Madam Secretary (2014– )

TV Series   |  TV-PG   |    |  Drama

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A political drama which looks into the life of the Secretary of State as she tries to balance work with family.

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  • Téa Leoni and Tim Daly in Madam Secretary (2014)
  • Geoffrey Arend and Sara Ramirez in Madam Secretary (2014)
  • Sebastian Arcelus and Patina Miller in Madam Secretary (2014)
  • Zeljko Ivanek and Wallis Currie-Wood in Madam Secretary (2014)
  • Téa Leoni in Madam Secretary (2014)
  • Tim Daly and Yuval David in Madam Secretary (2014)

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20 March 2015 | kodenkan
| Give it a chance
This is a great new show that highlights Tea's and Tim's acting chops. I'm glad to see casting chose the talented versus gorgeous actor route and graced them with intelligent crisp dialogue. I'm a guy and it's nice to see a middle aged woman get a leading role.

The geopolitics and inner politics are a bit reminiscent of "West Wing" although the ensemble doesn't have the synergy of WW's first two seasons, and the cast doesn't play off each other quite as well.

Unfortunately, most of the reviews I've read thus far reveal that the public sees this show as an unpaid ad vehicle to Secty Clinton - I disagree - so tragically, it may not last long.

I agree with a previous reviewer who asserted that the eldest daughter is obnoxious. She's probably written true to life: she'd likely be spoiled and entitled having grown up upper middle class in today's society with her privileges. And she'd probably be saddled with sophomoritis since she's a 20 year old articulate woman who's a freshman dropout.

I also have to marvel at the negotiating/conflict resolution skill of the writers as voiced by the parents. Several times I've had to stop the program and sit at the TV in amazement at how deftly these parents dealt with a child's misbehaving or explanations of tragedies. And Tea's character displays the same art in her political maneuvering. Wow! I wish I could diffuse arguments that artfully. Or had been graced with parents who had an iota of their skill.

Bottom line: this show deserves to be renewed.

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