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 Madam Secretary: The Final Season

 Review by Suzanne Lanoue 4/10/20

This series is still going strong, so it's a shame that it was canceled and only given 10 episodes to wrap it up. Still, viewers should enjoy the ending with its continued wit and intelligence.

I can't say too much more without giving away spoilers. Téa Leoni's Elizabeth McCord becomes President this season, so the show has become a sort of alternate history of what might have been, had Hillary Clinton won. I believe she also has a cameo this season.

The show that neatly balances politics and family drama finishes on this last DVD set. You should buy it if you're bought the other 5 seasons.

MORE INFORMATION:

Madam Secretary: The Final Season, Madam Secretary: The Complete Series

Street Date: April 7, 2020

Format: DVD

Description: Stars Téa Leoni as Elizabeth McCord, the shrewd, determined secretary of state who drives international diplomacy and circumvents protocol as she negotiates global and domestic issues, both at the White House and at home. A college professor and a brilliant former CIA analyst who left for ethical reasons, Elizabeth returned to public life at the request of President Conrad Dalton, who values McCord’s political leanings, deep knowledge of the Middle East, flair for languages and ability to not just think outside the box, but not even acknowledge there is a box. McCord’s team includes her chief of staff, Jay Whitman; policy advisor, Kat Sandoval; speechwriter, Matt Mahoney; press coordinator, Daisy Grant; and charming assistant, Blake Moran. As McCord debates third-world problems, confronts issues related to her decision to run for president, finesses foreign dignitaries at work and does battle with the president’s combative chief of staff, Russell Jackson, that’s just a warm-up for when she goes home to her supportive husband, theology-professor-turned-intelligence-operative Henry, and their three children, where “politics” and “compromise” take on new meaning.

 

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