NBC Would Like To Bring Back Every Show, Ever.

'NBC Entertainment chairman Bob Greenblatt recently admitted that he’s spoken to the creators of “The West Wing,” “The Office,” “ER” and “30 Rock” about bringing their respective series back to the air. “The Office” and “30 Rock” ended a mere four years ago, while “The West Wing” concluded in 2006 and “ER” in 2009.

Of the shows on Greenblatt’s wish list, it seems most likely that “The Office” will reemerge. He said NBC’s executives “often” discuss the show with creator Greg Daniels, weighing the option of introducing a new cast. “I’ve talked to Greg four times over the past few years,” Greenblatt said. “So far, it’s always, ‘[Maybe] some day but not now.’”

The other three are more questionable, but Greenblatt said he’s talked to Tina Fey about “30 Rock” (“I don’t know, maybe,” Fey said), Aaron Sorkin about “The West Wing” (“You know I love that show and some day I’d love to revisit it, but it’s not going to happen right now,” Sorkin said), and John Wells about “ER” (“There is nothing concrete,” Greenblatt said).

The network is already officially on board for revivals of Miami Vice and Will & Grace.
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