The West Wing

A Familiar Momentum And Happy Endings Close Out The West Wing's Final Season

Marathon Diarist Sarah Hope reaches the end of the Bartlet administration and looks back on 110 hours inside The West Wing. 2016.11.08

How Would Everyone On The West Wing Vote In The 2016 Presidential Election?

Marathon Diarist Sarah Hope ponders The West Wing staff's choices and key issues in the 2016 presidential election. 2016.11.01

This Is A Sorkinisms Supercut, And You Know It, Too

Don't worry, it won't feel like getting screwed with your pants on. 2016.11.01

Fresh Faces And New Hopes Put The West Wing Back On Track In Season 6

The West Wing bounces back in Season 6 as Marathon Diarist Sarah Hope enters the final stretch. 2016.10.25

'What's Next?' Becomes 'What Else?' As The West Wing's Worst Season Slogs On

In spite of her optimism, Marathon Diarist Sarah Hope finds no love for the second half of Season 5 of The West Wing. 2016.10.18

Without Aaron Sorkin, The West Wing Is A Mediocre Mess In Season 5

The Marathon Diarist finds her project much changed in the first half of Season 5. 2016.10.11

In Season 4 Of The West Wing, It's All Business As Usual...Until It's Not

Sarah Hope's Marathon Diary of The West Wing winds through lots of governance and two major season-ending curveballs. 2016.10.04

On Presidential Debates, Both Real And, In Season 4 Of The West Wing, Imaginary

Marathon diarist Sarah Hope finds striking similarities between Barlet vs. Ritchie face-off, and Clinton vs. Trump. Spoiler alert: the fantasy is way better than reality. 2016.09.27

Aaron Sorkin Flexes His Theatrical Chops And Goes Meta (And Mental) In Season 3 Of The West Wing

We arrive at a period when The West Wing was full of drama, both on-screen and on the Television Without Pity forums. 2016.09.20

Isaac & Ishmael & Indians Kick Off The West Wing Season 3

The beginning of Season 3 is all over the place, but Sarah Hope will follow the West Wingers anywhere. 2016.09.13

Who Run The West Wing? Girls, Girls

Despite the endless bravado and chauvinism of the show's gents, women remain the true backbone of The West Wing. 2016.09.06

EHG Mini: How Amusing

Packing entire casts off to Six Flags. 2016.09.05

In Season 2, Control And Conservatism Enter The West Wing

Season 2 starts off dark and broody, with everyone in search of distractions. Plus, turkeys and a touch of feminism. 2016.08.30

EHG 128: Voting Early And Often On The West Wing

Marathon Diarist and first-time guest Sarah Hope joins us to talk Sorkin's liberal fantasy -- and brings a killer Nonac submission! 2016.08.30

The Spy Who Loved Crunches: Reconsidering Entertainment Weekly's 2002 Fall TV Preview

Jennifer Garner's midriff sells this issue -- as does her dewy and wholesome interview -- in a magazine that feels like a letter from a time much further away than fourteen years. 2016.08.29

It's Time To Escape The Presidential Race And Visit The West Wing

With the 2016 election driving us all bonkers, there has been no better time to let Aaron Sorkin be your sherpa to liberal fantasyland (and also U.S. history class). 2016.08.23

What's Missing From Your Next Binge-Watch? TV-Inspired Cocktail Recipes!

Our contributors have recipes for drinks to class up your next viewing party! 2016.08.19

Love Hurts: Reconsidering Entertainment Weekly's 1999 Fall TV Preview

Continuing a review of television before The Golden Age Of Television, Lisa Schmeiser counts up all the careers launched without EW's noticing. 2016.08.18

EHG Mini: Crappily Ever After

Picking back up with beloved TV couples. 2016.07.01

It's The Super-Patriotic 'Preamble To The Constitution' TV Supercut!

Celebrate Independence Day with a collection of TV characters reciting one of America's greatest texts! 2016.06.30

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