The West Wing – Im Zentrum der Macht (Originaltitel: The West Wing) ist eine Für die Rolle des Präsidenten Josiah Bartlet wurden mehrere Schauspieler in Betracht gezogen. Ab der zweiten Staffel zählte sie dann zur Hauptbesetzung. Dezember starb John Spencer, der Darsteller der Figur Leo McGarry, infolge. The West Wing“ gehört zu den erfolgreichsten amerikanischen Drama-Serien und besticht nicht Drama-Serien und besticht nicht zuletzt durch ihre erstklassige Besetzung, allen 1 West Wing Wiki; 2 Der Fahrradunfall; 3 Josiah Bartlet. Dieser Artikel gibt einen Überblick über die Darsteller der US-amerikanischen.
Cast The West Wing S01The West Wing“ gehört zu den erfolgreichsten amerikanischen Drama-Serien und besticht nicht Drama-Serien und besticht nicht zuletzt durch ihre erstklassige Besetzung, allen 1 West Wing Wiki; 2 Der Fahrradunfall; 3 Josiah Bartlet. Geniale, intelligente Drehbücher und eine erstklassige Besetzung, allen voran Martin Sheen und Rob Lowe. Schön ist, dass auch die richtige Prise Humor nicht. Dieser Artikel gibt einen Überblick über die Darsteller der US-amerikanischen.
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Egal Rendel Imdb dem Film kein Abbruch. - Schauspielerinnen und SchauspielerAls die Dreharbeiten für die erste Staffel von Sports Sakrileg Stream ungefähr zur Hälfte abgeschlossen waren, übernahm Scott Sassa die Geschicke über den Unterhaltungsbereich von NBC. The West Wing ground floor is also the site of a small restaurant operated by the Presidential Food Service and staffed by Naval culinary specialists and called the White House Mess.   It is located underneath the Oval Office, and was established by President Truman on June 11, The West Wing is an American serial political drama television series created by Aaron Sorkin that was originally broadcast on NBC from September to May The series is set primarily in the West Wing of the White House, where the Oval Office and offices of presidential senior staff are located, during the fictitious Democratic administration of Josiah Bartlet. Created by Aaron Sorkin. With Martin Sheen, Rob Lowe, Allison Janney, John Spencer. Inside the lives of staffers in the West Wing of the White House. Besetzung. Synchronisation. The West Wing – Im Zentrum der Macht (Originaltitel: The West Wing) ist eine US-amerikanische Fernsehserie, die zwischen 19produziert und ausgestrahlt wurde. Sie spielt vorwiegend im Weißen Haus und versucht auf realistische, dramatische und auch humorvolle Weise den Arbeitsalltag des US-Präsidenten und seiner engen Berater darzustellen. The West Wing (TV Series ) - Besetzung & Crew — The Movie Database (TMDb).
Trivia The character of Josh Lyman, played by Bradley Whitford , often makes jokes about his assistant Donna being from Wisconsin.
Bradley Whitford is from Wisconsin. Goofs Some long shots of Washington from season 1 are flipped horizontally, e. Quotes Sen. Arnold Vinick : [ closing remarks at Republican Convention ] My commitment to strive to be worthy of the example of the great men who have gone before.
Presidents walk in giant footsteps. They have magnificent legacies to uphold. I stand here on this day and put my name forth, as one who aspires to their example, who will daily make that sacrifice, who will honor not just the office, but the people that office serves.
Instead, the episode began with the cast, out of character, speaking about the episode, followed by credits on a black screen.
Alternate Versions The first airing of the episode "20 Hours in America" contained a scene between President Bartlet and the First Lady in which they good-naturedly tease each other, calling each other Medea and Jackass.
This scene was not included in subsequent reruns because of commercial limitations and was also not included on the DVD.
Soundtracks Cello Suite No. Was this review helpful to you? Yes No Report this. Frequently Asked Questions Q: It is said a few times in the show that the president really only has 18 months to govern.
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Runtime: 44 min 60 min. Sound Mix: Dolby. The West Wing employed a broad ensemble cast to portray the many positions involved in the daily work of the federal government.
The President, the First Lady , and the President's senior staff and advisers form the core cast. Numerous secondary characters , appearing intermittently, complement storylines that generally revolve around this core group.
During contract negotiations in , the four were threatened with breach of contract suits by Warner Bros.
However, by banding together, they were able to persuade the studio to more than double their salaries.
John Spencer died of a heart attack on December 16, , about a year after his character experienced a nearly fatal heart attack on the show. The loss of Spencer's character was addressed beginning with the episode " Election Day ", which aired on April 2, In an interview on the first season DVD, Bradley Whitford said that he was originally cast as Sam, even though Aaron Sorkin had created the Josh character specifically for him.
In the same interview, Janel Moloney stated she had originally auditioned for the role of C. Other actors were seriously considered for other roles, including Alan Alda and Sidney Poitier for the President, Judd Hirsch for Leo, Eugene Levy for Toby, and CCH Pounder for C.
The series was created by Aaron Sorkin , who served as executive producer for the pilot episode alongside director Thomas Schlamme and John Wells.
Kristin Harms and Llewellyn Wells were producers for the pilot. Michael Hissrich acted as a co-producer. The first season proper saw the return of all of the pilot production team along with the addition of Ron Osborn and Jeff Reno as consulting producers and Rick Cleveland as a second co-producer with Robert W.
Glass as an associate producer. Glass left the production team after only five episodes. Julie Herlocker joined as Associate Producer beginning with episode six.
Osborn and Reno departed after nine episodes. Paul Redford served as a story editor throughout the first season.
Lawrence O'Donnell worked as executive story editor for the second half of the season. With the second season, Kevin Falls became a co-executive producer.
Cleveland left the production team and Redford and O'Donnell were promoted to co-producer. Peter Parnell and Patrick Caddell became co-producers and Julie Herlocker and Mindy Kanaskie became associate producers.
O'Donnell was promoted again to producer five episodes into the season and Hissrich joined him twelve episodes into the season.
The third season saw the departure of Parnell, Caddell, and Herlocker and the temporary absence of O'Donnell. Director Christopher Misiano became a supervising producer, Patrick Ward joined the series as an associate producer, and Eli Attie joined the writing staff as a staff writer.
Redford was promoted to producer. With the thirteenth episode of the third season director Alex Graves became an additional supervising producer and Attie became a story editor.
The fourth season marked the temporary departure of Hissrich. Misiano and Graves became co-executive producers alongside Falls. Attie was promoted to executive story editor and Debora Cahn became a staff writer.
The fourteenth episode of the season saw Redford promoted to supervising producer and Kanaskie, Ward and Attie promoted to co-producers.
The fifth season saw the departure of both Sorkin and Schlamme as executive producers. Schlamme remained attached to the series as an executive consultant.
John Wells remained the sole executive producer and showrunner. Co-executive producer Kevin Falls also left the show. O'Donnell rejoined the production team as a consulting producer.
Wells also added Carol Flint , Alexa Junge , Peter Noah , and John Sacret Young as consulting producers.
Andrew Stearn came aboard as a producer and Attie was promoted to producer. Cahn became story editor and Josh Singer replaced her as staff writer.
With the tenth episode Flint, Junge, Noah and Sacret Young became supervising producers. With the sixth season Misiano and Graves were promoted to executive producers.
Redford and Junge left the production team and Dylan K. Massin became a co-producer. Cahn was promoted to executive story editor and Singer replaced her as story editor.
Lauren Schmidt filled the staff writer role. The fourth episode saw the departure of original crew member Llewellyn Wells. Debora Cahn was promoted to co-producer with the fourteenth episode.
The seventh season saw Noah and O'Donnell promoted again, this time becoming additional executive producers.
Attie became a supervising producer. Hissrich returned to his role as producer for the final season. The West Wing , like many serial dramas, stretches storylines over several episodes or entire seasons.
In addition to these larger storylines, each episode also contains smaller arcs that usually begin and end within an episode.
Most episodes follow President Bartlet and his staff through particular legislative or political issues. Plots can range from behind-closed-doors negotiating with Congress to personal problems like post-traumatic stress disorder, from which Josh suffers during the second season.
The typical episode loosely follows the President and his staff through their day, generally following several plots connected by some idea or theme.
A large, fully connected set of the White House allowed the producers to create shots with very few cuts and long, continuous master shots of staff members conversing as they walk through the hallways.
These " walk and talks " became a trademark of the show. The final two seasons presented a narrative change, with the focus of the show divided between plots in the West Wing with President Bartlet and his remaining senior staffers and plots revolving around the rest of the main cast on the campaign trail for the election.
The series developed following the success of theatrical film The American President , for which Aaron Sorkin wrote the screenplay, and in which Martin Sheen played the White House Chief of Staff.
Unused plot elements from the film and a suggestion from Akiva Goldsman inspired Sorkin to create The West Wing.
According to the DVD commentary, Sorkin intended to center the show on Sam Seaborn and the other senior staff with the President in an unseen or a secondary role.
However, Bartlet's screen time gradually increased, and his role expanded as the series progressed. Positive critical and public reaction to Sheen's performance raised his character's profile, decreasing Lowe's perceived significance.
In addition, according to Sorkin, the storylines began to focus less on Sam and more on Josh Lyman, the Deputy Chief of Staff. This shift was one of the reasons for Lowe's eventual departure from the show in the fourth season.
For the first four seasons, drawing on research materials, scene drafts, and occasionally entire draft scripts from his writing staff, Sorkin wrote almost every episode of the series, occasionally reusing plot elements, episode titles, character names, and actors from his previous work, Sports Night , a sitcom in which he began to develop his signature dialogue style of rhythmic, snappy, and intellectual banter.
Fellow executive producer and director Thomas Schlamme championed the walk and talk , a continuous shot tracking in front of the characters as they walk from one place to another that became part of The West Wing 's signature visual style.
Sorkin's hectic writing schedule often led to cost overruns and schedule slips,  and he opted to leave the show after the fourth season, following increasing personal problems, including an arrest for possession of hallucinogenic mushrooms.
John Wells , the remaining executive producer, took the helm after their departure. The West Wing aired on Wednesdays at pm ET from its debut until the end of its sixth season.
NBC elected to move the series to Sundays at pm for its seventh season, a move universally regarded as the beginning of the series' end since NBC and the NFL had reached a deal for Sunday Night Football to return to the network in fall , and the series finale aired on May 14, The West Wing took a large ratings hit with the move, which put it up against ABC 's Top 20 hit Extreme Makeover: Home Edition , and CBS' Top 30 hit Cold Case in its timeslot.
The West Wing offers a glimpse into the inner workings of the fictional Bartlet White House. The show's legitimacy, political slant, and idealist representations of Washington, as well as its notable writing and film merits, have generated considerable discussion.
In , The New York Times reported the then-fledgling government of Myanmar used DVDs of The West Wing episodes to study democracy.
While The West Wing is not completely accurate in its portrayal of the actual West Wing,    former White House staffers and journalists have described the show as capturing the feel of the real West Wing.
They turn left and right where you are not supposed to. Former Senate aide Lawrence O'Donnell and former White House aide and presidential campaign speechwriter Eli Attie were both longtime writers on the show O'Donnell for seasons 1—2 and 5—7, Attie for seasons 3—7.
Former White House Press Secretaries Dee Dee Myers and Marlin Fitzwater and pollsters Patrick Caddell and Frank Luntz also served as consultants, advising the writing staff for part of the show's run.
Other former White House staffers, such as Peggy Noonan and Gene Sperling , served as consultants for brief periods.
A documentary special in the third season compared the show's depiction of the West Wing to the real thing. Many former West Wing denizens applauded the show's depiction of the West Wing, including advisor David Gergen , Secretary of State Henry Kissinger , Chief of Staff Leon Panetta , Deputy Chief of Staff Karl Rove , and former Presidents Gerald Ford , Jimmy Carter , and Bill Clinton.
While critics often praised The West Wing for its writing, others faulted the show as unrealistically optimistic  and sentimental. Television critic Heather Havrilesky asked, "What rock did these morally pure creatures crawl out from under and, more important, how do you go from innocent millipede to White House staffer without becoming soiled or disillusioned by the dirty realities of politics along the way?
Despite acclaim for the veracity of the series, Sorkin believed, "our responsibility is to captivate you for however long we've asked for your attention.
Staci L. Beavers, associate professor of political science at California State University, San Marcos , wrote a short essay, " The West Wing as a Pedagogical Tool".
She concluded, "While the series' purpose is for-profit entertainment, The West Wing presents great pedagogical potential. However, she noted that the merits of a particular argument may be obscured by the viewer's opinion of the character.
Beavers also noted that characters with opposing viewpoints were often set up to be "bad people" in the viewer's eyes.
These characters were assigned undesirable characteristics having nothing to do with their political opinions, such as being romantically involved with a main character's love interest.
In Beavers' opinion, a critical analysis of the show's political views can present a worthwhile learning experience to the viewer.
While it aired, The West Wing offered viewers an idealist liberal administration that provided a sort of catharsis to those on the left who felt that their political beliefs were largely forgotten or ignored in the era of the Bush administration.
One of the stranger effects of the show occurred on January 31, , when The West Wing was said to have played a hand in defeating a proposal backed by Tony Blair 's government in the British House of Commons , during the so-called " West Wing Plot".
The plan was allegedly hatched after a Conservative Member of Parliament watched the episode " A Good Day ", in which Democrats block a bill aimed at limiting stem cell research, by appearing to have left Washington D.
A number of episodes referred to a practice of the administration having one day each year on which they accepted meetings with people or groups who would not normally receive an audience with high-level White House staffers, referring to the event as "Big Block of Cheese Day".
The name came from the fact that President Andrew Jackson had a large wheel of cheese placed in the White House from which the public were invited to eat during a reception,  while discussing issues of the day with politicians.
Cregg during a White House press briefing. Despite its commercial and critical success, The West Wing has also received criticism from the left.
Jewish Journal columnist Naomi Pfefferman once referred to The West Wing as "The Left Wing" because of its portrayal of an ideal liberal administration, and the moniker has also been used by Republican critics of the show.
On the other hand, some Republicans have admired the show since its inception, even before the departure of Sorkin and the show's resulting shift toward the center.
He obeys the Constitution and the law. He is devoted to his wife and daughters. Being unfaithful to his wife would never cross his mind.
He is no wimp when it comes to foreign policy—no quid pro quo for him. Journalist Matthew Miller wrote, "although the show indeed has a liberal bias on issues, it presents a truer, more human picture of the people behind the headlines than most of today's Washington journalists.
In its first season, The West Wing attracted critical attention in the television community with a record nine Emmy wins. The show has been praised for its high production values and repeatedly recognized for its cinematic achievements.
The West Wing is noted for developing the " walk-and-talk "—long Steadicam tracking shots showing characters walking down hallways while involved in long conversations.
In a typical "walk-and-talk" shot, the camera leads two characters down a hallway as they speak to each other. One of these characters generally breaks off and the remaining character is then joined by another character, who initiates another conversation as they continue walking.
These "walk-and-talks" create a dynamic feel for what would otherwise be long expository dialogue, and have become a staple for dialogue-intensive television show scenes.
In its first season, The West Wing garnered nine Emmys, a record for most won by a series in its first season.
Law , Mad Men and Game of Thrones for most won in this category. Each of its seven seasons earned a nomination for the award.
With its 26 total awards, The West Wing tied with Hill Street Blues as the drama with the most Emmy wins  until Game of Thrones broke the record for most wins in , with 38 total awards.
The series shares the Emmy Award record for most acting nominations by regular cast members excluding the guest performer category for a single series in one year.
Hill Street Blues , L. Law and Game of Thrones also hold that record. For the — season, nine cast members were nominated for Emmys.
Allison Janney, John Spencer and Stockard Channing each won an Emmy for Lead Actress, Supporting Actor and Supporting Actress respectively.
In addition, that same year Mark Harmon, Tim Matheson and Ron Silver were each nominated in the Guest Actor category although none won the award.
This gave the series an Emmy Award record for most acting nominations overall including guest performer category in a single year, with 12 acting nominations.
Twenty individual Emmys were awarded to writers, actors, and crew members. Allison Janney is the record holder for most wins by a cast member, with a total of four Emmys.
The West Wing won at least one Emmy in each of its seasons except the sixth. In addition to its Emmys, the show won two Screen Actors Guild SAG Awards, in and , Outstanding Performance by an Ensemble in a Drama Series.
Martin Sheen was the only cast member to win a Golden Globe Award , and he and Allison Janney were the only cast members to win SAG Awards.
In both and , The West Wing was awarded the Peabody Award for excellence in broadcasting. Matthew Perry , Oliver Platt , Ron Silver , Tim Matheson , and Mark Harmon also received Emmy nominations for guest starring on the show.
Thomas Schlamme won two Emmys for Outstanding Directing for a Drama Series in and , and Christopher Misiano won an Emmy for Outstanding Directing for a Drama Series in Carmen Argenziano — 1 Episode.
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