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 »


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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 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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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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Tyne Daly, who guest stars as Senator Ross is in real life the older sister of Tim Daly (who plays Henry McCord) See more »


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 »


References Dancing with the Stars (2005) See more »

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Good series, disappointing end.
12 December 2019 | by ecopolstSee all my reviews

Madam Secretary has been an excellent TV series. Acting never was all the great but the writers were very up to date and to the point. One could always see the current US political agenda reflected in the series. That is not the case with the this final episode. It ends up being a boring waste of reunions and peeks into lovelives of too many people all remote to the series.

The series strength has always been focus on politics. The final episode doesn't do that and suffers from it. A minor, sudden attempt at making law of a long standing political issue comes out of nowhere and goes nowhere. Thats the political content of the final episode. Acting is no better than usual for this series so we end up with a disappointing final episode. It's only strength is it at least collects many threads left open from earlier.

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8 December 2019 (USA) See more »

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