List of the best seasons of 30 Rock, ranked from best to worst, with DVD cover images when available. Fans of 30 Rock are very passionate about the series and its amazing cast, so it's no surprise that arguments are often had over which is the best season of 30 Rock. This ranking of all 30 Rock seasons has been voted on by many fans of the show, so this list isn't just one person's opinion. Some of the greatest episodes of 30 Rock come from different seasons, so determining what the best 30 Rock season is can be challenging.
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30 Rock - Season 2When Jerry Seinfeld confronts Jack about a new marketing campaign which featured clips of Seinfeld, he has a chance encounter with Liz that gives her some much needed advice. During the TGS summer hiatus, Jenna becomes overweight due to performing in the Broadway show Mystic Pizza: The Musical. Tracy has encountered some marital problems with his wife Angie Jordan and they become separated, but later reunite. Jack develops a relationship with a Democratic congresswoman named Celeste "C. C." CunninghamIs this a good season?
30 Rock - Season 3Jack tries to get his job - and his promotion - back. Meanwhile, Liz tries to adopt a baby, while Tracy enjoys the success of his pornographic videogame as Jenna sues him for not properly compensating her.Is this a good season?
30 Rock - Season 5Season 5 focuses on Liz Lemon's continuing relationship with Carol Burnett (Matt Damon), Jack's start into fatherhood with fiancée Avery, struggling with the merger of NBCUniversal with Kabletown, Tracy's foray into getting an EGOT, and Kenneth's attempt to get back to NBC.Is this a good season?
30 Rock - Season 7Season 7, the final season, continues to develop the relationship between Liz and Criss, as the pair try for children and consider getting married. Meanwhile, Jack attempts to improve his future prospects at the company, first by trying to "tank" NBC and convince Kabletown CEO Hank Hooper to sell it, and later by plotting to discredit his granddaughter and future CEO, Kaylee Hooper. Tracy has found success with his new movie studio, which produces comedy films mostly starring African American actors, in similar fashion to Tyler Perry; Jenna prepares to marry her longterm boyfriend Paul, and Kenneth has started a relationship with Hazel, unaware that she is using him to get her moment on TGS.Is this a good season?