We haven't heard anything definitively on the status of NBC's comedy series 30 Rock, although most believe it will return for Season 7.

Earlier today, series star Alec Baldwin revealed the show will return, and the seventh season will also be its last. The actor made the revelation at the National Press Club in Washington D.C. He also made a cryptic statement on his Twitter account last week. Take a look at his tweet along with an excerpt from a recent news article about his appearance in the nation's capital.

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Alec Baldwin Twitter message
"In between stories from his college years at George Washington University and his Capitol Hill internship in the late 1970s, Baldwin confirmed that he will remain on 30 Rock through the seventh season starting next fall, although he said that season would be the NBC show's last."

There was previously speculation that the actor, who plays NBC executive Jack Donaghy on the series, would leave after this season. We probably won't know anything definitive on the status of this series until May, when NBC will unveil its fall 2012-2013 lineup at the network's upfront presentation.