Review: ‘The West Wing’ reunion brings the fight to Trump. And it doesn’t even name him

Even before the election entered the home stretch, the streaming screen has been alive with reunions, by video conference and other means — “The Good Place,” “The Real World Boston,” “The Fresh Prince of Bel-Air,” “High School Musical” and many more. Many had a charity aspect — way back in April “A Parks and Recreation Special” offered an actual new episode, within a quarantine frame, to benefit Meals on Wheels — some were just for the fun of it, and others have been specific in their political support. On Tuesday, stars of various “Star Trek” series, including Brent Spiner, Alison Pill, Jonathan Frakes, Wil Wheaton and Kate Mulgrew, along with Democratic trekkies Stacey Abrams, Andrew Yang, Cory Booker and Pete Buttigieg came together for “Trek the Vote” in support of the Biden Victory Fund; on Friday, original cast members of “Hamilton” will reunite for a Q&A and “special performance” (no minimum contribution necessary).

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