Leonard Cohen Dead at 82 — Watch TV's Top 'Hallelujah' Moments
Singer/songwriter Leonard Cohen, whose “Hallelujah” became the soundtrack for some of TV’s most poignant moments, has died. READ MORE
Bradley Whitford to Reunite With West Wing Co-Star Allison Janney on Mom
Two key pieces of the Bartlet administration are teaming up again.
The West Wing Cast to Reunite, Campaign for Hillary Clinton in Ohio
Start up the motorcade: The cast of The West Wing is reuniting… and this time, they’ve got a real-life candidate to elect.
Six stars of NBC’s Emmy-winning political drama READ MORE
Unconventional Presidents: TV's Wildest Rides to the White House
This November, We The People will choose as President of the United States either the first woman to hold the position, or an ambitious businessman who has never been elected to any public office. READ MORE & VIEW PHOTOS
Hamilton's Lin-Manuel Miranda Takes Final Bow to West Wing Theme
The West Wing theme song was playing in the room where it happened.
Hamilton creator and star Lin-Manuel Miranda took his final bow Saturday night at New York’s Richard Rodgers Theatre as the theme to Aaron Sorkin’s Emmy-winning drama played in the background. READ MORE & WATCH VIDEO
West Wing Reunion: Allison Janney, Bradley Whitford 'Walk-and-Talk' on The Late Late Show — WATCH
Crafting James Corden’s monologue is serious business — so much so that it sometimes requires a walk-and-talk with White House Press Secretary C.J. Cregg and Deputy Chief of Staff Josh Lyman. READ MORE & WATCH VIDEO
Allison Janney Briefs White House Reporters as The West Wing's C.J. Cregg
When White House spokesman Josh Earnest was a few minutes late for Friday’s briefing with reporters, an experienced ringer stepped up to the podium to temporarily take his place. READ MORE & WATCH VIDEO
TVLine Items: The West Wing Reunion, Conan Returns to NYC and More
President Jed Bartlet’s administration is getting back to work — for one night only.
Mom Stages West Wing Reunion, Taps Richard Schiff for May Sweeps Stint
I see an extended walk-and-talk sequence in Mom‘s not-too-distant future.