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30 Rock co-star Alec Baldwin said, "I'd be stunned if NBC picked up both shows.And ours has the tougher task, as a comedy, because, if it's not funny, that's it."I just can't imagine the audience would look at both shows, choose one and cancel the other out.On May 14, 2007, NBC cancelled the series after one season.It is Aaron Sorkin's only TV show not to air for more than one season.In some ways, why is it any different than when there have been three or four cop shows on any schedule, or Scrubs and ER, which are tonally very different?Evidence of the overlapping subject matter between the shows, as well as the conflict between them, arose when Aaron Sorkin asked Lorne Michaels to allow him to observe Saturday Night Live for a week, a request Michaels denied.And then Trio got canceled." Studio 60 was canceled after one season while 30 Rock was renewed, and would ultimately last for seven seasons and 138 episodes, the last of which aired during the 2012–13 season.
Studio 60 on the Sunset Strip ran on NBC for 22 episodes, from September 18, 2006 to June 28, 2007.The series includes two two-part episodes ("Nevada Day" and "The Harriet Dinner") and a story arc called "K & R" (kidnap & ransom) which spanned three episodes and concluded in a fourth, the final episode of the season.The executive producer of a late night sketch comedy show sparks a media frenzy when he has an on-air meltdown during a live broadcast.Key crew members include Aaron Sorkin (Head writer/Show runner), Thomas Schlamme (Show runner/Director (four episodes), and Timothy Busfield (Director – six episodes/ Consultant- 20 episodes).
The crew includes several people who worked with Sorkin and Schlamme on their previous shows (Sports Night and The West Wing).
Bradley Whitford, Timothy Busfield, John Goodman, Evan Handler, Matthew Perry, Michael Hyatt and Diana-Maria Riva all have a history with The West Wing.