After seven seasons, it's finally happening. '30 Rock' continues drawing to its inevitable end, returning with tonight's "Aunt Phatso vs. Jack Donaghy," but it seems the biggest news is yet to come. NBC has revealed that Jenna Maroney won't be the only major wedding in the Emmy-winning series' final season, but who might be the couple in question? Could Jack find himself a new bride, or will Liz finally take the plunge? What about dear old Kenneth?
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'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.
Good job, Golden Globes! Tina Fey and Amy Poehler are set to host this year's Golden Globes ceremony, which is scheduled for January 13, 2013. The duo have previously anchored 'Saturday Night Live's Weekend Update desk together, and co-starred in the 2008 film 'Baby Mama.'
'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?
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.
Before Lindsay Lohan was Lindsay Lohan, she was just another teenage actress and a pretty good one at that. It's hard to imagine a time when Lindsay Lohan was hanging out with Tina Fey and Amy Poehler but back in the days before 'Mean Girls' hit theaters, they were doing exactly that.
'30 Rock' might be coming to an imminent end with its seventh and final season this fall, but don't expect series star and 'SNL' alum Tina Fey to lose her grip on the tube any time soon. As her flagship show comes to a close, the star has inked a new lucrative development deal with Universal Television, but the question remains. Will Fey herself star in a new project, independent of '30 Rock,' or perhaps stay behind the scenes?
Never fear, '30 Rock' fans, for Tina Fey certainly won't be out of work for long when the show begins its final season this fall on NBC. Instead, Fey will take her signature sensibilities to 'The Simpsons,' guesting in the already-crowed 24th season of the long-running series. But will 'SNL's former funny-lady play herself a la Justin Bieber, or an original character? And blerg, when will we see her appearance?