'Community,' but it also carries with it a grim reminder that we're approaching the end of '30 Rock!' Sure, we have plenty of time for the moment, but the end of days is nigh! So what better way to commemorate upcoming episode "There's No I in America" than with a new round of clips? Will the series get even more political?
'30 Rock' avoids the pumpkin patch this week and goes straight for the political with a slew of special guests and a very uncharacteristic turn for Jenna Maroney in "Unwindulax," which is exactly what you think it is.
'30 Rock' gets feminist this week and it's absolutely fantastic. "Stride of Pride" has Liz battling Tracy over whether or not women are funny, Jenna fighting to be retain relevancy with her age, and one of Jack's latest girlfriends showing him that ladies can be players too.
'30 Rock' gets political this week with "Governor Dunston," in which the episode's title refers to Mitt Romney's new running mate who looks just like Tracy, which means Jack can't tank the network just yet.
Fans of NBC's long-running meta series '30 Rock' no doubt appreciate the manic celebrity humor of Tracy Jordan, which unquestionably owes to the real-life quirkiness of star and former 'SNL' player Tracy Morgan. Still, with Morgan's most stable gig coming to a close, and the comedian's notorious tendency to get himself in trouble, should fans be worried about Tracy Morgan? Tina Fey certainly seems to think so, but why?
We may have to wait all the way until next summer for the conclusion of AMC's incredible 'Breaking Bad,' but you didn't really expect Emmy-winner Bryan Cranston to stay off the warming glow of TV that long, did you? This Thursday will see the wonderful Walter White making his '30 Rock' debut as "Ron," Kenneth Parcell's erstwhile stepfather alongside his mother (Catherine O'Hara), but why wait until then when we've got the first look right here?
Are you ready for the last season premiere of '30 Rock,' ever? Yeah, we're feeling mixed things about it too. But never fear! Liz Lemon and Jack Donaghy are back, and Jack's got a plan to take over NBC once and for all... sort of.
A general feeling of "blerg" permeates the air today, as '30 Rock' gets set for the beginning of the end in premiering its season 7 opener, appropriately titled "The Beginning of the End." And while the final 13-episode season (with a super-sized finale) has been set in stone by the bigwigs at NBC, our fun with Liz Lemon, Jack Donaghy, Tracy, Jenna and Kenneth almost didn't end with a seventh season. Alec Baldwin reportedly tried to extend the show's run for additional episodes, possibly even an additional season, but how far did he take it?
We're starting to get very verklempt these days, as while our favorite TV series return left and right, for some their return marks "The Beginning of the End." Tonight will mark the debut of the final 13 episodes of 'Fringe' in "Transilience Thought Unifier Model-11" whereas next week begins the final 13 episodes of '30 Rock,' beginning quite literally with "The Beginning of the End!" The latest clip has some very frank talk between Jack and Liz, but where's the rest of the gang?