We didn't find anything nearby, but here's what's happening in other cities.
There aren't any events on the horizon right now.
The West Wing Weekly Tickets
The West Wing Weekly Tickets
It might seem unusual that a podcast dedicated to a show actually started a decade after that show wrapped up, but it was welcomed by millions of fans, who are sometimes known as Wingnuts, who couldn't get enough of the show and tuned into the podcast. The podcast gained a lot of steam thanks to the person at the helm: actor Joshua Malina, who played Will Bailey on The West Wing and has had roles on other shows. He's joined every week by Hrishikesh Hirway, host of Song Exploder, to painstakingly pick through each of the show's 154 episodes to discuss the plot, occasionally inviting creatives and actors from the show to join them for the session. Although The West Wing Weekly will soon wrap up, there are still two live shows planned for superfans.
The Insider's Scoop to The West Wing
On March 22, 2016, The West Wing Weekly debuted. Hosting the podcast were Hrishikesh Hirway and actor Joshua Malina. Malina, who had appeared on podcasts in the past, wanted a project that would be his own. The podcast hosts chose to release their first episode on September 22nd, which was the same day that the political drama it was based on had aired. Right from the start, The West Wing Weekly appealed to fans. The first guest was another actor from the show, Dulé Hill, who had played Charlie Young. Over the past three years, the hosts have discussed one episode of the show per each podcast episode, playing clips from the episode and bringing on guests and appearing live along the way.
Where can I buy The West Wing Weekly tickets?
To get a chance to see the podcast hosts as well as stars in person, you can buy the best The West Wing Weekly tickets at StubHub.
Will The West Wing Weekly appear live in 2019?
The podcast tour is currently wrapping up stops in the UK and will have one more visit last the Eventim Apollo in London on December 18th. The podcast has also announced one last stop in Los Angeles at the Theatre at Ace Hotel in January 2020.
Will The West Wing Weekly appear in my city?
The podcast is preparing for its last-ever show, and the only two live performances left are in London and Los Angeles.
Do other stars of the show ever appear on the podcast?
Yes. Aside from Joshua Malina hosting The West Wing Weekly, guests have included the series creator, director, actor, writers and other actors. This gives them a chance to provide behind-the-scenes details to the audience. Furthermore, the podcast hosts have invited politicians to join them on the show as they analyze episodes of the TV show. For the podcast's very last episode in LA, actors Martin Sheen, Bradley Whitford and Mary McCormack will appear. More stars may join the live podcast recording. Celebrities who are also fans of the show, such as Lin-Manuel Miranda, have also been on the podcast.
What is a live performance of The West Wing Weekly like?
During live performances, the discussion may be moderated by someone other than the hosts and guests. While each episode of The West Wing Weekly typically covers one episode of the TV show, the live show is occasionally about the show in general and not a specific episode. Unlike some live podcasts, there is not a lot of audience participation. A live recording of The West Wing Weekly simply gives fans the chance to put faces to names and voices.
How long is each episode of The West Wing Weekly live?
Episodes vary in length. Some run for over an hour, and others last just under an hour. The last two live recordings might be even longer as they wrap up the series.Back to Top