What would you do if the President of the United States offered you the opportunity to “affect real change in the world?” Elizabeth McCord is presented the opportunity to answer just that question. The former CIA analyst, wife, parent and college professor is told by the President that she can think it over, but that he “won’t take no for an answer.” Moving to Georgetown and taking the Secretary of State position, Elizabeth finds herself contending with problems that could have come from the evening news. She demonstrates great personal integrity and a willingness to circumvent the conventional to solve the world’s problems. Elizabeth must balance the pressures of maintaining her family with the demands of the job. Madam Secretary is a reminder of how government should work.
It’s never politics as usual for Secretary of State Elizabeth McCord (Téa Leoni). In Season 4 of Madam Secretary, McCord faces everything from international issues to personal upheavals. Whether she’s being accused of murdering a foreign diplomat, trying to contain a smallpox outbreak, or sending her daughter off to college, there’s no crisis she can’t handle. Her husband, CIA Agent Henry (Tim Daly), stirs controversy by recruiting a former member of the Russian military to work for the Agency. She continues to advise President Conrad Dalton (Keith Carradine), even as she goes toe-to-toe with the White House Chief of Staff Russell Jackson (Zeljko Ivanek). Navigating the complicated twists and turns of the D.C. machine gets even more challenging when loyal State Department insider Nadine Tolliver (Bebe Neuwirth) decides to retire. But Elizabeth’s team only gets stronger with the addition of brilliant political strategist Kat Sandoval (Sara Ramirez). Faced with the threats of the world, Madam Secretary proves to be a global force. Collect all 22 episodes in this riveting, politically relevant 6-disc set.
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