Fast Track: Are '30 Rock's' days numbered?

A roundup of entertainment headlines for Wednesday.

Alec Baldwin says "30 Rock" will end next year. Are you listening, "Office" producers? (New York Magazine)

Ray Romano, James Spader and Catherine Tate are all reportedly going to be on "The Office" season finale. No, "Office" producers, guest stars won't save you now. (Hollywood Reporter)

Dish Network is now the proud owner of Blockbuster. Congratulations? (Los Angeles Times)

Meanwhile, Netflix has won the right to stream "Mad Men" reruns. Viva Don Draper! (Los Angeles Times)

Preferring to know their enemy, the "American Idol" top 9 visited TMZ this week. (Los Angeles Times)

Mariah Carey is naked and pregnant all over the cover of this week's Life & Style magazine. (Huffington Post)

Kirstie Alley fell down, but Wendy Williams got the axe on "Dancing With the Stars." (Los Angeles Times)

For some reason, the MPAA apparently doesn't want us to see the trailer for "The Hangover Part II." (SlashFilm)

Meredith Vieira may leave "Today" in September. Not even the allure of the show's boozy final hour is enough to make her stay. (Los Angeles Times)

The geek heavens are trembling today as "Lost" creator Damon Lindelof and "Game of Thrones" creator George R.R. Martin are having a battle over how successful the end of "Lost" was. (Entertainment Weekly)

Justin Bieber set his mom's hair on fire while presenting her with a birthday cake. (PopEater)

Ke$ha wants to go skinny-dipping with Britney Spears. Who would have thought we'd be saying this, but ... "yawn." (People)

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