The end of "30 Rock" is nigh. Series star and creator Tina Fey appeared on "The View" (weekdays on ABC) and told the ladies Alec Baldwin isn't leaving early, despite his tweets trashing "Today," but the end of the show is on the horizon.
"As far as I know, he's not leaving the show. We're all in this together 'til the end." Fey said. "I think that 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. We're all still on the show."
Both Fey and Baldwin are signed for Season 7, if NBC renews the long-running comedy. According to EW, the show will likely get a seventh and final season.
Now in it's sixth season, "30 Rock" has slipped to series low ratings. With timeslot shifts and contract talk, many speculated this could be the end of the road for "30 Rock," something "View" co-host Barbara Walters wasn't too happy about.
"We can't do this for 35 years," Fey said in response to Walters' nudging. "We'd love to keep going and see where everybody ends up, right? But you don't want to see me with a gray stripe, eating a slice of pizza, going on dates."
What's to come later in Season 6? Guest stars! The show is going live again on Thurs., April 26 and Fey said lots of familiar famous faces -- and new stars -- will return to the series. Plus, a new episode of fake Bravo reality series "Queen of Jordan."
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