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TV Series
    (September 22, 1999-May 14, 2006)
    Produced by Warner Bros.
    Martin Sheen as President Josiah Bartlet
    Stockard Channing as Dr. Abbey Bartlet
    John Spencer as Leo McGarry
    Allison Janney as CJ Cregg
    Rob Lowe as Sam Seaborn (1999-2003)
    Joshua Malina as Will Bailey (2002-2006)
    Bradley Whitford as Josh Lyman
    Alan Alda as Senator Arnold Vinick (2004-2006)
    Jimmy Smits as Congressman Matt Santos (2004-2006)
    Premise: A look inside the lives of the fictional President Bartlet and his hectic West Wing staffers
    Conservatives have nicknamed it 'The Left Wing' for its liberal content.
    Supposedly, the set is so realistic that Warner Bros. tour groups are not permitted inside its sound stages due to national security concerns.
    Aaron Sorkin resigned from his job as writer and producer after the fourth season after apparent contract disputes and drug problems.
    Many fans believe that the show took a sharp decline after Sorkin's departure and have lobbied to get it cancelled.
    They are famous for their over-the-head, rapid heavy dialogue which confuses many viewers.
    Martin Sheen's character was originally written to perform in only a recurring cameo role with the focus entirely on the staffers, however after his first momentous appearance in the pilot the writers decided to give him a regular role.
    It explores many real-life political issues so realistically that it has gained support from both Democrats and Republicans.
    The show won a record of 9 Emmy's in 2000, the most for any series in its first season.
    It continued to win the Emmy for Best Drama Seasons for the next four years, eventually totalling with 24 various Emmys and two SAG Awards.
    The show is well-known as being high in intellectual content, attracting a 'smarter' demographic.

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