All seven seasons of The West Wing will be available to stream in the UK via All 4 from 21st October.Continue reading The West Wing heads to All 4
A trailer for the special episode of The West Wing which is encouraging Americans to vote has been released.Continue reading Watch: The West Wing Reunion Trailer
If you’re a long-term reader of this site, you will know I consider The West Wing to be the greatest TV series ever made.
And so I can’t tell you how overjoyed I am at the news the show is coming back for a special one-off episode. The only thing that could make me happier would be a full-blown revival.Continue reading The greatest TV series ever is making a comeback
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.
It’s another That’s A Wrap entertainment news podcast with Angie Greaves and me.
This week we’ve got everything covered.
In book news, we’re talking about Jamie Lee Curtis’s anti-selfie book, Michael Stipe’s photo book and Kevin Hart’s tale of life lessons.
Loads of old Downton Abbey stars are joining forces once again for a new film called The Guernsey Literary and Potato Peel Pie Society. Plus, Brie Larson is playing the first women to run for US President (not Hillary), but Amy Schumer’s dropped out of the Barbie movie.
A former Loose Woman is heading to the stage on London, Jessie Wallace is starring in a new stage thriller, and the Mean Girls musical will premiere in Washington DC.
And Carey Mulligan’s returning to TV for the BBC and Rob Lowe and his sons are on the hunt for the unexplained…
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”.
Actor Rob Lowe will receive a star on the Hollywood Walk of Fame next week.
Pharrell Williams has landed a guest star role on The Simpsons. He’ll appear in the 26th season of the show in an episode called Walking Big & Tall. Pharrell will appear as himself in a story which will see him offer to write an anthem for the city of Springfield.
Sherlock actress Lara Pulver and Peter Davison will join Imelda Staunton in the new West End production of Gypsy. The musical opens at the Savoy Theatre on March 28. Pulver will reprise the role of Louise in the show which is transferring to london after a successful run in Chichester. Davison takes over the role of Herbie from Kevin Whateley.