NBC is staying in the Alec Baldwin biz.
With the end of 30 Rock drawing near, the Emmy-winning actor has inked a two-year overall deal with the network, Deadline reports.
Under the new pact, Baldwin will help develop and produce series for NBC, with the possibility of starring in his own project.
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30 Rock, meanwhile, wraps its seven-season run with an hour-long installment on Jan. 31.
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