Shibboleth, or, how to choose a well-balanced carving knife.
Galileo, or, Mars is what’s next.
West Wing, House of Cards, and millenials.
The 11 best fake Presidents.
How the show created pwn porn.
What can we learn from the show?
Bradley Whitford discusses his role in the Amazon series, Transparent.
Aaron Sorkin would be willing to write the Indiana Jones reboot if asked.
How Martin Sheen wowed a cynical Washington.
Richard Schiff will be part of the upcoming season of DirectTV’s Rogue.
Allison Janney is enjoying a surfeit of choice in roles.
Rob Lowe has been cast in the new Fox comedy, The Grinder.
Anna Devere Smith (Nancy McNally) will be the 44th Jefferson Lecturer in the Humanities on 6 April.
Elisabeth Moss (Zoey) feels judged by a poster of Helen Mirren.
Connie Britton’s (Connie Tate) movie, Me and Earl and the Dying Girl, will have a limited release staring 1 July.
Lisa Edelstein’s (Laurie) Bravo series, Girlfriend’s Guide to Divorce, has been renewed for a second season.
Gary Cole (Vice President Robert Russell) is the new spokesperson for HipChat.
Christian Slater (Lt. Cmdr. Jack Reese) was part of the Two and a Half Men series finale.
A trailer been released for the upcoming Broadway revival of The Visit with Roger Rees (Lord John Marbury).
Alan Alda (Arnold Vinick) will eat rum cake off a floor.
Lily Tomlin (Deborah Fiderer) will part of the 10th annual Broadway Backwards on 9 March.
A week in the life of Joshua Malina (Will Bailey).
Dule Hill (Charlie Young) has joined the new CBS legal series Doubt.
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