The latest iteration of "30 Rock," the sitcom starring Tina Fey and Alec Baldwin, will air live on NBC on Thursday, April 26 at 8:30 PM EDT. The show did the same in October 2010.
Tina Fey, speaking with the New York Times, said that the cast and writers were tense about the live cast:
"They asked us to do it again. And of course, I'm always paranoid. I'm like, 'We've got to say yes so they don't let someone else do it'."
She also dished on the premise of the episode:
". . . word comes down from Kabletown that they don't want to do 'T.G.S.' live anymore . . . They want to do the Tyler Perry syndication model, shoot a bunch of these with no audience, and everyone's on board . . . Of course the only person who objects on moral grounds is Kenneth who then spends the rest of the episode trying convince everyone that live television is a magical . . ."
by RTT Staff Writer
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