Fifteen years ago, America’s captivation began for a new television series that chronicled the personal and professional lives of senior White House staffers working directly for the President. Aaron Sorkin and Thomas Schlamme‘s “The West Wing” went on to air seven seasons and earn 26 Emmy Awards, tied with “Hill Street Blues” as a drama with the most Emmy wins.
In the May 23 issue of The Hollywood Reporter magazine, the cast, creators, and executives look back on its legacy, 15 years after its inception. Geek out over the full Q&A here.
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