Rob Lowe says he would love to come back to "The West Wing" for a get-together arrangement.
On-screen character Rob Lowe says he would love to come back to "The West Wing" for a get-together arrangement.
The 52-year-old on-screen character played Sam Seaborn in the long-running political show, which finished in 2006, and he says regardless he plans to get notification from arrangement maker Aaron Sorkin around a conceivable rebound, reported Extra.
"There will never be another show like that. I continue sitting tight for the day when I get a telephone call from Aaron, saying, 'We're recovering the posse together for 10 scenes for (Internet motion picture gushing administration) Netflix. (I'd do it) in a moment!" Lowe said.
Lowe left the project in 2003 after the fourth season, expressing at the time that "There was no more a spot for Sam Seaborn on The West Wing."
He quickly returned for two of the last four scenes amid the show's seventh and last season.
A significant number of Lowe's previous "West Wing" castmates, including Martin Sheen and Bradley Whitford, have united for another JusticeForVets open administration declaration, encouraging Americans to center of the "treatment and reclamation" of US officers returning home from war.
The philanthropy's senior chief is another "West Wing" alum, Melissa Fitzgerald.