Madam Secretary: Season 1
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In the first season of the gripping political thriller Madam Secretary, Dr. Elizabeth McCord (Téa Leoni) navigates the maze of politics to protect America and affect global issues. When the current Secretary of State is killed in a mysterious airplane accident, the White House turns to Elizabeth to take over the job. As a former CIA analyst, she understands the risks of the world. However, she's far less prepared for the treachery of politics.
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My family is so pleased with this series. The couple is, shockingly, supportive of each other. Their children are cared for and considered, but the couple has their passions as well (versus living every moment for their children's lives).
The casting of Tea Leoni is perfect, the supporting cast is superb as well. Every week there's another scene or line that my entire family 'relives' for the next week.
Oh, and by the way, my family doesn't watch network television. In fact, the only television we see is carefully selected movies and children's series. We came upon this series on Amazon by accident, and because we loved Tea Leoni already, decided to try the pilot.
The world that Madam Secretary works in has many similarities to reality. One episode mirrors the Benghazi incident, another episode features leaks of classified government documents. And although the way the world works in 'Madam Secretary' is not how the world works, but I really wish it did.
Very much worth your time.
They film it close up and move slowly either way.
The difference is that there is a compelling plot and when seeing the common bonds of how a family in the spot light lives, (about a third of it) and how the Madam Secretary lives, I sort of feel that it affects my own reality on how I take on challenges. It is really worth the time and the lines seem to flow naturally and the story is totally believable.