An hour-long episode of 30 Rock is all set to return on Thursday, July 16, at 8 in the evening. The show is decided to be produced remotely due to the pandemic situation and will be aired on NBC. Under the direction of Oz Rodriguez, the show will include Tracy Morgan, Jane Krakowski, Tina Fey, Alec Baldwin, and others. After being aired on NBC, the episode will be rebroadcast across various channels, including Oxygen, NBC Universal, SYFY, and CNBC.
Officially the producers Fey and Robert Carlock expressed in a statement that they are delighted to work together with NBC again.
The episode will be aired as an upfront special that will include the cast and creators of the show to display the gist of the upcoming content to the advertisers.
Created by Tina Fey, 30 Rock is an American Sitcom series that first aired in 2006. The series is based on the experiences of Fey as a head writer for Saturday Night Live. The series got its name from 30 Rockefeller Plaza in New York City. This location is the address of the NBC Studios, where the Saturday Night Live is written and performed.
The award-winning series includes the parody of the corporate structure of NBC through humor and burlesque.
30 rock became so famous for its dedication in making extraordinarily elaborate and detailed sets, which shows that it takes 2 to 3 days to be set up for a 6-second video. With this vast popularity, the show acquired excellent ratings of 8.2/10 from IMDb and received an overall score of 85% from Rotten Tomatoes.
Few of the famous episodes of 30 Rock, that aired in the recent years include:
Black Tie from Season One, Episode Twelve)
Do-Over from Season Three, Episode One.
Apollo, Apollo from Season Three, Episode Sixteen.
Queen of Jordan from Season Five, Episode Seventeen.
Leap Day from Season Six, Episode Nine.
With such award-winning episodes, we are very eager for the Rock to Return to NBC with its one-hour upfront special episode.