Madam Secretary

American actress Téa Leoni in the role of fictional Madam Secretary

It is not a political serial, or policing, nor is Biography (this personal doesn’t concern with Hillary Clinton) ... it is like social work fit for watching family members and so are their sense of proportion proud of being Americans, from the country's Elizabeth Faulkner McCord, the heroine of the work, and the fourth woman (assumed), holds the position of State of the United States of America.
Thus, simply, and without dramatic introductions or teaser context, the US president's motorcade stopped at the farm for horses, and the president dismounts to ask the university professor to serve as the country's foreign minister. Without a clear political background, or experience in the work of a former diplomat (except for a passing reference in the second episode previously worked in the Central Intelligence Agency), Elizabeth McCord have (lead role American actress Téa Leoni) to accept this position, which seems as shown by facial features President it does not fit, at this particular stage, only her.
Enter what one of her aide’s calls difference between a maze of philosophical thought, and academic thinking and practical application in situations she faced. From Syria to Yemen, and Pakistan to mediate a dispute between China and Japan, "Madam Secretary " appears in the semi-individual missions, live crisis with White House chief of staff who seems to control the functioning of the president, who, in turn, only a few sentences and phrases that Elizabeth McCord interpreted as a kind of allow her to act in their own way.  
The series show began on 21 September on the American channel, "CBS." In the first episode, we hear from two young Americans arrested in Damascus during their time within one of the armed battalions. She takes the job away from the political and security coordination with forces on the ground. She accepted with a spy who associated with extensive ties to intercontinental gangs and organizations, we do not see or hear from Damascus nothing about it. One telephone call resolves the crisis, compared to one and a half million dollars. Carried out the task, it does not matter how. In the second episode, American leadership obsessed with falling living in "a second Benghazi" crisis when her embassy exposed in Sanaa to armed attack by groups of anti-Americanism and caller her death. Madam Secretary interferes for the agreement with the authority of war mercenaries who go and believe in the safety of the American ambassador in order to avoid a disaster in Sanaa, similar to those that took place in Benghazi. Then move to an agreement with Pakistan, and then working to mediate for the implementation of a peace agreement between China and Japan.
This sequence of events, with the highlight the details of her personal life, her husband is a teacher of religion, and her son and her two daughters, seems superficially with the absence of any kind of thrill and excitement. Everything resolves through phone calls or conversations via Skype. From here, the work seems revolves around the same, there is no focus on her personal life and the implications of its diplomatic, nor does it clarify what can be displayed from secrets pull the viewer and attract to work on the grounds that it is exposed to the reality of events taking place in the most powerful country in the world, and this, alone, can be a fertile environment for entertaining stories. For this, the series seems which was produced by "CBS" and being across 22 episodes, directed to a watcher (still) incredibly believes idealistic quotes and American justice achieved here in individual initiatives in situations.


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