Creator Dan Fogelman also hopes that he thinks the gender barrier in Major League Baseball will be broken soon as the series remains more than relevant in today's landscape. read more
I had been utterly unengaged with with TV about the time that I met this particular cute girl, and she told me that she love the West Wing and watched it every week. There was, if I recall correctly, one more episode showing in the penultimate season, and we watched it together. I liked it.…
In just looking at the trailer for “Designated Survivor,” ABC’s new show starring Kiefer Sutherland, it’s easy to be reminded of the terror-fueled popcorn film “Olympus Has Fallen” or, more specifically, given its lead actor, “24.” (Or for “Battlestar Galactica” fans, President Laura Roslin.) In...
President Obama’s birthday is today, and it’s the final time he’ll have a chance to blow the candles out in the White House. The West Wing has no official comment about the festivities, but it’s looking like POTUS — who typically prefers to spend birthdays with family or on low-key date nights — will mark his 55th with […]
There are actually three West Wings right now on Pennsylvania Avenue: one at the White House, and two in an office building a block away, where Donald Trump and Hillary Clinton’s campaigns are already planning the transition to the next administration. Show More Summary
The artist behind Owen talks Bloodline, The West Wing, and Bob Ross.
West Wing receptionist Leah Katz-Hernandez, who is deaf, gives a tour of the West Wing of The White House using American Sign Language. West Wing Receptionist Leah Katz-Hernandez narrates a tour of the West Wing in American Sign Language, visiting the West Wing Lobby, the West Colonnade, the Rose Garden, the White House Press Briefing […]
She worked at the Chicago of office of Obama's 2012 re-election campaign and then as an assistant in the office of First Lady Michelle Obama. In her current position, she welcomes visitors to the West Wing.
Want a tour of the real West Wing but don't want to make the trek to Washington D.C.? Leah Katz-Hernandez has you covered. She is the West Wing receptionist at the White House and in a new video, she gives us a thorough glimpse of the...Show More Summary
This week, we celebrated the 26th anniversary of the Americans with Disabilities Act. The President welcomed another President - from Mexico, sat down for some candid interviews, and inspired our current class of interns. That's July 22nd to July 28th or, "You Think I'm Spry Now."
The West Wing was a fantastic series that followed the exploits of the White House staff as they went through everything from scandal to re-election to crisis. Times have changed since the finale in 2006, and creator Aaron Sorkin has thoughts about a possible revival.
The West Wing was a series about politics and life behind closed doors in the White House. While it was always a fictional series, the show did nod at a lot of real-life stuff that was actually going on in the world.
PHILADELPHIA (AP) — Hillary Clinton became the first female presidential nominee of a major party, and her husband made a personal but forceful case for her to reoccupy the White House — this time from the West Wing. Delegates erupted...Show More Summary
"What have you replaced them with? Cooking Channel or Shark Week? It's less violent!" retorted the Late Show host.
In the new Netflix film "Tallulah," "The West Wing" Emmy winner Allison Janney plays the mother of the character played by Ellen Page, Oscar-nominated for "Juno." Janney tells Kathie Lee and Hoda that off screen, it was more like Page was mothering her, because the young actress is so serene and "Zen." (Run time: 4:28)
Bruce Gordon and EcoFlight take wing to save the most important places in the American West.
Welcome to Random Roles, wherein we talk to actors about the characters who defined their careers. The catch: They don’t know beforehand what roles we’ll ask them to talk about. The actor: It’s a sign of Richard Schiff’s busy schedule...Show More Summary
More political comedy, and enter Mr. Trump.
Lin-Manuel Miranda wasn't the only star to depart Hamilton on July 9 — Phillipa Soo, Ariana DeBose and Leslie Odom, Jr. took their final bows as well. SEE ALSO: Lin-Manuel Miranda ends 'Hamilton' run with a 'West Wing' curtain call It was a busy night at New York's Richard Rodgers Theatre, as these photos show. Show More Summary
Lin-Manuel Miranda took his final Hamilton curtain call to a massive standing ovation and to the theme song of one of his most favorite shows, The West Wing.