30 ROCK Producer Jack Burditt Signs Two-Year Deal with Universal TV

December 17
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According to, 30 Rock's executive producer Jack Burditt has signed a two-year deal with Universal Television, which will end the seventh and final season of the NBC comedy series on January 31.

"We are thrilled to continue our relationship at the studio with Jack after his invaluable contribution to 30 Rock," Universal TV's executive vice president Bela Bajaria said. "He's a great show runner and is a welcome addition to our roster."

Read the original report here.

30 Rock alums Tina Fey and Alec Baldwin also recently signed deals with Universal TV to stay with the studio following the show's last episode.

Outside 30 Rock, Burditt created and produced ABC's Last Man Standing, starring Tim Allen. Burditt received two Emmy nominations for his work on 30 Rock.

Nearing the end of its seventh and final season, the critically acclaimed and multiple award-winning comedy series "30 Rock" is told through the comedic voice of Emmy and two-time Golden Globe winner Tina Fey as variety show producer Liz Lemon. The series also features two-time Emmy and three-time Golden Globe winner Alec Baldwin as top network executive Jack Donaghy and Emmy nominee Tracy Morgan as Tracy Jordan, the unpredictable star of Lemon's variety show, "TGS with Tracy Jordan."

Lemon constantly has her hands full, juggling corporate interference from Donaghy and off-the-handle star antics from Jordan, all while attempting to salvage her own personal life. Also rounding out the cast are three-time Emmy nominee Jane Krakowski as Jenna Maroney, the co-star of "TGS"; Scott Adsit as the variety show's producer Pete Hornberger; Emmy nominee Jack McBrayer as Kenneth, the over-eager and effortlessly endearing NBC page; Judah Friedlander as Frank, the sardonic slacker on the writing staff; and Keith Powell as Toofer, the sophisticated yet sarcastic, Harvard-alum writer.


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