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01/23/2006 01:40 AM ID: 52403 Permalink   

'West Wing' Canceled by NBC


NBC announced Sunday that it was canceling the acclaimed TV drama "The West Wing." The the Emmy-winning political drama will end in May after a seven year run on NBC. Ratings had fallen off after its move to Sunday nights and this news was expected.

Facing its worst season in its history, NBC is also juggling some times slots on other shows. “Law & Order” moves up an hour to Wednesdays at 9 p.m. ET — placing it against ABC’s “Lost.” “Las Vegas” moves from Monday to Friday starting in March.

“NBC is stable and our vital signs are encouraging,” said Kevin Reilly, NBC entertainment president. “Most predictions were that we were going to go from bad to worse this year, and that hasn’t happened.”

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I like West Wing. its so much better then reality.
  by: Emp3r0r     01/23/2006 04:25 AM     
LOL, agreed. That show seemed more like propaganda than reality.
  by: banshee9898     01/23/2006 11:03 AM     
  I won't miss it when it's gone.  
  by: Reporter ©     01/23/2006 11:14 AM     
That's not where I was going. I meant both parties had such better candidates.
  by: Emp3r0r     01/23/2006 02:57 PM     
  I watched a couple of episodes of this  
After the first one i was bored out of my mind and i guessed that was a bum episode, the second was worse, about oil prices or something gawd...
  by: koultunami     01/23/2006 04:47 PM     
  Its a shame id say  
another decent programme finished. prehapps they are planing to use this programmes budget to make a realty tv version of Brokeback Mountain
  by: jocksteeluk   01/24/2006 09:39 AM     
Probably some Nanny 911 spin-off: "Adult Diapers".
  by: Emp3r0r     01/24/2006 02:43 PM     
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