And now, a bit of good news: "30 Rock" returns to the air this week after delaying the start of its season to accommodate new mom Tina Fey, and it already looks to be lining up its usual roster of A-list guest stars, including our favorite young actress, Emma Stone.
Stone will guest on the January 26 episode, Fey tells Entertainment Weekly, as one of Jenna Maroney's (Jane Krakowski) co-stars in "Martin Luther King Day" – a new film "from the producers of 'Valentine’s Day' and 'New Year’s Eve.'" Also starring in "MLK Day" – Andy Samberg and Nick Cannon, who was recently released from the hospital after being treated for "mild kidney failure."
This season of "30 Rock" has a host of other A-listers on tap, from "Up All Night's" returning Will Arnett and Denise Richards to Kelsey Grammer and James Marsden, who has a six-episode arc as Liz Lemon's hot dog-vendor love interest. They'll also address Avery Jessup-Donaghy's life in North Korea following the death of her kidnapper, Kim Jong-il.
We're super excited to see Stone and Marsden on one of our favorite shows. Though we're sad to see "Community" lose its spot on NBC's lineup, we're excited for the network's reworked Thursday night, with Arnett's "Up All Night" and the returning "30 Rock" joining "The Office" and our absolute favorite show on television, "Parks and Recreation." It's a perfect night of television, people – now all you have to do is watch it!
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