The Office, 30 Rock & more on NBC's revival wish list

Rebecca Barbier
Agosto 5, 2017

At the Television Critics Association's summer press tour this week, NBC Entertainment chairman Bob Greenblatt revealed a list of shows he'd like to see return. Find out more below.

"We often talk about The Office, I've talked to Greg four times over the past few years".

Meanwhile, the mockumentary series isn't the only show Greenblatt has had conversations about recommissioning. Greenblatt revealed in a recent interview with Deadline that he has approached people about potential revivals of The Office, 30 Rock, and The West Wing, although he says that nothing is in the works right now. "There is certainly an open invitation but we don't have anything happening right now".

The chairman said he has had similar talks with Tina Fey about the possibility of creating more 30 Rock.

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"The Office" ended in 2013, along with "30 Rock". The good news is that the format of both these shows makes it easy to bring them back.

On the drama side, two of NBC's most popular shows have been The West Wing and ER, so it should come as no surprise that Bob Greenblatt wants to bring both of those shows back at some point. "He says, 'You know, I love that show and some day I'd love to revisit it, but it's not going to happen right now.'" Greenblatt says that he has also approached ER's John Wells.

"Even in the best possible scenario, it's always a slight disappointment". NBC is now rebooting WILL & GRACE and MIAMI VICE, and they already have a wish list of potential revivals that includes two adored comedies and two acclaimed dramas. There's no shortage of sitcoms that can make a comeback, especially if ABC's return of Roseanne is as big of a hit as the network hopes it will be.

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