In the series finale, Liz continues to settle into her new role and Jack reflects on the developments in his life. Elsewhere, Kenneth adapts to his new job, and Jenna gears up to perform a farewell song as the gang reassembles for one final "TGS" show.
Liz settles into her new role and Jack reflects on the developments in his life. Elsewhere, Kenneth adapts to his new job, and Jenna gears up to perform a stirring farewell song as the final episode of "TGS" draws near.
Liz tries to mobilize the staffers to rescue "TGS" from cancellation. Meanwhile, Liz and Criss receive unforeseen family news; Tracy and Jenna focus on their careers beyond the show; and Jack sets out to hire the new NBC president.
Jack and Liz head to Florida to handle his late mother's estate, only to unearth a stunning discovery about her. Tracy and Jenna supervise the "TGS" staff in their absence, leading to disastrous results for Kenneth.
Jack joins forces with rival Devin Banks in a power play to wrest control of Kabletown from his cunning teen nemesis, Kaylie Hooper. Elsewhere, Liz mulls over motherhood, and Tracy tries to direct Octavia Spencer (playing herself) in his newest film.
Jenna could decide the presidential election, so political rivals Liz and Jack square off in a debate to win her vote. Meanwhile, Tracy teaches Kenneth about voting, and Pete attempts to recapture the magic of the 2008 election.
Season 7 opens with the "TGS" gang returning from hiatus, only to be shocked by Jack's awful fall programming lineup. Meanwhile, bridezilla Jenna taps Liz to be her maid of honor, and Tracy is invited to a dinner party by Kenneth and Hazel.