It has been evident for at least a few days now that the end was in sight for a veteran NBC comedy series, especially after the network revealed plans last week for a shortened 13-episode 2012-13 season of “30 Rock.” But now the network has confirmed that next season — "30 Rock’s" seventh — will be the last for the Emmy-winning show, Deadline.com reports.
NBC chief Bob Greenblatt said today that “30 Rock” will end its run next season, capping things off with a one-hour final episode. The announcement came just one day after Greenblatt said the decision on when to end the show had not yet been made.
In annoucing the official end of the show, Greenblatt said today: “I know Tina [Fey], Alec [Baldwin] and the rest will deliver some of their best work. We think the world of Tina and hope she will be in the NBC family for years to come.”