Alec Baldwin could soon be going back to 30 Rock.
The 54-year-old Emmy-winning actor has reportedly entered talks with NBC to host his own daily late-night talk show on the network, according to The New York Times.
Baldwin, who previously played NBC executive Jack Donaghy for seven seasons on the sitcom "30 Rock," would replace Carson Daly's "Last Call" half-hour-long program, currently in the 1:35 a.m. timeslot. It's unclear what would happen to Daly's show if the deal between Baldwin and NBC ends up happening, but things aren't looking good for "The Voice" host.
This latest move would come amid a series of big changes at NBC and in the world of late-night talk shows in general. Earlier this month, it was announced that CBS' David Letterman.when steps down in February, 2014. That decision came after ABC moved "Jimmy Kimmel Live!" into the 11:35 p.m. timeslot in order to compete with Leno and
Interviewing high-profile figures appears to come naturally to Baldwin. His podcast series, "Here's The Thing," has developed a cult following featuring his notable chats with stars like Chris Rock.
Baldwin is currently starring on Broadway in "Orphans," which runs until June 30.
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