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  1. The West Wing (TV Series 1999–2006) - IMDb

    Sep 22, 1999 · Created by Aaron Sorkin. With Martin Sheen, Rob Lowe, Allison Janney, John Spencer. Inside the lives of staffers in the West Wing of the White House.

  2. The West Wing - Wikipedia

    The West Wing is an American serial political drama television series created by Aaron Sorkin that was originally broadcast on NBC from September 1999 to May 2006. The series is set primarily in the West Wing of the White House, where the Oval Office and offices of presidential senior staff are located, during the fictitious Democratic administration of Josiah Bartlet.

    • September 22, 1999 –, May 14, 2006
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    • The West Wing S01E11 Lord John Marbury
    • The West Wing S02E21 18th And Potomac
    • The West Wing S04E18 - Privateers
    • The West Wing S01E02 - Post Hoc
  3. The West Wing - Rotten Tomatoes

    Critics Consensus: The West Wing is a gripping fantasy of lawmakers and government operatives looking to make a difference, presenting an idealized vision of politicking that audiences can strive...

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    When the erudite Democrat Josiah "Jed" Bartlet is elected U.S. president, he installs his administration. He places confidants from his electoral campaigns in the White House. Each of these people play a significant role in the Washington power game: the Chief of Staff (Leo McGarry), his deputy (Josh Lyman), Communications Director (Toby Zeigler), deputy (Sam Seaborn, and later, Will Bailey), and press secretary (CJ Cregg). Also in key positions are the assistants of each of the power players. We follow these people through many political battles, as well as some personal ones. Also playing roles are the First Lady (Abigail Bartlet), the President's daughters (Elizabeth, Eleanor, and Zoey), and the personal aide to the President (Charlie Young). All make this series, which supposedly follows the political events (often paraphrasing historical reality) almost day by day, more than merely a political soap.

    Rob Lowe as Sam Seaborn (Season 1—4, special guest 7)
    Moira Kelly as Mandy Hampton (Season 1)
    Dulé Hill as Charlie Young ("A Proportional Response" —)
    Allison Janney as C.J. Cregg
    Richard Schiff as Toby Ziegler
    John Spencer as Leo McGarry

    Six actors were credited as regulars in all seven seasons: Martin Sheen, Allison Janney, John Spencer, Bradley Whitford, Richard Schiff, and Dule Hill. Janel Moloney was in every episode of Season 1, although she was not credited as a main cast member until Season 2. Stockard Channing joined as a main in the third season, with guest appearances in seasons one and two. Rob Lowe left the series in the fourth season, but returned for two guest appearances in season seven. Joshua Malina became a main in season four. Jimmy Smits, Alan Alda, and Mary McCormack became series mains in season six and Kristin Chenowethbecame a main in season seven. A number of other actors also had repeated guest appearances throughout all seven seasons, but none of them were ever listed as regulars. Moira Kelly was a main cast member in season one, but her character disappeared from the show after the first season and no explanation was ever given for her departure. An inside joke about those characters in t...

    The West Wing universe exists totally outside the "real world", even to the extent that Presidential elections are held in what would normally be mid-term years in the real world. No real world presidential administration is acknowledged after President Richard M. Nixon's. Despite this separation, a number of episodes referenced real-life issues and incidents. The show was sometimes called "The Left Wing" by conservative critics for its often liberal treatment of real-life political, economic.

    Season 1 The first season began in the middle of the first year into President Bartlet's first term. The senior staff were still getting used to their positions and were making a number of media blunders. After a full-time media consultant, Mandy, was hired, things began to run more smoothly, until evidence of Chief of Staff Leo McGarry's past prescription drug abuse came to light, causing more media problems. A number of "real world" issues were explored, including hate crimes, the death penalty, the census, and election reform. The season ended with a cliffhanger episode showing an assassination attempt. Season 2 The second season began with a two-part resolution to the season one cliffhanger, in which the target of the assassination was revealed to be Charlie Young. The attempt failed, but the President and Josh Lyman were hit instead. Flashbacks revealed how the senior staff came to work for the administration and the whitehouse. Then, following the mid-term elections in 2000, t...

    The show won 26 Emmy awards over the course of its run, nine in its first season alone, a record that still stands for most wins by a TV series in a single season. It won "Oustanding Drama Series", "Outstanding Supporting Actor and Actress in a Drama Series", and "Outstanding Main Title Theme Music". The show also won 2 Golden Globe awards, as well as dozens of other critics' awards.

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  4. 'The West Wing' reunion starring original cast coming to HBO Max

    Aug 25, 2020 · President Josiah Bartlet will soon return to the small screen. That’s because “The West Wing” reunion special is in the works at HBO Max. No date has been announced yet, but according to the...

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  5. West Wing - Wikipedia

    The West Wing ground floor is also the site of a small dining facility staffed by Naval culinary specialists and called the White House Mess. [12] [13] It is located underneath the Oval Office, and was established by President Truman on June 11, 1951.

  6. The West Wing - Episode Guide -

    The West Wing provides a glimpse into presidential politics in the nation's capital as it tells the stories of the members of a fictional presidential administration. These interesting characters ...

  7. Inside the WH - West Wing Tour | The White House
    • Navy Mess. The Navy Mess at the White House, June 25, 2009. (Official White House Photo by Lawrence Jackson) Navy Stewards have provided food service to the Commander in Chief since 1880.
    • Situation Room. The Situation Room of the White House, Dec. 30, 2011. (Official White House Photo by Chuck Kennedy) President Barack Obama and Vice President Joe Biden, along with members of the national security team, receive an update on the mission against Osama bin Laden in the Situation Room of the White House, May 1, 2011.
    • West Colonnade. President Barack Obama walks along the Colonnade of the White House to the Oval Office, Feb. 14, 2011. (Official White House Photo by Lawrence Jackson)
    • Rose Garden & South Lawn. State Dinner in the Rose Garden of the White House, June 7, 2011. (Official White House Photo by Pete Souza) President Barack Obama walks through the Rose Garden of the White House with National Security Advisor Tom Donilon, April 14, 2011.
  8. List of The West Wing episodes - Wikipedia

    The West Wing is an American serial political drama television series created by Aaron Sorkin that aired on NBC from September 22, 1999 to May 14, 2006. There are 154 regular season episodes, plus the special episodes "Isaac and Ishmael" and "Documentary Special".

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    "A Proportional Response"
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