NBC’s “30 Rock,” which reaped big ratings when it aired its first live episode back in 2010, will try it again, the Courier-Journal reports.
The comedy will air live from New York’s Rockefeller Center on April 26, the story reports. Two live performances will take place — one for the East Coast and then a second performance for the West Coast.
The article reports: “The storyline: 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, saying nothing replaces the communal experience of live television.”