Is 30 Rock at the end of its road?
The series’ star, Tina Fey, appeared on The View and was asked what Alec Baldwin meant by his tweet about leaving NBC, and the show’s writer responded by saying: “as far as I know he’s not leaving the show, we’re all in this together.”
Well, that’s good…right?
Fey continued: “I think he just maybe means that the end of the show—we’re in six years—that the end of the show is visible on the horizon.”
Barbara Walters, who is apparently a fan of the show, jumped in and asked Fey about “the end of the show” remark.
The actress responded by saying, “we can’t do this for 35 years.”
“We’d love to keep going and see where everyone ends up…but we don’t want to see me with a gray stripe,” Fey added, pointing to her hair.
The show’s two stars, Fey and Baldwin, are signed on for a seventh season, the Huffington Post reported.
Fey had to answer questions about Baldwin after he sent out a series of tweets after news crews descended on his apartment after an actress was arrested for allegedly stalking him. He also directed some of his anger at NBC’s Today Show.
“Outside my apt today, along side the other stalkers from the tabloid press, a crew that identified themselves as being with the Today Show,” he tweeted.
And another: “A story about stalking sure brings out the stalkers in the media. But, the Today Show?”
Finally, he tweeted: “I think I’m leaving NBC just in time.”
According to Entertainment Weekly, the series is likely to continue for a final season.
EW also reported last week that comedy’s ratings recently dipped 20 percent to a series low.
Fey’s character, Liz Lemon, was introduced to TV world in 2006, when NBC first aired 30 Rock.
The show also stars Tracy Morgan (Tracy Jordan), Jane Krakowski (Jenna Maroney) and Jack McBrayer (Kenneth Parcell).