Welcome to the West Wing Week, your guide to everything that's happening at 1600 Pennsylvania Avenue. This week, the President welcomed a fellow President to the White House and held a whirlwind of meetings at the United Nations General Assembly. Show More Summary
“Netflix and chill?” But actually. I really want to binge The West Wing but would like to enjoy it with another human.
The screenwriter talks on why finding entertainment in the failure of others is wrong and how characters from “The West Wing” would respond to Donald Trump.
The man behind 'The West Wing' and 'The Social Network' takes on the life and work of Steve Jobs. A Q&A with Aaron Sorkin. The post Aaron Sorkin on Turning Steve Jobs Into a Film Icon appeared first on WIRED.
I love my husband Driftglass, and if there is one thing he knows gets on my nerves, it's his constant playing of West Wing YouTubes. Aaron Sorkin, while politically correct, gets on my nerves because his characters are often too good...Show More Summary
HE’S ANGLING FOR A LOVE NEST IN THE HAY-ADAMS HOTEL INSTEAD: Hillary Clinton not sure if Bill Clinton would get West Wing office. Hillary Clinton isn’t sure if former President Bill Clinton would have an office in the West Wing if she is elected president. “He’s a pretty busy guy, I don’t know anything like […]
Welcome to a very special Papal edition of your West Wing Week, your guide to everything that’s happening at 1600 Pennsylvania Avenue. This week, the White House was abuzz with preparation for the Pope’s arrival and the China State Visit, back-to-back ceremonies that kept the President and his staff very busy. Show More Summary
Rob Lowe is finally opening up about his departure from The West Wing and the ABC show Brothers & Sisters. Both shows suffered some major PR problems on the heels of Lowe’s departure, and now the actor is finally talking about what led to him leaving both shows. Show More Summary
Rob Lowe is reflecting on his TV career as he prepares to return to the small screen with the new comedy series, The Grinder. The 51-year-old actor's most recent...
You'd think someone named Mike Vegas would be all about money. But not this Mike Vegas. A bartender at AT&T Park in San Francisco (where Kim Kardashian got engaged to Kanye West!), Vegas recently ordered some chicken wings from Domino’s...Show More Summary
Astute Emmy viewers might have noticed something on winner and presenter Bradley Whitford's head: a hat. Yes, everyone noticed that the Transparent actor (who will forever be known to many fans as The West Wing's Josh Lyman) had on a fedora. Show More Summary
All the changes the television academy made definitely worked in Game of Thrones' favor. The HBO drama swept the Emmys, winning 12 awards out of 24 total nominations. The previous record was held by The West Wing, which won nine Emmys in 2000. Show More Summary
This week, the President marked the 14th anniversary of 9/11, met with troops around the world at a multimedia town hall at Fort Meade, crashed a back-to-school bus tour in Iowa, sat down with esteemed author Marilynne Robinson, and hosted Connecticut Huskies, Spanish royalty, and genuine American heroes at the White House. Show More Summary
Jed Bartlet is fondly remembered in 2064. read more
This fall, CBS will venture into genre television with a Supergirl series premiering in November, and it sounds like this is just the beginning of the network’s new direction into previously uncharted territory. CBS is working on a new...Show More Summary
Although it is now nearing a decade since the show was on the air, "The West Wing" still holds a special place in many television fans' Oval Office-shaped hearts. The 2016 presidential election is beginning to pick up steam (if only because of what's emanating from Donald Trump's head) but no candidate is matching the greatness of President Bartlet. Show More Summary
This week, the President welcomed to the White House the Saudi Arabian king, champions in athletic excellence, and awardees in artistic prowess. He also traveled to Massachusetts and Michigan. That's September 4th to September 10th or,...Show More Summary
The Premise: Starring Emmy Award nominee Rob Lowe (PARKS AND RECREATION, THE WEST WING) and Emmy Award and Golden Globe Award nominee Fred Savage (THE WONDER YEARS), THE GRINDER is a new comedy about two brothers: one a spotlight-grabbing actor who plays TV’s most popular lawyer and the other, a real-life, small-town attorney who has […]
Out next month: The Last of the President’s Men by Bob Woodward. Politico says the book reveals the secrets of Alexander Butterfield, a West Wing aide who oversaw the installation of President Richard Nixon’s fateful taping system.
Exciting news! There are rumors that Cate Blanchett will be playing red-headed comedy icon Lucille Ball in a new film produced by Ball's children, Lucie Arnaz and Desi Arnaz, Jr. The screenplay will be by "West Wing's" Aaron Sorkin,Show More Summary