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Allison Janney surprises White House pressroom with briefing as 'The West Wing's' C.J. Cregg

Actress Allison Janney who played Press Secretary C.J. Cregg on Aaron Sorkin's beloved White House drama "The West Wing" made her triumphant return to the White House briefing room Friday. Janney feinted at running the news conference in lieu of White House Press Secretary Josh Earnest, who, she...

Shaun King Sabotaged By His Editor At New York Daily News?

Shaun King has been at the center of controversy numerous times due to his own doing. But at least today, this is not the case. Even critically acclaimed television writer Aaron Sorkin may not be able to write a wilder tale than what was revealed this week. Show More Summary

Ted Cruz, Not Paul Ryan, Would Probably Win A Contested Convention

It’s like something out of an Aaron Sorkin script. After their bitterly divisive primary, the Republican delegates come together to nominate John Kasich on the fourth ballot at a contested convention in Cleveland, despite his having won only his home state of Ohio. Or they choose House Speaker Paul Ryan, despite his not having run […]

Aaron Sorkin Reteams with NBC for ‘A Few Good Men’ Live Production in 2017

Continuing their trend of live event television, NBC has announced their next production will reteam the network with their The West Wing and Studio 60 on the Sunset Strip creator and writer Aaron Sorkin for a live presentation of the acclaimed courtroom drama A Few Good Men. Show More Summary

'A Few Good Men' Announced as NBC's Next Live Production, Expected in 2017

The year isn't halfway yet but there's already a lot to look forward to in 2017. One of it will be a live presentation of Emmy and Oscar-winner Aaron Sorkin's drama "A Few Good Men." As stated in the report by Deadline, Sorkin, who is...Show More Summary

Can you handle it? 'A Few Good Men' coming to NBC in live adaptation

The play, which first hit Broadway in 1989, put writer Aaron Sorkin on the map.

NBC Expands From Live Musicals To Its First Live Stage Play

“[The network] said on Wednesday that in early 2017 it will broadcast a live version of A Few Good Men, Aaron Sorkin’s 1989 Broadway play that was later adapted into a popular 1992 film starring Jack Nicholson and Tom Cruise.”

NBC Will Produce A Live Version Of Aaron Sorkin's A Few Good Men In 2017!

Forget Broadway! The best live theatre can be found on TV! On Wednesday, NBC announced it will produce a live version of Aaron Sorkin's critically acclaimed play A Few Good Men! This is the network's first live drama. The West Wing creator will collaborate with Craig Zadan and Neil Meron, who produced The Sound of Music Live, [...]

NBC live gets the Sorkin treatment with 'A Few Good Men'

After several live musicals and the wildly successful The Wiz, NBC's live theater sights have shifted to Aaron Sorkin's A Few Good Men. Sorkin wrote the 1989 Broadway production and Academy Award-nominated 1992 film. SEE ALSO: 'To Kill...Show More Summary

NBC Back in Business With Aaron Sorkin

NBC has revealed plans for a live production from Emmy and Academy Award winner Aaron Sorkin, the mastermind behind the network’s acclaimed “The West Wing.” The network announced that it will air a live production of Sorkin’s stage play “A...

Aaron Sorkin Reflects on Working with David Fincher and the Opening of ‘The Social Network’

Aaron Sorkin has collaborated with some of the best filmmakers working today. Bennett Miller (Moneyball), Danny Boyle (Steve Jobs), and David Fincher (The Social Network) — all of them made first-rate films out of Sorkin’s first-rate writing. Show More Summary

'A Few Good Men' returns to stage in 2017 for live TV production

NBC just ordered a Code Red. A Few Good Men was a Broadway play way back in 1989 before it was a blockbuster movie starring Tom Cruise. And now we’ll be able to see it as writer Aaron Sorkin meant it to be seen: live on stage. And, well, on TV.You want the truth?!? RELATED POST PROFILESHARE

Aaron Sorkin Is Bringing A Few Good Men Live to NBC in 2017, Turning Himself Into a Vintage Aaron Sorkin Character

After a career spent writing about people who make live television (Sports Night, Studio 60 on the Sunset Strip, The Newsroom), Aaron Sorkin is taking on the honored rite himself, writing and executive producing a live production of A Few Good Men for NBC. The courtroom drama, which originally brought Sorkin... More »

NBC Making Live Production of 'A Few Good Men'

You can't handle the truth? Well, NBC can! For its next live production, the network is teaming up with Aaron Sorkin to air a version of his stage play and movie in early 2017. Sorkin made his professional debut writing "A Few Good Men," which opened on Broadway in 1989. Show More Summary

NBC taps Aaron Sorkin and 'A Few Good Men' for next live production

A few good men are making their way to NBC and one of them happens to be Aaron Sorkin. The Emmy- and Oscar-winning screenwriter is returning to the network to spearhead a live performance of his acclaimed play "A Few Good Men," which is set to air in early 2017, NBC announced Wednesday. "The West...

Aaron Sorkin Bringing A Few Good Men Live Presentation to NBC

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NBC to Air A FEW GOOD MEN Live on TV

After airing musical productions live, NBC is moving toward the more dramatic and adapting Aaron Sorkin’s stage production of A FEW GOOD MEN for a live TV performance. Sorkin originally wrote A FEW GOOD MEN, which premiered on Broadway in 1989 at the Music Box Theatre. Three years later he adapted the play as a […]

Aaron Sorkin Producing A Few Good Men Live for NBC

Aaron Sorkin will produce a live production of A Few Good Men for NBC, the network announced Wednesday. There have been rumors that Sorkin would adapt the play for live TV since 2014, but now we know they weren't the results of someShow More Summary

NBC to Air a Live Version of ‘A Few Good Men’

The television adaptation of Aaron Sorkin's play will be broadcast in 2017.

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