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The West Wing
Originally posted 06/28/2016 05:40PM
According to West Wing costars Janel Moloney and Bradley Whitford, our favorite political lovebirds are still going strong.
We last saw politicos Josh Lyman and Donna Moss a 10 years ago as the finally managed, after seven seasons of whip-smart banter and subtle flirting, to make it work and were shown together on the series finale, implying that their relationship was endgame.
PEOPLE recently caught up with the actors for a status check on the relationship: Would Josh and Donna still be together today?
"Yes, of course," Moloney says, sending shippers' hearts soaring.
West Wing Star Says Aaron Sorkin Would Never Have Been Allowed to Write Character as 'Racist' as Donald Trump
Originally posted 06/28/2016 02:50PM
Bradley Whitford, who played White House Deputy Chief of Staff Josh Lyman for seven seasons on the NBC series, doesn't think so.
"It's terrible writing," the 56-year-old actor recently told PEOPLE. "Look, our show had a progressive democratic point of view, and the fakest thing about our show was that we had rational Republicans written in to be the opposition."
Originally posted 06/27/2016 02:55PM
Former West Wing cast members gathered in Austin at the ATX TV Festival on June 11 to mark the 10-year anniversary of the show's finale, but discussing efforts to help veterans returning from war was the real message.
C.J. Cregg Is Back! Allison Janney, Bradley Whitford and James Corden Have a Signature West Wing Walk and Talk
Originally posted 05/05/2016 10:45AM
C.J. Cregg is having a moment.
After Allison Janney revived her West Wing character at a White House press briefing last week, the no-nonsense press secretary showed up on The Late Late Show Wednesday night alongside host James Corden – but she wasn't alone.
Bradley Whitford, a.k.a. White House Deputy Chief of Staff Josh Lyman, also joined in for Corden's riff on West Wing scribe Aaron Sorkin's signature walk-and-talk.
Originally posted 04/29/2016 04:45PM
C.J. Cregg is back to running the country, sort of.
On Friday, Allison Janney revisited her The West Wing character and stepped up to the podium at the White House and acting as the President's Press Secretary once more.
"Hi everyone, good afternoon," said Janney, 56, during a press briefing. "Josh [Earnest] is out today, I believe it's a root canal," she joked, referencing one of her own character's storylines while poking fun at the real White House Press spokesperson.
After a few more jokes, Earnest walked in and told the actress that, since she was standing at the podium, she "might as well use it." At that, Janney dropped out of character and discussed something more serious: substance abuse.
Rob Lowe 2020? The Grinder Star Dishes Which Career He Would Have Pursued Beyond Acting If He'd 'Had the Guts'
Originally posted 09/29/2015 12:45PM
Rob Lowe returns to TV in all of his heartthrob glory on Tuesday night as the actor stars alongside Fred Savage in Fox's new comedy The Grinder.
"The show is about a beloved television icon coming to terms with the end of his eight-year hit legal drama ending and realizing that what he really wants is a normal, authentic family life," Lowe tells PEOPLE about his character on the show.
"He decides he's going to join the family business which is practicing law, without actually knowing anything about the actual law."
The premise wasn't a stretch for the former political drama star, who admits to feeling similarly inspired to make a career switch after working on The West Wing.
"I have to be honest, if I had the guts to do it, I would love to after having played Sam Seaborn on The West Wing for so long to take a sabbatical and be in the trenches and have a presidential campaign."
Originally posted 09/22/2015 02:45PM
"I've been fortunate that I've always, always, always worked. Even after the sex tape was made public, it was like: You're still a professional baseball player, but you're playing for Double or Triple A," Lowe, 51, says in the new issue of GQ, on stands Monday. "I lost the role in Titanic that Billy Zane got. But I was never banned from the game."
Originally posted 11/28/2012 12:00PM
West Wing and Psych actor Dulé Hill has separated from his wife of 8 years, actress Nicole Lyn, citing irreconcilable differences, according to papers filed in Los Angeles Superior Court earlier this month.
The documents, which have been obtained by PEOPLE, state that property rights are to be determined and that the couple have no minor children.
During happier times, Hill told PEOPLE in 2010 that when it came to the couple's favorite vacation spot, "My and my wife's families are from Jamaica. It's laid-back, the people are lovely, the food is delicious, and the drinks are always flowing!"
Originally posted 01/23/2006 08:00AM
As if the Dec. 16 death of its veteran cast member John Spencer was not enough of a shock this season, the cast and crew of NBC's The West Wing – as well as TV viewers – came in for a surprise on Sunday. The network announced that the award-winning White House drama will conclude its 7-year run with a finale scheduled to air this May 14.
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