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The Renew The West Wing ( http://www.renewwestwing.com ) blog is looking to gather interest and comments with the intention of keeping The West Wing alive. The show is scheduled to air its last episode on May 14, 2006.

The Renew The West Wing Blog is looking to gather interest and comments with the intention of keeping The West Wing alive. The show is scheduled to air its last episode on May 14, 2006.

The West Wing is a popular and widely acclaimed American television serial drama created by Aaron Sorkin, which is produced and currently co-written by John Wells, Sorkin having left the show at the end of its fourth season. The series is set in the West Wing of a fictionalized White House, the location of the Oval Office and offices of presidential senior staff, during the Democratic administration of Josiah Bartlet (Martin Sheen).

The West Wing is produced by Warner Bros. and is now in its seventh season which is scheduled to be its final season. It first aired on NBC in 1999, and has been picked up by networks in other countries, including the United Kingdom, Japan and Australia. On January 22, 2006, NBC announced that the series would end its seven year run on May 14, 2006.

The cast includes the following:

Alan Alda .... Senator Arnold Vinick (2004-)

Stockard Channing .... Abbey Bartlet (2001-)

Kristin Chenoweth .... Annabeth Schott (2005-)

Dulé Hill .... Charlie Young

Allison Janney .... Claudia Jean 'C.J.' Cregg

Moira Kelly .... Mandy Hampton

Rob Lowe .... Sam Seaborn

Joshua Malina .... Will Bailey

Mary McCormack .... Kate Harper

Janel Moloney .... Donna Moss

Richard Schiff .... Toby Ziegler

John Spencer .... Leo McGarry

Bradley Whitford .... Josh Lyman

Jimmy Smits .... Congressman Matthew Santos

Martin Sheen .... President Josiah "Jed" Bartlet

A blog has recently been started to attempt to convince NBC that this show should be renewed. The show has very interesting story lines and is as good as ever. The recent election and the upcoming change of administration has added a new excitement and interest in the show that has not been seen in some time.

Viewers can visit this blog at http://www.renewwestwing.com and see what the authors are saying about the show and why it should be kept alive. There is also an opportunity to post your comments about the show or the blog.

You can visit the official The West Wing website at http://www.nbc.com/The_West_Wing/

Renew The West Wing Blog http://www.renewwestwing.com

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