All posts tagged 'Madam Secretary'

‘Madam Secretary’, ‘NCIS: Los Angeles’, ‘Kevin Can Wait’ & More Renewed For Next Season

CBS on Thursday handed out renewals to some thirteen of their scripted series, eleven of which currently have UK homes. Those eleven series to get the nod for the 2017-2018 broadcast season are: Madam Secretary (Sky Living), NCIS: Los Angeles (Sky1), Kevin Can Wait (E4), Blue Bloods (Sky Atlantic), NCIS: New Orleans (Channel 5), Bull (FOX UK), Mom (ITV2), Life In Pieces (Amazon Prime Video UK), MacGyver (Sky1), Hawaii Five-0 (Sky1) and Scorpion (ITV2).

Jill Hennessy Joins ‘Madam Secretary’ As DIA Agent

Jill HennessyFormer Law & Order and Crossing Jordan star Jill Hennessy has booked a recurring role on CBS' Téa Leoni fronted State Department drama Madam Secretary, TVWise has learned. She will play Jane Fellows, Henry's (Tim Daly) new Defense Intelligence Agency handler, who is a commanding yet discreet political operator known for keeping cool in a crisis and who may not always see eye to eye with him.

Madeleine Albright Lands Guest Role On ‘Madam Secretary’

Madam SecretaryMadeline Albright, who served as the first female US Secretary of State during President Clinton's second term in office from 1997-2001, has been tapped for a guest starring role on the second season of CBS' State Department drama Madam Secretary. The former SecState will play herself in an episode, which is set to air this Fall on CBS. In the episode Albright advises Secretary of State Elizabeth McCord (Téa Leoni) on how to navigate a sticky situation with National Security Advisor Craig Sterling (Julian Acosta), that is threatening to fracture her relationship with President Conrad Dalton (Keith Carradine).

TV Trailer: ‘Madam Secretary’ On Sky Living

Sky Living has released the first trailer for CBS' State Department drama Madam Secretary, which is set to premiere on the channel on Thursday April 23rd at 9pm.

CBS Renews ‘NCIS: New Orleans’, ‘Madam Secretary’ & ‘Scorpion’

NCIS New Orleans (FT)At the network's executive panel at the Television Critics Association Winter Press Tour, CBS' Chairman of Entertainment Nina Tassler announced that they had renewed rookie dramas NCIS: New Orleans, Madam Secretary and Scorpion for second seasons.