Sunday 20:00 on NBC
7 Seasons, 157 Episodes

Genre: Musical / Politics / Soap /


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 have humor and dedication that touches the heart while the politics that they discuss touch on everyday life.
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The West Wing: SEASON 7, EPISODE 22: Tomorrow | TVBuzer

Aired: May 14,2006

After seven seasons of the Award-winning drama series, the Bartlet Administration prepares to leave the White House and The West Wing. While Santos and his winning camp are nervously gearing up for the presidential inauguration, current President Bartlet (Martin Sheen), CJ (Allison Janney) and the others fondly look back as they prepare to leave th... more

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Lord John Marbury

What's a little nuclear war between India and Pakistan when Josh get a subpoena about his investigation into illegal drug use in the White House?  Are we going to have time to answer questions from the press when the press secretary is the least trusted member inside or outside the administration? These are valid questions that come to light on The West Wing Season 1 Episode 11 when war outside the capitol seem far less severe than what's going on inside the building. ... more

In Excelsis Deo

For a holiday-themed hour, The West Wing Season 1 Episode 10 was a little more scattered than I would have expected, but the main story was thoughtful and left a beautiful impression. After recently noting I don't feel I know quite enough about Toby, he was featured in depth here, but other than his compassion and awareness of what should be offered by the government he loves, there is still a lot to learn about the man. That's OK. I have a lot of time to ge... more

The Short List

"I wanted a Democrat, but instead I got you." That's what a retiring Chief Justice said to President Bartlet on The West Wing Season 1 Episode 9. After putting off his retirement for five years waiting for a new administration to take office, he thought he hit the jackpot with Bartlet. He was apparently surprised when the President moved to the center of the road in his political leanings so quickly after the election. Peyton Cabot Harrison III. It's a nice na... more



The West Wing: The Best Non-Netflix Shows on Netflix News | TVBuzer

The Best Non-Netflix Shows on Netflix

It’s no secret that as a content producer, Netflix Originals have contributed heavily to the peak TV era. In fact, earlier this year the streaming behemoth announced a focus on originals to bank new subscribers. But that is far from all the platform does. In fact, in the sea of series on the service, there are more than a few licensed gems. Beloved classic series such as “Friends” and “Frasier” have seen second lives (and picked up quite a few new fans who were too young or — gasp — perhaps not even born yet a... more

The West Wing: Aaron Sorkin Gets Political At 'The West Wing' 20th Anniversary Panel: 'Better Voters Get Us Better Candidates' News | TVBuzer

Aaron Sorkin Gets Political At 'The West Wing' 20th Anniversary Panel: 'Better Voters Get Us Better Candidates'

“The West Wing” debuted 20 years ago in the fall of 1999 when Bill Clinton was in office, and the Aaron Sorkin-created political drama ran for seven seasons, through the Bush administration. Looking back now, Sorkin says the storylines that seemed like a big deal at the time seem “so quaint” in 2019. “We know we’re living in unnerving times — especially this past week has been really incredible,&... more

The West Wing: 3 Reasons to Watch 'The Grinder' and 'Grandfathered' News | TVBuzer

3 Reasons to Watch 'The Grinder' and 'Grandfathered'

FOX's two newest sitcoms, Grandfathered and The Grinder premiere on the same night and both feature some high profile TV veterans. Consequently, there's no avoiding that the two shows will be talked about together and more than likely compared to each other. Though the two shows are actually nothing alike, both are heartwarming, hilarious and worthy of your time. Here are three reasons you should check out both Grandfathered and more


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