The West Wing creator (all all-round genius), Aaron Sorkin has revealed he has come up with an idea as to how the show could return to our screens.
Hugh Grant, Kristin Scott-Thomas and Allison Janney will each be the subject of BAFTA’s A Life In Pictures in the run-up to Christmas.
This year’s Primetime Emmy Awards take place on September 17, hosted by Stephen Colbert.
Here’s who’ll be taking to the stage to handout the awards:
It’s less than a week until the 71st Tony Awards in New York.
The annual event, this year hosted by Kevin Spacey, honours the best in theatre.
Rob Lowe has hinted that The West Wing could be set to make a return.
Lowe says he’d “be up for a reboot” and he thinks “that might happen”.
As has become tradition on GirlOnFilms, I’d like to wish all readers a very happy Christmas with a clip from my favourite TV series, The West Wing.
This clip is actually from a Thanksgiving episode, but turkeys are a big part of Christmas dinner in the UK so I’m allowing it.
ps, if the Oscars really were like that then I think we’d all watch!
The latest edition of That’s A Wrap from Angie Greaves and I is literally bursting with the best entertainment news.
From The Jackson Five’s new book to a new Lando Calrissian, from my review of Trolls to Benedict Cumberbatch’s SNL gig, and from Ryan Lochte’s film debut to Lionel Richie’s scented candles, we’ve got you covered.
The great Allison Janney is returning to theatre, starring in a new production of Six Degrees of Seperation on Broadway next spring.
The always brilliant Allison Janney will be honoured in Hollywood on October 17.
She will receive a star on the Hollywood Walk of Fame – and Monday will be Allison Janney day in Hollywood.
In a case of life imitating art, six members of the cast from The West Wing will hit the campaign trail for Hillary Clinton this weekend.