The other day we found out Tina Fey would return to TV in spirit by producing a new NBC sitcom about a woman returning to her roots, but it would seem FOX has done the '30 Rock' creator and star one better. The network has given another collegiate comedy under Fey's producing watch a straight-to-series order, but will the former 'SNL' writer have any role on the show itself?
It ranked among the sadder days in TV history when we finally said goodbye to Tina Fey's '30 Rock' after seven wonderful years, but our despair may already have been lifted. The former 'SNL' writer and '30 Rock' lead will return to NBC along with '30 Rock' co-showrunner Robert Carlock and writer-producer Colleen McGuinness for a brand-new female-centric workplace comedy, but how involved will Fey
For as long as we've known and loved '30 Rock,' much of that love has come from its vast array of guest stars, everyone from Jerry Seinfeld to Elaine Stritch. That parade of celebs has been celebrated in the show's final 13-episode season, with a number of original and returning guests, but who will appear in the show's January 31 series finale? At least one star has come forth, but who will 'Law
'30 Rock' won't close out its seven-year Emmy-winning run until January 31, but has series star Alec Baldwin already lined up his next gig? The one-time Hollywood movie star has officially inked a deal to remain with TV for the next several years, similar to a recent deal co-star Tina Fey made, but what might Baldwin do next? Could he produce an original series, or star in an all-new role? Find ou
The Oxford English Dictionary just got a whole lot classier.
According to the Independent, the famous book of words has added a new batch of phrases to its online dictionary, including the "five-second rule" and "muffin top."
Look up “five-second rule” and you’ll find the following: “Allows for the eating of a delicious morsel that has fallen to the floor, provided that it