Are you excited for what lies ahead on “State of Affairs“? Clearly, there is quite a bit to look forward to, and it comes via a variety of different categories: Drama, betrayal, romance, and politics. All of these intersect on the show.
Specifically, it is not entirely clear if the promo below is for the show’s first episode back in January, or if it is meant a little more as a look at multiple episodes airing next month. Either way, it appears as though the Katherine Heigl series really is doing everything it can right now to take things up another notch. For all of those worried about whether or not the show was going to run out of steam, that’s not happening. As a matter of fact, we feel at the moment like we are getting the best overall stories that we have seen to date.
Just in case you have not seen it yet, below is the official synopsis for the next new episode:
“Sixty-five photos of national landmarks suddenly surface, all featuring the är rissãlah symbol. Meanwhile, a college student claiming to be an är rissãlah operative breaks into the White House. The 7th floor team works to figure out the identities of the picture takers as the hunt for Al Moosari continues. Charlie (Katherine Heigl), now in Yemen, desperately tries to make contact with her asset while evading the Yemeni secret police. Nick’s (guest star Chris L. McKenna) masked captor lets him go only to lead him to his next mission. Back at Langley, Lucas (Adam Kaufman) takes the lead on the interrogation of a potential, and very controversial, är rissãlah member. At the same time, President Payton (Alfre Woodard) must make a hard choice between getting a much-needed win or holding out for her long-term goal of killing Sheikh Hakam.”
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