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Madam Secretary

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This series, with Téa Leoni as the eponymous character and also as a producer, has got me hooked. One thing I like about it (aside from the various plot twists and turns and nice interlacing of disparate story arcs) is that the protagonist has that rare thing on TV: a functional family, a family able to settle agreements and, though making mistakes from time to time, is able to respond rationally.

Free on Netflix streaming.

Some nice touches—and let this be a SPOILER ALERT

 

 

 

The father-in-law who conceals his losing his position (superannuated due to age) because revealing it makes it difficult to ignore the mortality issues: i.e., being too old for the job means . . .

Written by LeisureGuy

29 September 2015 at 2:12 pm

Posted in Movies & TV

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