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After I lost weight, there was interest in putting me on camera." Her role in Weekend Update was well received by critics. Fey delivers such blow darts – poison filled jokes written in long, precisely parsed sentences unprecedented in Update history – with such a bright, sunny countenance makes her all the more devilishly delightful." Dennis Miller, a former cast member of SNL and anchor of Weekend Update, was pleased with Fey as one of the anchors for the segment: "...
Fey might be the best Weekend Update anchor who ever did it. The reception was positive, with Rachel Sklar of the Chicago Tribune noting that the pairing "has been a hilarious, pitch-perfect success as they play off each other with quick one-liners and deadpan delivery".s February 2015 appraisal of all 141 SNL cast members to date, Fey was ranked third in importance (behind John Belushi and Eddie Murphy).
It also stars Fey's former co-star Jane Krakowski, as well as Tituss Burgess (who had previously appeared in four 30 Rock episodes) and Carol Kane.
Although it was originally produced for NBC, it was eventually sold to Netflix and immediately renewed for a second season.
and later used Louis-Dreyfus to play the stand-in for the character of Liz Lemon in flashback scenes during the live episode of the fifth season.
After receiving 13 Emmy Award nominations and two wins for the final season, 30 Rock ended its critically acclaimed run with 112 Emmy award nominations.
On July 16, 2015, the series was nominated for seven Primetime Emmy Awards, including Outstanding Comedy Series.
Able to convey Kate's intentions and feelings through the simple looks and inflections, she never melodramatizes her situation; nor does her efficient, perfectionist side become overbearing." Fey later starred in the 2014 comedy-drama This Is Where I Leave You, helmed by Date Night director Shawn Levy.
They credited her with "salvaging 'Update' from a decade-long losing streak," and "slapping SNL out of its late-nineties coma." In 2002, Fey suggested a pilot episode for a situation comedy about a cable news network to NBC, which rejected it.
The pilot was reworked to revolve around an SNL style series, and was accepted by NBC.
After leaving SNL in 2006, Fey created the television series 30 Rock for Broadway Video, a sitcom loosely based on her experiences at SNL.
In the series, Fey starred as Liz Lemon, the head writer of a fictional sketch comedy series.