In our Madam Secretary season 4 finale review, we discuss Elizabeth McCord making an enormous decision after a global crisis.
Madam Secretary season 4 review
After watching Madam Secretary season 4 episode 21 as a whole, there is one word we would use to describe the story as a whole: Incomplete. We saw over the course of the hour an escalation of a conflict, one that is getting ever closer to relationships between US and Russia crumbling.
Madam Secretary season 4 episode 20 told the excellent story of a journalist’s struggle between integrity and financial gain, anchored by a great Tim Kang performance.
What Madam Secretary season 4 episode 19 brought to the table was danger and politics courtesy of a war brewing over the North Pole.
Tonight’s Madam Secretary season 4 episode 18 was, of course, a tale of many different narratives.
Tonight on Madam Secretary season 4 episode 17 Elizabeth McCord had to deal with a possible lawsuit. Our review.
This week’s Madam Secretary season 4 episode 16 brought you a number of different stories, with all of them really spanning a number of different topics and venues.
The moment that Madam Secretary season 4 episode 15 began by showing some flashbacks of earlier on in Conrad Dalton’s career, one thing felt almost immediately clear: There was a possibility that he could never return to office.
Tonight, Madam Secretary season 4 episode 14 continued its waiting game when it comes to one subject: Conrad Dalton’s return. There was no sighting of the President tonight; instead, Elizabeth had her work cut out for her taking on a completely different sort of crisis.
After a long break Madam Secretary season 4 episode 13 aired on Sunday night, and at the center of it was a struggle that was somewhat different than any other that we have seen on the series to date.