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.'
We might have an update, but is it good news?
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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.
Alec Baldwin's relationship with '30 Rock' and NBC is starting to feel like a long, drawn out break-up. Judging by the outspoken sitcom star's statements to The New York Times regarding the long-running NBC series, it sounds more like Baldwin is talking about a girlfriend than a TV show.
Where once 'Back to the Future' joked about the lunacy of an actor becoming president, modern audiences have lived through the Schwarzenegger era long enough to know that the idea of their favorite actors taking office is all-too-real. And while he's talked about it before, just how close is Alec Baldwin to stepping out from NBC and making a run at political office?
Alec Baldwin recently got into trouble by suggesting he would leaving '30 Rock,' which then led to Tina Fey having to clarify his statement. If his comments today are to be believed, he is returning for next season - but he's also said that it will be the show's last.
Ah, meta humor. Long may you reign. Having spent a full six seasons on the air, NBC's '30 Rock' has long learned that if you love something you must eventually set it free, but that doesn't mean it can't ever come back! That's why '30 Rock's upcoming live episode is going to gain a little 'Community' spirit!
Tina Fey found herself in the hotseat this morning on "The View," after her "30 Rock" co-star, Alec Baldwin tweeted "I think I'm leaving NBC just in time," yesterday.