NEW YORK-- Liz Lemon is getting married and you're invited.
Fans of "30 Rock" might have reasonably assumed that Lemon, the harried TV producer played by Tina Fey, would ride out the series' seventh and final season as a perennial bachelorette unlucky in love. But Fey, who is also the creator and producer of the NBC comedy, clearly thought otherwise.
In the "30 Rock" episode airing Nov. 29, Lemon will wed.
Who's the lucky guy? He's Liz's latest fella, Criss Chross (played by guest star James Marsden), a Peter Pan-ish would-be entrepreneur who hatches ventures such as an organic gourmet hot-dog truck.
NBC has made the grand announcement that Ms. Elizabeth Miervaldis Lemon, 42, would be presenting herself to be married to Mr. Crisstopher Rick Chross -- "But not in a creepy way that perpetuates the idea that brides are virgins and women are property."
The invitation also specifies that guests (i.e., you viewers) should plan to "bring your own snacks."
No preview of the episode has been made available.
The series, which airs Thursdays at 8 p.m., will conclude early next year.
"30 Rock" is the saga of Lemon, the overextended producer of a fictitious comedy show loosely inspired by "Saturday Night Live" (where Fey toiled for nine seasons as cast member and writer). Liz is surrounded by kookie comrades like company boss Jack Donaghy (Alec Baldwin) and Tracy Jordan (Tracy Morgan), her boisterously unhinged star.
A recurring theme of "30 Rock" has been Lemon's comicaly flawed love life. Short-lived boyfriends have included quirky airline pilot Carol Burnett (played by Matt Damon), immature businessman Dennis Duffy (Dean Winters) and dimwitted pediatrician Dr. Drew Baird (Jon Hamm).
But clearly there was something special about Criss, who first arrived on the scene last season.
"I'm more relaxed around him," Liz insisted. "My jaws stopped popping. And for once I'm not overthinking everything."
LOS ANGELES -- Three low-rated new TV series are getting the ax.
ABC is saying goodbye to freshman dramas "Last Resort" and "666 Park Avenue" after 13 episodes each.
"Last Resort" stars Andre Braugher and Scott Speedman as officers of a U.S. nuclear sub targeted by the government. It airs at 8 p.m. Thursday.
The other canceled ABC drama, "666 Park Avenue," is a supernatural tale set starring Terry O'Quinn and Vanessa Williams. It airs at 10 p.m. Sunday.
ABC hasn't announced what will replace the two series after they finish their runs.
At CBS, the curtain is down on the sitcom "Partners." It's about two pals -- one gay, one straight (Michael Urie, David Krumholtz). It has been replaced for now with comedy reruns at 8:30 p.m.
NEW YORK -- The Spanish-language media company Univision is working with one of its top advertisers to encourage Hispanics to share their stories about establishing new lives in the United States.
Called Generacion America, the Univision network kicked off the effort during its recent telecast of the Latin Grammy Awards.
Univision and its affiliated networks will collect stories from celebrities and average citizens to be part of the Immigrant Archive Project, an independent effort that collects these stories, and show snippets of them on TV.