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West Wing Dreams: Why President Bartlet Is Needed Now More Than Ever

West Wing Dreams: Why President Bartlet Is Needed Now More Than Ever

Are you missing the days of President Josiah Bartlet (Martin Sheen) from NBC's The West Wing? Yes, he was fictional, but they were still better times, to say the least, even though he was the fictional amalgamation of Presidents Bill Clinton and George W Bush, with a splash of the power to change the world[...]

Josh Malina Posts The West Wing Reboot Fuel

Josh Malina Posts 'The West Wing' Reboot Fuel

In the current political climate, perhaps no series would fit the bill as well as Aaron Sorkin's masterpiece, The West Wing.Perhaps the most vocal of these is Josh Malina, host of The West Wing Weekly podcast, who was also, you know, ON THE DAMN SHOW as Will Bailey.Tonight he posted this image to twitter, knowing exactly what he[...]

Martin Sheen Says Playing President Bartlet Again Would Be Very Satisfying

Martin Sheen Says Playing President Bartlet Again Would Be "Very Satisfying"

Martin Sheen, who played President Josiah Bartlet on NBC's acclaimed and much-missed political drama series The West Wing, has said returning to the role would be very satisfying.[caption id="attachment_809049" align="aligncenter" width="600"] Credit: Krista Kennell / Shutterstock.com[/caption]In a recent interview with The Los Angeles Times about the upcoming CNN special series The Kennedys, which Sheen is producing and narrating,[...]

Actor Roger Rees Has Passed Away

Actor Roger Rees Has Passed Away

where he was John Stonebrake, The West Wing as British Ambassador Lord John Marbury and more recently in Elementary as Holmes friend Alistair Moore But to me he will always be the Sheriff of Rottingham in the classic Mel Brook's film Robin Hood: Men In Tights.Rees first drew notice as the lead in the Life[...]

How Can We Persuade Aaron Sorkin To Write Superheroes

How Can We Persuade Aaron Sorkin To Write Superheroes?

He may just not have realised it.Specifically in the West Wing and Newsroom, he has written bold characters, good of heart, wanting to do the right thing, though their intentions are often complicated by their all-too-human flaws But they believe in duty, in fixing mistakes and taking responsibility They have principles, even if those principles[...]