The finale of '30 Rock' ties up several loose ends to bring about a satisfying conclusion, but does it maybe make things a little too tidy? In "What Will Happen to the Gang?" everyone gets a happy ending... sort of.
When even the star of the show is saying it's time to hang it up, you know the end is near. And so it is with NBC's long-running hit, '30 Rock.' Network chairman, Bob Greenblatt finally broke the news that everyone already knew: the upcoming seventh season of "30 Rock" will be the last.
If you're looking for the best moments this week in TV had to offer, look no further. We've got a rundown of all of your favorites -- in GIF form! From 'Parks and Recreation' to 'Mad Men,' we've got it covered.
Good news, nerds! In spite of all that earlier hullabaloo, Alec Baldwin's displeasure and doubt looming over the future of NBC meta-comedy '30 Rock,' the network has confirmed that the show will indeed return for a seventh, and final season. But the real question is, based on initial reports, just how short is the episode order?
Well, that's...something? Yesterday NBC went on a spending spree to pick up no less than five new original series, both comedic and dramatic, in addition to their already picked up order of Matthew Perry's new single-camera comedy 'Go On.' Yet with all these new pickups, fans still wait patiently for news of its current crop of comedy, namely '30 Rock, 'Community' and 'Parks and Recreation.'
Love it or hate it, "Queen of Jordan" has returned to '30 Rock.' The faux reality show within the show starring Tracy's wife Angie (Sherri Shepherd) comes back this week for "Queen of Jordan 2: The Mystery of the Phantom Pooper." Unfortunately, the concept falls a little flat.
After '30 Rock's' first live show back in 2010, viewers knew they'd be treated to a few surprise celebrity cameos during last night's second live outing but fans on the west coast might be feeling a little cheated after learning that east coast viewers got Paul McCartney while they were saddled with...Kim Kardashian.
Last year '30 Rock' wowed audiences with its first live show, so it seemed only logical that another would follow. Returning to the comfort of the wheelhouse that made her a household name, Tina Fey shepherds us and her cohorts through another oft-hilarious live episode.
Looks like all those Second City improv classes finally paid off! The cast of '30 Rock' stopped by 'Late Night with Jimmy Fallon' to promote, and perhaps warm-up for, their Thursday night live episode.
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