Madam Secretary (2014–2019)
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Leaving the Station 

President Elizabeth McCord kicks off a new landmark political initiative with help from members of the World Cup Champion U.S. Women's Soccer team, while Flo Avery (Cicely Tyson), who was ... See full summary »

Director:

Eric Stoltz

Writers:

Barbara Hall (created by), Barbara Hall | 1 more credit »
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Cast

Episode cast overview, first billed only:
Téa Leoni ... Elizabeth McCord
Tim Daly ... Henry McCord
Keith Carradine ... President Conrad Dalton
Patina Miller ... Daisy Grant
Geoffrey Arend ... Matt Mahoney
Erich Bergen ... Blake Moran
Sebastian Arcelus ... Jay Whitman
Kathrine Herzer ... Alison McCord
Evan Roe ... Jason McCord
Wallis Currie-Wood ... Stephanie 'Stevie' McCord
Kevin Rahm ... Michael 'Mike B' Barnow
Zeljko Ivanek ... Russell Jackson
Cicely Tyson ... Flo Avery
Tyne Daly ... Senator Amy Ross
Linda Emond ... Carol Jackson
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Storyline

President Elizabeth McCord kicks off a new landmark political initiative with help from members of the World Cup Champion U.S. Women's Soccer team, while Flo Avery (Cicely Tyson), who was born the day women were granted the right to vote, looks on. Opposing the initiative is Senator Amy Ross (Tyne Daley) from Ohio. Also, the McCords overcome last-minute obstacles to pull off a spectacular family celebration with a reunion of familiar faces, that includes a performance by Peter Frampton. Written by Evan Nayee

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Drama

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TV-PG
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Language:

English

Release Date:

8 December 2019 (USA) See more »

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Stereo

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Color

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16:9 HD
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Last episode of the series. See more »

Goofs

Flo Avery correctly says that the equal pay law is not part of the constitution and can just as easily be taken away versus a constitutional amendment. However, she refers to the "All men are created equal" phrase in the Declaration of Independence as excluding women except the Declaration of Independence is neither part of the Constitution nor law, so she too is conflating issues. See more »

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References Dancing with the Stars (2005) See more »

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Great way to end the series
15 December 2019 | by charlespudlasSee all my reviews

I missed the first three seasons but was able to binge watch to catch up. I have enjoyed the story from the start, as the writing took various elements from the front pages of the News, and incorporated them into the show. To keep it all non-partisan was fantastic. and throwing in many usual daily chores and duties we all have, all the while being able to keep their work on an even keel was very nice to see. I actually shed a tear when the show ended, knowing that the world has truly changed in the short time since the show started. Thank you to all those involved in the making of Madam Secretary, may you find more success in your future work.


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