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Vulture Watch Will Dr. Elizabeth McCord win her fight to balance work and family? Has the Madam Secretary TV show been cancelled or renewed for a fourth season on CBS? The television vulture is watching for TV cancellation and renewal news, so this page is a dedicated place to track the status of Madam Secretary season four. Bookmark it, or subscribe for the latest updates. Remember, the television vulture is watching your shows. Are you? What's This TV Show About? A political drama airing on the television network, Madam Secretary follows the shrewd, determined Elizabeth McCord (Téa Leoni). As U.S. Secretary of State, she battles office politics, while driving international diplomacy and negotiating global deals. She also handles domestic issues — both at the White House and at home. A college professor, Elizabeth was once a CIA analyst, who left her post for ethical reasons. She »
While on break from playing the CW series’ heartthrob Rafael, Baldoni traveled to New York to shoot two episodes of CBS’ Madam Secretary… which seems odd, until you hear him talk about the political drama and realize he’s a superfan.
Read on to hear his thoughts about playing Kevin Park, a new co-worker who catches Daisy’s eye and who may be keeping a few secrets, then make sure to press Play on »
During the 2016 presidential election celebrities found increasingly creative ways to show their support for Hillary Clinton. (Rihanna’s shirtception being the the most chill endorsement ever.) Now months after the election, stars are still standing by their candidate through cool fashion choices and even taking their support to the small screen. In one episode of Madam Secretary, Téa Leoni’s character Elizabeth McCord was spotted wearing a Hillary Clinton pendant necklace in just about every scene.
Just noticed that @TeaLeoni has been wearing this Hillary Pendant on @MadamSecretary – Pendant made by Hrc supporter https://t.co/8MqmoTFlC7 pic.twitter.com »
- Colleen Kratofil
Tim Daly assured fans that he's "all good" after after a skiing accident that occurred while he was at the Sundance Film Festival in Park City, Utah.
On Tuesday, a source told Et that the Madam Secretary star broke both his legs while out on the slopes, but the 60-year-old actor cited his specific injuries in a recent tweet. "Humans!!! Broke my right ankle and left knee skiing," he wrote. "Simultaneously! How's that for talent? I'm all good."
Daly is scheduled to appear on a panel with his Madam Secretary co-stars at BroadwayCon in New York City on Saturday, but it's not yet known if he'll be able to make the event. "The Madam Secretary panel schedule will be the same," a rep for BroadwayCon told Et in a statement. "We're in communication with the Madam Secretary team and are hopeful that Tim will be able to join us.”
Exclusive: Chrissy Metz Dishes on Knee Injury and Hopes »
An accident on the slopes has left writers of political drama “Madam Secretary” scrambling after star Tim Daly reportedly injured himself while skiing at Sundance. According to Variety, Daly — who plays the husband of Tea Leoni’s Secretary of State — is expected to undergo surgery on Wednesday, and doctors expect he’ll need between six to […] »
- Brent Furdyk
Ouch! Madam Secretary actor Tim Daly suffered a bad accident and broke both of his legs while skiing at Sundance, according to Deadline. Production won't be affected by Daly's injury, and he will appear in all episodes of the current third season. Writers are said to be debating whether to write his injury into the script. Daly stars opposite Téa Leoni in the CBS series. He plays Henry McCord, head of a special intelligence analyst unit and the husband of Leoni's Elizabeth McCord, who is Secretary of State in the show. In addition to playing onscreen spouses, Leoni and Daly are also a couple in real life. nullThe duo started dating in December 2014, about six months after Leoni and »
Tim Daly's Sundance Film Festival trip was cut short when he broke both of his legs while skiing in Park City, Utah.
Some have speculated that the Madam Secretary star's injury may impact production on the CBS political drama. Daly's injury could require adjustments to be made to upcoming scripts, a source tells Et.
Daly -- who plays Henry McCord, husband of Secretary of State Elizabeth McCord (Tea Leoni) -- is expected to appear in every episode of the current third season, despite his injury, the source says. »
It looks like Tim Daly might have a rough couple of months ahead of him.
The Madam Secretary actor broke both of his legs while skiing at Sundance, according to Deadline. Writers for the show are said to be debating whether or not to work Daly’s injury into the show.
Production on the show will not be impacted by the injury and the 60-year-old actor will reportedly still appear in all episodes of the current third season.
Daly plays Henry McCord, the head of a special intelligence analysis unit. He stars opposite Téa Leoni, who portrays Secretary of State Elizabeth McCord. »
- Alexia Fernandez
The producers of “Madam Secretary” may need to rewrite part of the show’s current season after star Tim Daly was injured in a skiing accident. The actor broke both of his legs while on vacation in Sundance.
Daly is scheduled to have surgery on Wednesday, and the team behind the hit CBS show has been told that the actor is expected to need between six and eight weeks to fully recover. In the interim, the “Madam Secretary” producers and writing staff are weighing a number of options, including either incorporating Daly’s injury into the plot of the program or shooting around him. The actor plays the husband of the Secretary of State (Tea Leoni) and despite his broken legs, he will continue to appear in every episode of the season. One source close to the production said that the show may be far enough along in its shooting schedule that few changes could be needed »
- Brent Lang
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