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The West Wing, Season 4HDTV-14Closed Captioning

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Experience the inner workings of the White House in this innovative drama series created by Emmy® winner Aaron Sorkin (Sports Night). Martin Sheen (Apocalypse Now) leads a commended ensemble cast. The fourth season of The West Wing continues to deliver, with compelling story lines of personal and political challenges. President Bartlet is in the midst of his reelection campaign, and it is time for him — and the country — to make some tough decisions. There are also wars raging in the world and close to home; how will the administration tackle these issues? Which staff member will leave, and who will be the replacement? With the president's verve, his fast-paced, multifaceted staff, his strong and strongly supportive family, and an array of new characters delivered by powerful guest stars, it is easy to see why The West Wing continues to excite viewers.

Customer Reviews

all time favourite!

although the series is a little old by now, you will be astonished by the writing. the dialogues are funny, but intelligent. The symbiosis of the charakters connect you to the political everyday business of potus. I really hope you enjoy it as much as i did. Another thing to look forward to: there are alltogether 7 seasons ;-)

THE BEST YET

This season was the best of the series. The writing and stories were the best and the acting was fantastic. The season finale cliffhanger was wonderful and left us waiting till the fall for the result.

Still riding high

Whilst season two might have seen The West Wing reach TV perfection, the quality of the writing, acting and directing in season four is still nothing short of magnificent. This is the last of Sorkin's writing and when season five arrives the series will take a dip to being "merely" great. However, for now, just sit back and enjoy the finest TV show ever, bar none. The quality is so consistent, it almost beggars belief. The only downside? All other TV pales in comparison.