There's been a ton of speculation about Baldwin's moves after his contract expires, but Fey, the creator and star of the series whose contract is also up, indicated they haven't given up on keeping him around.
"You know, we're going to keep talking to him," Fey told Deadline. "I think he's a person who talks sometimes and changes his mind, like any person. But we are going to keep talking to him, and as soon as I know, I will let you know."
Executive producer Lorne Michaels told reporters there's life still left in '30 Rock' during the summer TCA's.
"I can't imagine doing the show without Alec, but I couldn't imagine doing ['Saturday Night Live'] without Chevy," Michaels told Vulture. "And we're still on the air."
Along with the talk of departures, Fey and the producers have to deal with fallout from Tracy Morgan's anti-gay joke controversy.
"Because of my real-life pregnancy, we don't go back on the air until January," Fey said. "I'm hoping that Tracy will have, and the world will have, forgotten about that by then. He from the first has gone around very sincerely and done his best to try to make up for the foolishness."
Fey said she hasn't ruled out turning it into a '30 Rock' plot.