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Bradley Whitford Moves From The West Wing To Studio 60

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Posted by Rhys Alexander
Categories: Drama, NBC, Talent, West Wing, The,

West Wing star Bradley Whitford will join an esteemed cast, including Matthew Perry and Amanda Peet, in the new comedy Studio 60 on the Sunset Strip. He’ll also reunite with Aaron Sorkin, creator of the West Wing, who heads this new show. Studio 60 is a drama/satire of a late night sketch show reminiscent of Saturday Night Live. How can the show fail with this much talent? Of course…NBC is notorious for canceling excellent shows. (Can …

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Farewell To The West Wing

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Posted by Rhys Alexander
Categories: Drama, Prime Time, NBC, West Wing, The, News,

The West Wing will end its seven-year run in May. Most viewers will agree that the cancellation has long been due. With the departure of Martin Sheen, and the death of beloved character Leo McGarry, the series has lost its sparkle. Be sure to tune in on May 14th to bid your fond farewells.  ...

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The West Wing Writers At A Loss After Death Of Beloved Cast Member

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Posted by Rhys Alexander
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The West Wing writers are scrambling to come up with a plot solution to deal with the sudden death of John Spencer. Spencer portrayed Leo McGarry , administration chief of staff in previous seasons, and vice presidential candidate this season. Besides being an important featured player on the show, Spencer was a fan favorite and will be deeply missed. Oddly, Spencer’s character, Leo McGarry, suffered a near-fatal heart attack last season, the same affliction Spencer died …

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The West Wing:  Live Debate

In case anyone thought the West Wing live experiment would go unnoticed, you were wrong.  The debate between Republican presidential candidate, Arnold Vinick, and Democratic candidate, Matt Santos, brought in nearly ten million people.  The debate, moderated by TV news veteran Forrest Sawyer, brought in approximately 1.5 million viewers than on an average Sunday night. Maybe people were eager to finally see a debate between two intelligent and articulate men?  I know I was. Read …

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