We asked you which of eight departing comedy series you most wanted to see get some Emmy love.
As you can see from the chart of results above, you overwhelmingly went for “30 Rock.” (If you haven’t voted yet, take a minute and do so in the poll at the bottom of this post.)
This laffer, which exited after seven years, topped our poll with just under 50% of the vote. It won Best Comedy Series three times in a row beginning in 2007. This year, it sits in fifth place in our exclusive ranking of contenders.
“The Office,” which won the top prize in 2006, came in second in our poll, with 20% of you hoping that the TV academy would give this mockumentary a farewell hug.
“Happy Endings” had a loyal, if little, following and rated third place in our poll with 15% of you hoping that it could finally earn some Emmy love.
The only other departing series to break double digits in our poll was “Enlightened,” the off-beat Laura Dern laffer that was axed by HBO after two season. It merited fourth place in our poll with the support of 12% of our readers.