Remember back in April during the whole NBC late night shake-up, we heard that Alec Baldwin might be getting his own late night talk show, possibly taking Carson Daly's timeslot? In case your memory's fuzzy, there were reports that Baldwin would be getting his own late night half-hour interview show.
The early rumors that NBC’s late-night scheduling would be completely flipped on its head have now been diverted. While it has absolutely been confirmed that Jimmy Fallon will take over for Jay Leno’s timeslot, leaving the 12:35 slot open, as it turns out, Alec Baldwin will not be taking over the Last Call with Carson Daly slot. On Thursday, NBC announced Last Call has been renewed for Season 13.
Is Alec Baldwin late-night bound? That's the current rumor. The 30 Rock star is reportedly in early talks to host his own show on NBC. Word is that he'd take over the 1:35 a.m. spot, which is currently home to the half-hour interview show, Last Call with Carson Daly.
Despite rumors that flew after Alec Baldwin tweeted that he was “leaving NBC just in time”, he’s not leaving 30 Rock. But no, he’s not walking on the show or on NBC – he was just apparently irritated with The Today Show for filming in front of his house while covering his stalker story. Today he reportedly confirmed he’s absolutely in for Season 7 of the series – and also said it will be the last.
The rumors regarding Kristin Wiig’s potential departure from SNL have been growing, and with her contract up at the end of the month fans have been wondering when the announcement might be made. Is she ready to exit the SNL stage for good? Where will she go next? Here’s what she had to say to Alec Baldwin in his podcast this morning.
Although it’s not yet confirmed by NBC, Alec Baldwin let slip today during a podcast interview with SNL producer Lorne Michaels that Justin Bieber is on deck to host in the coming months. Beiber, who has little in the way of acting experience and, some would say, little in the way of any actual talent at all, would be both host and musical guest
What would 30 Rock be without Jack Donaghy? Fortunately, it doesn’t look like we’ll be finding out anytime soon. Fears that actor Alec Baldwin would be exiting the NBC series at the end of this season were quelled today at the TCA press tour. Assuming 30 Rock will be back for another season, so too will Alec Baldwin.
I love Wegmans. This isn’t actually the first time I’ve spoken about this at TV Blend. As a non-native to the Central New York area, I may be especially appreciative of what the supermarket chain has to offer in terms of pricing, quality and variety by comparison to other supermarkets. Even if you aren’t from the Central New York area, or one of the other places where a Wegmans is available, you may actually be at least a little bit familiar with the supermarket.
At long last, Ben & Jerry’s is making Schweddy Balls available by the pint in ice cream form. A clever nod to the popular Saturday Night Live sketch starring Ana Gasteyer, Molly Shannon and special guest Alec Baldwin, the ingredients of B&J’s new ice cream flavor actually sound pretty tasty.
Saturday Night Live will return next month for its 37th season, and the sketch comedy series is going with a veteran host to kick things off. Alec Baldwin has been lined up to host the season premiere, which will mark his 16th time doing it. Meanwhile, Jack Donaghy might be pulling a Michael Scott on 30 Rock.
Alec Baldwin has been very open in the past about leaving 30 Rock at some point, and there were even rumors for a while that this season would be his last. But now Baldwin has upped the rumors of his departure to an end date for the entire show
If you're a 30 Rock fan living in the vicinity of Syracuse, New York, you may be lucky enough to start seeing Alec Baldwin on your TV screen even during the commercial break
Last night marked the finale of SNL’s 35th season. Alec Baldwin hosted the episode, making it the fifteenth time he’s had the privilege of doing so and tying him with comedian Steve Martin, who was featured in last night’s monologue. Videos ahead!
For those of you who love seeing Alec Baldwin host Saturday Night Live, you’re in luck! Word is, the 30 Rock star will be returning to host SNL for the season finale later this month.
Alec Baldwin says he's done with acting. Well, once his 30 Rock contract is up in 2012. In the meantime, he'll continue doing things like co-hosting the Oscars next year, and nabbing gobs and gobs of awards for his portrayal of Jack Donaghy on said 30 Rock. Assuming his contract is by season, that would have Baldwin walking after the show's sixth season.