NBC orders full season of “Whitney,” so when will “30 Rock” air again?

NBC announced today it had ordered full-season commitments for new sitcoms Whitney and Up All Night, leaving the fate of fellow rookie Free Agents up in the air (it airs a new episode Wednesday night, so if you want to support it, then you should watch it!).

So what timeslot does that leave for 30 Rock, which gave up its Thursday-night position this fall for Whitney and moved to midseason to also allow for Tina Fey’s pregnancy?

Would it move into the 10 p.m. hour if Prime Suspect bows out after 13 episodes? ITV sold it into international syndication at the recent MIPCOM event.

Would it move to a new night?

Just curious.

30 Rock just began production of its sixth season in New York City.

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