New '30 Rock' Season 6 Promo: Liz Lemon Has Handsome New Boyfriend
A brand new promo for "30 Rock" season 6 has been unleashed, giving a longer look at what's to come. It sees Liz Lemon getting her "dream vacation" by picking garbage for her community service during the summer.
The five-minute sneak peek also unveils Liz's new boyfriend, who is played by one of the guest stars, James Marsden. "Liz is completely re-energized," Tina Fey explains how the relationship affects her character. "She does have a new love interest. We don't know how I met him but I have a really handsome boyfriend."
Marsden chimes in, "[Liz is] trying to loosen up by dating somebody who is a little more laidback. That could either be good for her or ultimately bad for her." Offering his own opinion, Alec Baldwin who plays Jack Donaghy gushes, "One thing that never changes is that Liz is hopeless when it comes to picking men."
Jack himself will be seen early in the season handling his daughter as a single dad since his fiancee Avery is still kidnapped. "It wouldn't be '30 Rock' if we didn't have people doing things that they shouldn't be doing," Baldwin further teases about the new season.
Additionally, other guest stars including Kelsey Grammer, Will Arnett, Denise Richards and Kristen Schaal are featured in the preview video. Grammer returns as himself, Arnett reprises his role as Devon Banks, while Richards plays a version of herself who is also the spokeswoman of the idiots of the world.
30 Rock" Season 6 premieres Thursday, January 12 at 8 P.M. ET on NBC.
- 'The Purge' Heading to TV as 'Interwoven Anthology'
- Cashmere Cat Releases New Single 'Trust Nobody' Ft. Selena Gomez
- Rob Kardashian Regrets Tweeting Kylie Jenner's Number: 'It Was Miscommunication'
- Kristen Stewart Spooked by Ghost in 'Personal Shopper' Trailer
- Brad Pitt and Angelina Jolie Reach Temporary Custody Deal That Includes Family Counseling
- Fifth Harmony's Ally Brooke Falls After Ambushed by Fan on Stage
- Blake Lively and Ryan Reynolds Welcome Their Second Child
- Producer Says Daniel Craig Is Still the 'First Choice' for Next James Bond Movie