Following tonight’s big series finale, is there a reason to think a Madam Secretary season 7 could actually happen? Can we have any hope for the show’s future over at CBS?
Well, we should go ahead and make this clear from the get-go: There are no intentions for a season 7. That’s one of the reasons why tonight is billed as the series finale in the first place! We have a hard time imagining that the show’s executive producers wanted to end the show with episode 10 — if nothing else, they would’ve loved having a longer final season to wrap things up. What we’re getting at here is that we’re not sure that there can be a revival even if the producers and the cast wanted to.
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In the end, the idea of a season 7 will be dependent based on whether or not it’s something that CBS or another network wants. After that, it then comes down to whether or not the producers and the cast come back. Then, what’s the story? We think that there’s always going to be room for a story about someone like Elizabeth McCord, a character who can be so easily appreciated as bringing light and optimism to the political world. After all, that’s not something that you’re really getting from a lot of different places. Even if a Madam Secretary season 7 focused on Elizabeth trying to find the good in the world after her Presidency, that could still be compelling. (Sure, we’d also be very much happy to see more of Elizabeth as President, as well.)
We wouldn’t expect there to be any more Madam Secretary in the future, but at least for now, we know a lot about what makes this show so great — the hope, the spirit, and the heart. Let’s cross our fingers and imagine that Elizabeth continues to be a light, even if we don’t see her on-screen moving forward.
Do you ever want to see a Madam Secretary season 7 someday?
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