Madam Secretary got off to a decent start Sunday.
Buoyed by an NFL overrun, the new Tea Leoni drama bowed to 14.2 million viewers and a 1.9 in the adults 18-to-49 demographic, making it ...
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Will you elect Madam Secretary for another term?
Now that the political drama has premiered, we want to know your...
Many observers will try to compare Elizabeth McCord, the fictional Madam Secretary (of State) winningly played by Téa Leoni, to Hillary Clinton — given the high-profile government cabinet position, and the hair color, and a Benghazi-like crisis by the second episode. But the real comparison to be made is with the show's Sunday night companion piece on CBS: The Good Wife, and that's where this well-meaning and generally entertaining Madam comes up a bit short.
When Téa Leoni signed on to headline the new CBS drama Madam Secretary, she knew something had to give.
"For me, it was cooking," she tells TVGuide.com with a laugh. "The kids hate my cooking. They totally don't...