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The West Wing

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The West Wing is an American television serial drama created by Aaron Sorkin and set in the West Wing of the White House, the location of the Oval Office and offices of presidential senior staff, during the fictional Democratic administration of Josiah Bartlet.

The series originally aired in the USA on NBC from 22 September, 1999 to 14 May, 2006. There are 156 hour-long episodes (including two special episodes) in seven seasons.

The West Wing originally premiered in South Africa on e.tv on Monday 13 March 2000, at 20h00. It later aired on DStv's M-Net Series, Hallmark and Sony Entertainment Television (SONY) channels. See "Seasons" below for seasonal broadcast dates and times.

Season 5 originally aired in South Africa on e.tv from 14 May to 9 October, 2005. It aired on M-Net Series from 11 June to 5 November, 2007.

Season 5 premiered on SONY on Monday 8 June 2009, at 19h45. New episodes aired daily at the same time, on weekdays. There are 22 episodes in the fifth season.

SONY Repeats

Weekdays: 00h30, 12h10
Saturdays: 00h45, 06h00

Season 5

It has been only a few hours since Zoey Bartlet was kidnapped and the President has temporarily relinquished the office – to Republican Glenallen Walken.

Walken has taken a hard line against the kidnappers – one that may be fatal for Zoey.

Rifts are appearing in the leadership of both parties, further complicated by the arrival of a ransom note demanding the release of terrorists.

In the meantime, Danny Concannon tells CJ that he’s going ahead with his story on the Shareef assassination.

In addition, the Democratic leadership in congress is unhappy with Bartlet’s handover – and the President’s eldest daughter, Elizabeth has arrived at the White House with her husband and children.

Seasons

Note: e.tv did not air the final season. Records for Hallmark and M-Net Series are incomplete.

Season 1 (22 episodes)

Channel: e.tv | Premiere: 13 Mar 2000 Finale: 7 Aug 2000 | Mondays, 20h00
Channel: M-Net Series | Premiere: 29 Apr 2003 | Finale: 23 Sep 2003 | Tuesdays, 21h00
Channel: SONY | Premiere: 3 Jul 2008 | Finale: 1 Aug 2008 | Weekdays, 19h00

Season 2 (22 episodes)

Channel: e.tv | Premiere: 8 May 2001 | Finale: 2 Oct 2001 | Tuesdays, 20h00
Channel: M-Net Series | Premiere: 30 Sep 2003 | Finale: 24 Feb 2004 | Tuesdays, 21h00
Channel: Hallmark | Premiere: 19 Dec 2007 | Finale: 24 Jan 2008 | Mon-Thu, 18h00
Channel: SONY | Premiere: 4 Aug 2008 | Finale: 2 Sep 2008 | Weekdays, 19h00

Season 3 (22 episodes)

Channel: e.tv | Premiere: 15 Jul 2002 | Finale: 9 Dec 2002 | Mondays, 21h00
Channel: M-Net Series | Premiere: 2 Mar 2004 | Finale: 3 Aug 2004 | Tuesdays, 21h00
Channel: SONY | Premiere: 3 Sep 2008 | Finale: 1 Oct 2008 | Weekdays, 19h00

Season 4 (23 episodes)

Channel: e.tv | Premiere: 12 Jan 2004 | Finale: 14 Jun 2004 | Mondays, 21h00
Channel: SONY | Premiere: 6 Oct 2008 | Finale: 5 Nov 2008 | Weekdays, 19h00

Season 5 (22 episodes)

Channel: e.tv | Premiere: 14 May 2005 | Finale: 9 Oct 2005 | Sundays, 16h00
Channel: M-Net Series | Premiere: 11 Jun 2007 | Finale: 5 Nov 2007 | Mondays, 22h00
Channel: SONY | Premiere: 8 Jun 2009 | Finale: 7 Jul 2009 | Weekdays, 19h45

Season 6 (22 episodes)

Channel: e.tv | Premiere: 8 Oct 2006 | Finale: 4 Mar 2007 | Sundays, 16h00
Channel: M-Net Series | Premiere: 15 Dec 2008 | Finale: 11 May 2009 | Mondays, 22h00
Channel: SONY | Premiere: 11 Aug 2010 | Finale: 9 Sep 2010 | Weekdays, 22h15

Season 7 (22 episodes)

Channel: M-Net Series | Premiere: 12 Oct 2009 | Finale: 8 Mar 2010 | Mondays, 22h00
Channel: SONY | Premiere: 9 Dec 2010 | Finale: 5 May 2011 | Thursdays, 21h20


Season 5 Cast

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Abbey Bartlet

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Charlie Young

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Donna Moss

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Josh Lyman

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Leo McGarry

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Toby Ziegler

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Claudia Jean 'C.J.' Cregg

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President Josiah "Jed" Bartlet

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Will Bailey

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Kate Harper

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Andrea Wyatt

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Bonnie

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Carol Fitzpatrick

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Danny Concannon

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Joey Lucas

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John Hoynes

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Margaret Hooper

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Percy Fitzwallace

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Secret Service Agent Ron Butterfield

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Zoey Bartlet

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FBI Special Agent Michael Casper

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Nancy McNally

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Amy Gardner

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Deborah Fiderer

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Senator Robert Royce, R-PA

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USAF Gen. Alan Adamle

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Joe Quincy

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Senate Minority Leader Tripplehorn

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Admiral McGill

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Alex Moreau

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Angela Blake

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Attorney General Alan Fisk

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Barbara Layton

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Ben Dryer

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Boy Who Meets the President

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C.J.'s Aide

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Carlos Carrio

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Chief Justice Evelyn Baker Lang

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Colin Ayres

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Donald Richter

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Doug Westin

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Dr. Louis Foy

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Dr. Mike Gordon

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E. Bradford Shelton

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Elizabeth Bartlet Westin

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Eric Hayden

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Eric Schaeffer

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General Nicholas Alexander

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Glenallen Walken

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Greg Brock

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Holly

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Jack Sosa

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Justice Christopher Mulready

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Kenneth Sean 'Ken' O'Neal

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Laura

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Lisa Wolfe

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Louis Slater

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MaryLou Meriwether

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Matt Hunt

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Max Milkman

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Meeshel Anders

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Nate Singer

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President D. Wire Newman

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Qumari Ambassador Umar Usef

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Rep. Theo

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Roy Turner

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Ryan Pierce

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Sarah Brainerd

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Secretary of State Lewis Berryhill

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Senator Chris Carrick

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Speaker of the House Jeff Haffley

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Steve Atwood

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Taylor Reid

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Theodore Barrow

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Vice President Bob Russell

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Zoe

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