30 Rock’s Jane Krakowski Says There’s Been ‘Talk’ of a Reboot and We Want to Go to There
Rumors of a potential revival of NBC’s The Office have swirled in recent weeks, and it sounds like another one of the network’s beloved comedies has been brought up in reboot conversations, too. According to 30 Rock star Jane Krakowski, bringing the show back would be “a dream come true.”
“There’s definitely been talk and conversations,” Krakowski, who played the delightfully delusional Jenna Maroney, told The Hollywood Reporter. “We all say over and over again that working on that show was probably the best experience we’re ever going to have in our careers, as far as creativity goes. We’re still so proud of the writing and the great characters. It was such a success and all of those things were amazing.”
30 Rock ran for seven absurdly hilarious seasons on NBC, ending in 2013. Along with Krakowski, the show starred creator Tina Fey, Alec Baldwin, Tracy Morgan, Jack McBrayer, and more. Of course, much of the cast has kept plenty busy since leaving 30 Rockefeller Plaza, including Krakowski, who will reprise her (similar) role as socialite Jacqueline White on season 4 of Netflix’s Unbreakable Kimmy Schmidt on May 30.
Talks of bringing the show back have been happening at the network for a while. Last year, NBC boss Bob Greenblatt admitted that 30 Rock was one of the shows he would love to bring back to the airwaves. “I’d say to Tina, ‘Hey, you think some more 30 Rock makes any sense?'” he told Deadline at the time. “She’d say, ‘I don’t know, maybe.'”
By the sounds of it, Krakowski won’t need any convincing. “I know it’s something the fans would love and we would love,” she said.
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