Award-winning US sitcom 30 Rock comes to UK streaming platform All 4

I’ll take THAT with cheese.

Fans of Jenna Maroney in the UK will be able to get their Muffin Tops on day or night as the iconic US sitcom ’30 Rock’ is now available to stream on All 4.

Written by and starring Tina Fey (Unbreakable Kimmy Schmidt, Mean Girls), ’30 Rock’ follows Liz Lemon (Fey), Head Writer for a live sketch-comedy show, as she tries to contend with the mad escapades of her colleagues. From erratic Hollywood star Tracy (Tracy Morgan – Saturday Night Live) to suave executive “fixer” Jack (Alec Baldwin – The Departed, Mission: Impossible – Fallout), from self-obsessed actress Jenna (Jane Krakowski – Unbreakable Kimmy Schmidt) to effervescent page Kenneth (Jack McBrayer – Wreck-It Ralph), it’s a miracle they ever get anything to air.

The beloved smash comedy aired on NBC from 2006 to 2013 and won numerous awards, including 11 Emmys®, six Golden Globes® and 11 Screen Actors Guild Awards®. ’30 Rock’ is routinely listed as one of the best U.S. comedies of all time.

30 Rock is a must-watch and we’re thrilled to have it kick-start our 2019 schedule.

’30 Rock’ originally aired in the UK on Comedy Central UK, although the final season was never shown on UK television. All 4’s acquisition will mark the first time the seventh season will be available, bar DVD home releases, for UK viewers.

Charlie Palmer, All 4 Managing Editor said, “30 Rock is a must-watch and we’re thrilled to have it kick-start our 2019 schedule. All 4 is fast becoming the go-to place for great comedy and 30 Rock is a fantastic addition.”

Along with ’30 Rock’, the deal with NBCUniversal International Distribution has secured Channel 4 the rights to the newest season of ‘Brooklyn Nine-Nine’. Season 6 of the fan-favourite comedy will have its U.K. premiere on E4 in 2019.

The first two seasons are available to watch on All 4 right now (Go! Go!), while the remaining seasons will be added to the service at a later date.

You can watch 30 Rock on All 4 here.

Written by QWEERIST editor

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