The end of "30 Rock" is rapidly approaching - Thursday, in fact - but it sounds like both Tina Fey and Alec Baldwin already have plans for what to do next.
Fey told CNN backstage after the SAG Awards ceremony on Sunday, where she picked up the honor of best female actor in a comedy, that she does have a deal in place with NBC to develop more shows. First and foremost, though, she'll be doing more movie work; "The Muppets" sequel begins filming in London in March.
As for Baldwin, who won the award for best male actor in a comedy on Sunday, his future could include some time in Spain, if his wife Hilaria gets her way.
"My wife wants to move to Spain, she wants to spend more time in Spain, enjoy life a little more," Baldwin told CNN on the red carpet Sunday. "My problem is I'm afraid I'm going to take my wife to Spain and she's not going to want to come back."
And Baldwin would have good reason to return - he hinted that he, too, has a few ideas in the works.
"I think everybody's sorry ['30 Rock'] is over because they had such a good experience," the actor said. "But we have some ideas of some other things we're going to do in the future. Everything has to end."