The uncanny similarities between the TV show and the real election coverage happening before our eyes has sparked a conversation on Twitter as people try to comprehend how a silly political satire has become real life.
Election Night 2020 looks set to be long and tense, so there may be plenty of time to watch some election night-themes TV show episodes and movies from "The West Wing," "Veep" and more.
"But I was also 21 and unprepared to be there as a performer."
"We are lucky to live in the age of JLD. Long may she reign," fellow female comic Lena Dunham said of the star.
"He's sort of a pretend, fake president."
Book by Cliff Sim claims John Kelly told staff to put country before president.
"You can't push people of color to create their own stories until you give people of color the opportunity to create their own stories," Usman Ally from 'Veep.'
The lead writer said they had to change the gag after the claims made in an unverified dossier.
You can see President Josiah Bartlet's inauguration on "The West Wing," or Frank Underwood sliming his way into the presidency on "House of Cards."
The likely Democratic nominee also discussed both her Republican and Democratic opponents on the show Wednesday.
Hillary Clinton doesn't need magic to win the election. She needs 270 electoral votes.
Sunday night's Season Four finale of the HBO political comedy hinted at how little power the President actually wields.
Networks have figured out how to tell stories that evolve slowly, involving three-dimensional characters that demand the audience's attention.