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Entertainment 'The West Wing' cast reunites again, this time for a book

18:41  19 october  2020
18:41  19 october  2020 Source:   dailymail.co.uk

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The stars of The West Wing are once again joining together, this time for a book about the award-winning White House television drama. Cast members recently reunited for a staged reading of a 2002 episode about election politics and tensions with China that premiered last week on HBO Max

Concerts. Music Festivals. Books . Book Reviews. Author Interviews. You know why we don’t need a revival of The West Wing ? Because the cast keeps reuniting for PSAs — and we This is far from the first time these former fictional White House staffers have reunited for a cause they believe in.

Martin Sheen, Bradley Whitford posing for the camera: This combination photo shows the cast of the award-winning White House television drama. © Provided by Daily Mail This combination photo shows the cast of the award-winning White House television drama. "The West Wing", from left, Martin Sheen, Bradley Whitford and Allison Janney who will take part in a book project called "What's Next: A Citizen's Guide to The West Wing," organized by actors Melissa Fitzgerald and Mary McCormack, (AP Photo)

The stars of The West Wing are once again joining together, this time for a book about the award-winning White House television drama.

On Monday, Dutton announced that it had acquired 'What's Next: A Citizen's Guide to The West Wing,' organized by actors Melissa Fitzgerald and Mary McCormack, with the participation of Martin Sheen, Bradley Whitford, Allison Janney and series creator Aaron Sorkin among others.

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The West Wing ' cast members, including Martin Sheen, Allison Janney, Elisabeth Moss, Bradley Whitford, Janel Moloney, Kathryn Joosten, Stockard Channing

The West Wing special is the latest in a string of cast reunions during America’s lockdowns to benefit various relief efforts, from sitcoms such as 1980s staple The Goonies. It arrives at HBO Max weeks after a long-gestating Friends reunion was postponed again due to ongoing Covid considerations.

What's Next will combine memories of the NBC program, which ran from 1999-2006, with 'a powerful case for competent and empathetic leadership, and for hope and optimism in what lies ahead,' according to Dutton, which has not set a release date.

In a joint statement, Fitzgerald and McCormack said the book was 'for the millions of fans who love the show, and also to show how that love, hope and optimism it has engendered has been channeled into real world service and action. The show was fictional, but its legacy is very real.'

Cast members recently reunited for a staged reading of a 2002 episode about election politics and tensions with China that premiered last week on HBO Max and was produced in partnership with When We All Vote, a nonpartisan civic organization whose founders include former first lady Michelle Obama, Tom Hanks and Faith Hill.

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The West Wing cast will reunite to rock the vote this fall. HBO Max announced on Tuesday that the show's creator, Aaron Sorkin, is bringing the cast of the celebrated NBC political drama together again in October for a special theatrical stage presentation of the Season 3 episode "Hartsfield's.

The series won four consecutive best drama series Emmy Awards beginning in 2000.

HBO's A West Wing Special that benefitted When We All Vote debuted October 15 on HBO Max.

Martin Sheen sitting in a chair talking on a cell phone: New: A West Wing Special to Benefit When We All Vote debuted October 15 © Provided by Daily Mail New: A West Wing Special to Benefit When We All Vote debuted October 15

The cast was Martin Sheen as U.S. President Josiah Bartlet, Rob Lowe as Sam Seaborn, Allison Janney as C.J. Cregg and Bradley Whitford as Josh Lyman.

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The special is a re-enactment of the Season 3 episode Hartsfield’s Landing, where President Bartlet squares off in chess matches with Sam and Toby (Richard Schiff).


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Series creator Sorkin revealed in an interview the episode, 'ends up being kind of an ode to voting.'

a man wearing a suit and tie: Re-enactment: The special is a re-enactment of the Season 3 episode Hartsfield’s Landing, where President Bartlett squares off in chess matches with Sam and Toby (Richard Schiff) © Provided by Daily Mail Re-enactment: The special is a re-enactment of the Season 3 episode Hartsfield’s Landing, where President Bartlett squares off in chess matches with Sam and Toby (Richard Schiff)

The special will showcased the organization entitled When We All Vote, a group created to increase election participation.

The special featured special messages during intermissions from When We All Vote co-chair Michelle Obama, former President Bill Clinton, Lin-Manuel Miranda, Samuel L. Jackson and others.

While these messages will come from prominent Democrats and Democratic supporters, Sorkin insists the special did not lean left.

a man wearing a suit and tie talking on a cell phone: Vote: The special will also showcase the organization entitled When We All Vote, a group created to increase election participation © Provided by Daily Mail Vote: The special will also showcase the organization entitled When We All Vote, a group created to increase election participation

'We are sincerely just asking people to vote. And that´s what When We All Vote is. Yes, one of its founders is Michelle Obama. But it is a nonpartisan organization," Sorkin said.

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HBO Max and West Wing creator Aaron Sorkin today announced that the cast of the landmark political series will be reuniting this fall for A West Wing The special will reunite all members of The West Wing cast for the first time in 17 years including Rob Lowe, Dulé Hill, Allison Janney, Janel Moloney

The West Wing cast , who are featured in EW's new cover story, are In an exclusive video to mark EW's cover story reuniting the West Wing cast , creator Aaron Sorkin For more on The West Wing cast reunion and EW's 30th anniversary, order the September issue of Entertainment Weekly now.

'At no point during this special will you hear the words "Joe Biden," "Donald Trump," "Democrat" or "Republican,"' Sorkin added.

Executive producer Casey Patterson added, 'there are no villains' in the special, which is meant to inspire an increase in voting across the board.

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Dulé Hill and Janel Moloney were also back with Sorkin adding that Sterling K. Brown was 'very generous with his time' in stepping in.

The special was filmed at a Los Angeles theater last month, with the production following strict, COVID Safe Way Forward Protocols.

For fans who don't have HBO Max, TNT will air Friday-night marathons of The West Wing from now until the November 3 election.

a man sitting at a table in front of a cake: Return: Also returning from the original series are Dulé Hill and Janel Moloney, with Sorkin adding that Sterling K. Brown was 'very generous with his time' in stepping in © Provided by Daily Mail Return: Also returning from the original series are Dulé Hill and Janel Moloney, with Sorkin adding that Sterling K. Brown was 'very generous with his time' in stepping in Read more

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