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Featuring Bill Hader as Alec Baldwin.

Sources say Baldwin was keen to continue the program and he may re-launch it at a later date. But Baldwin and WNYC could not come to terms over production logistics. So the show will end at the conclusion of its second season.

In which Baldwin rips apart NY Times chief theater critic Ben Brantley over two words.

The Emmy-winning actor may replace Carson Daly in a late-night half hour interview program, according to one executive involved in the network’s program planning.

Yes, a TV version of ‘Here’s The Thing’ sounds good.

wnyc:

This week, Alec Baldwin talks with Lena Dunham, whose hit show on HBO, “Girls,” just started its second season. LISTEN

wnyc:

This week, Alec Baldwin talks with Lena Dunham, whose hit show on HBO, “Girls,” just started its second season. LISTEN

latenightjimmy:

Set your DVRs, kids. It’s gonna be a good one. 
Late Night PreGame: Playlist: Best of the 30 Rock Cast on Late Night

latenightjimmy:

Set your DVRs, kids. It’s gonna be a good one. 

Late Night PreGame: Playlist: Best of the 30 Rock Cast on Late Night

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huffposttv:

It broke the tension surrounding the show being on its last legs, finally gave us an Amy Poehler guest spot AND THEN SOME.

“30 Rock’s” live show broke the tension surrounding the series and showed viewers this old show still has what it takes to crack smiles and achieve hearty laughs.

Seconded, but I’m surprised thus far that there haven’t been too many angry reactions to Jon Hamm’s almost black face. 

After being “stalked” by a Today show crew, Alec Baldwin tweets he’s leaving NBC?
Few things to consider before freaking out. One, this may be a joke. Two, Bob Greenblatt said at press tour in January that they quietly re-upped Baldwin for season 7 of 30 Rock. Three, he may be referring to after season 7?

After being “stalked” by a Today show crew, Alec Baldwin tweets he’s leaving NBC?

Few things to consider before freaking out. One, this may be a joke. Two, Bob Greenblatt said at press tour in January that they quietly re-upped Baldwin for season 7 of 30 Rock. Three, he may be referring to after season 7?

When their Kabletown bosses announce they will no longer pay for ‘TGS’ to be a live show, Liz Lemon (Tina Fey) and Jack Donaghy (Alec Baldwin) realize their lives will actually be easier if they shoot canned episodes fast and cheap. Only Kenneth the Page (Jack McBrayer) objects, urging that nothing can replace the communal experience of live television. He tries to convince the ‘TGS’ staff to fight for their right to be live by taking them and our audience through a magical look back at the illustrious history of Studio 6H.
The plot of “30 Rock’s” upcoming live episode. It sounds ripe for guest stars! (via huffposttv)