NBC network decided to continue its hit comedy "30 Rock" for one more season before they call it a wrap. Rumors that the long-running comedy will end has finally been confirmed by NBC. The show will run 13 episodes in its next season, which will be its seventh and final season. The show will bow out of television in an hour long series finale.

The multi-award-winning comedy was created by Tina Fey, who used to be a head writer for Saturday Night Live. It has won Emmy Awards in 2007, 2008, and 2009 for Outstanding Comedy Series.

NBC executive Bob Greenblatt said at the upfront presentation in New York, "I know Tina, Alec and the rest will deliver some of their best work," referring to the sitcom's co-stars.

Whilst NBC cancels "30 Rock", it is also commissioning seven new comedies for next season. The shows will be: "Go On," "The New Normal," "Animal Practice" and "Guys with Kids." Other mid-season comedies include "Save Me," "1600 Penn" and "Next Caller.

Shows returning next season, along with "30 Rock" will be: "The Voice," "Law & Order: Special Victims Unit," "The Office," "Community," "Parenthood," "Parks and Recreation," "Whitney" and "Up All Night."