Madam Secretary: Season 4 (2017 - 2018)

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Episodes

1
Air date: Oct 8, 2017
2
Air date: Oct 15, 2017
3
Air date: Oct 22, 2017
4
Air date: Oct 29, 2017
5
Air date: Nov 5, 2017
6
Air date: Nov 12, 2017
7
Air date: Nov 19, 2017
8
Air date: Nov 26, 2017
9
Air date: Dec 10, 2017
10
Air date: Dec 17, 2017
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Tv Season Info

Season 4 of the drama series opens with Elizabeth (Téa Leoni) being involved with a conspiracy theory that claims she was involved in the vice minister of Timor-Leste's death; meanwhile, Dmitri (Chris Petrovski) joins the CIA, and Alison (Katherine Herzer) moves away to college. Later in the season, Elizabeth deals with the shutdown of the government, the difficult situations in Libya and Lebanon, and the negotiation for the liberation of an agent who was kidnapped by the Taliban. The McCord family also has to deal with more normal issues, such as the kids' doubts about their impending adulthood.

Cast

Téa Leoni
as Elizabeth McCord
Tim Daly
as Henry McCord
Zeljko Ivanek
as Russell Jackson
Keith Carradine
as President Conrad Dalton
Sebastian Arcelus
as Jay Whitman
Bebe Neuwirth
as Nadine Tolliver
Patina Miller
as Daisy Grant
Geoffrey Arend
as Matt Mahoney
Erich Bergen
as Blake Moran
Katherine Herzer
as Alison McCord
Wallis Currie-Wood
as Stephanie "Stevie" McCord
Evan Roe
as Jason McCord
Mike Pniewski
as Gordon Becker
Clifton Davis
as Ephraim Ware
Sara Ramirez
as Kat Sandoval
Chris Petrovski
as Dmitri Petrov
Sam Breslin Wright
as Dylan Larsen
José Zúñiga
as Sen. Carlos Morejon
Johanna Day
as Admiral Ellen Hill
Mandy Gonzalez
as Lucy Knox
Yasen Peyankov
as Russian Foreign Minister Konstantin Avdonin
Ephraim Ware
as Clifton Davis
Tony Plana
as Admiral Ed Parker
Francis Jue
as Foreign Minister Chen
Jayne Atkinson
as Theresa Hurst
Chagmion Antoine
as News Anchor
Ursula Taherian
as Nafisa Samadi
Justine Lupe
as Captain Ronnie Baker
Eric Stoltz
as Will Adams
Kumiko Konishi
as Angela Loftus
Kevin Rahm
as Michael "Mike B. Barnow
Mandy Gonzales
as Lucy Knox
John Cullum
as Senator Beau Carpenter
Michael Gaston
as Hugh Haymond
John Procaccino
as Congressman Lee Baskin
Sandra Daley
as Adele Steele
Anna Khaja
as Amina Salah
John Dossett
as General David Nelson
Masha King
as Talia Petrov
Jamie Jackson
as Colonel Frederic McPherson
John Bolton
as Attorney General Nolan
Mark Tallman
as Captain Barnes
Christiane Noll
as Michaelle Harberts
Nuah Ozryel
as Prince Asim
Jimmy Brooks
as DS Agent # 1
Florencia Lozano
as Dr. Ruth Hubbard
Castulo Guerra
as Mario Zaragoza
Nana Mensah
as Sally Palermo
Emma Factor
as Lucinda
Melissa Joyner
as Major Isabella Talbot
Clark Jackson
as Interrogator
George Merrick
as Major Frank Hoplink
Paul Niebanck
as Tom Brewer
Anthony Thomas
as Major Jennings
B.D. Wong
as Brent Rosen
Matt Meinsen
as DS Agent Matt
Tim Kang
as Neal Shin
Jayne Atkinston
as Teresa Hurst
Murphy Guyer
as General Paul Bradley
Yassmin Alers
as Colonel Lisa Brown
Morgan Freeman
as Chief Justice Wilbourne
Kimberly S. Fairbanks
as Bitsy Chambers
Robert Petkoff
as Lyle Belkin
Ethan Peck
as Roman Tolliver
Roslyn Ruff
as Marguerite Sanchez
Kate Burton
as Maureen McCord
Joe Cassidy
as Lt. Randy Nazenford
Elpidia Carrillo
as President Daphne Tejeda
John Rue
as General Braxton Winfield
Myra Lucretia-Taylor
as Charlotte Hoot
Judy McLane
as Angela Nelson
Kent Shocknek
as News Anchor
Kate Arrington
as Shauna Chin
Amanda M. Rodriguez
as Maryam Gagulia
Bhavesh Patel
as President U Khaing
Skipp Sudduth
as Petr Harriman
Faran Tahir
as President Tarindo Nandasiri
Chris Ghaffari
as Luis Garcia
Amir Darvish
as Nick Suleiman
Gillian Glasco
as Director Amy
Gabriel Lawrence
as Tac Team Leader
Justin Walker White
as Cute Guy Kyle
Colby Minifie
as Bella Rossi
Purva Bedi
as Ms. Alvarez
Firdous Bamji
as Fank Boroumand
Emily Skinner
as Jennifer Probst
Nicholas Guest
as President Salnikov
Deidre Goodwin
as Jessica Moore
Linda Emond
as Carol Jackson
Ravi Kapoor
as Sameet Akhtar
Maz Siam
as Minister Esfahani
Jonathan Kells Phillips
as Artem Markevich
Fredric Lehne
as John Dalton
Carey Van Driest
as Gisele Durand
Misha Kuznetsov
as President Nuri Lakoba
Sam Underwood
as Andrew Hill
Tom Kopache
as Bob Haverford
Saad Siddigui
as Hakan Uzun
Flor De Liz Perez
as Sofia Martinez
Charles Socarides
as Scott Goodman
Timothy Zakerin
as Najaf Naceri
Dan Fenaughty
as Yellow Pants Guy
Robert Manning Jr.
as Colonel Farris
Tzi Ma
as President Miguel Da Silva
Maddie Corman
as Donna Parker
Sharar Isaac
as Salman Al Nasri
Cherelle Cargill
as Security Guard
Steven Hauck
as Jonas Grenier
Dee Pelletier
as Loana Dragov
Kevin O'Rourke
as Chip Harding
Peter Ganim
as Samir Nassif
Erick Gonzalez
as Secret Service Agent # 1
Raul Aranas
as Rogerio Bento
Brian Tarantina
as Motel Manager
Kenneth Maharaj
as Dr. Punkaj
Andrew Samonsky
as Jim Dawson
Yuval David
as Matvey Sokolov
Nikki Massoud
as Afia Faroogi
Portia
as Dr. Elena Guskin
Marceline Hugot
as Evelyn Schultz
Desmin Borges
as Miguel Briseño
Corey Allen
as Officer Trevor Henson
Modi Rosenfeld
as Oded Dahan
Cindy Katz
as Diane Cramer
Danny Johnson
as Gage Henriksen
Marco Porras
as Honduran Singer # 1
Michael Pemberton
as Governor Rick Hawkins
Seth Barrish
as Marc Nichols
Antony Hagopian
as Dave Harberts
Saundra Santiago
as Margarita Garcia
Michael Nathanson
as Robert Holland
Anthony Ruiz
as Sergio Macias
Robert Dobrev
as Gruff Man aka Igor Reznikov
Lizbeth MacKay
as Karen Dawson
Maureen Mueller
as Danish Foreign Minister Nissen
Jack Topalian
as President Kozlu
Tom Wiggin
as Ash Mackey
Ezequiel Pujols
as Honduran Singer # 2
Roderick Hill
as Sean Bryant
J. Tucker Smith
as Shelton Anderson
Mario Bosquez
as Reporter
Corey Allen
as Officer Trevor Henson
Rosa Evangelina Arredondo
as Valeria Castillo
Vanessa Kai
as CIA Agent
Mark Prizov
as Trucker aka Yaroslav Ryback
Onata Aprile
as Julie Harberts
Mairin Lee
as Crowd Member
Gwendolyn Ellis
as Grace Dawson
Neil Hellegers
as Norwegian Foreign Minister Klevan
Artem Lyskov
as Abkhazian Man
Anna Roshelle Diaz
as Olivia Pedilla
Karl Kenzler
as Marty Hawk
Caroline Aaron
as Edie Moran
Thom Bishops
as General Nawroz Zrezou
Patricia Kalember
as Senator Kate Fletcher
Mike Cornell
as Jack Dunn
Wynn Harmon
as Chaplain
Midori Nakamura
as Ana Bento
Jessica Hecht
as Julia MacDonald
Tijuana Ricks
as Rhonda Gunderson
Tim Matheson
as Fred Moran
Jennifer Van Dyck
as Cecilia Pedilla
Scott Jaeck
as Bob Dawson
Don Noble
as Canadian Foreign Minster Warren
A.J. Shively
as Quentin
Roman Blat
as Bouncer
Victor Williams
as Anthony Colvert
William Ragsdale
as Peter Gunderson
Frank Rodriguez
as Thomas Pedilla
Jay Harik
as President Sharza
R. Ward Duffy
as Samuel Singer
Michael McGowan
as Trevor Vance
Joey Parsons
as Reporter #1
Rob Yang
as President Kenatbek Nogoyev
Phil McGlaston
as Investigating Officer
Dorcus Leung
as Stage Manager
J. Oscar Simmons
as Gaafar El-Basha
Starla Benford
as Mary Wilford
Sinan Eczacibasi
as Turkish Soldier # 1
Tom White
as Reporter #2
Ivan Goris
as Federale #1
Julie Fain Lawrence
as Dolly Rasmussen
Gheree O'Bannon
as DS Agent # 2
Judith Lightfoot Clarke
as Mistress of Ceremonies
Gregg Edelman
as Pay Findlay
Matt Meinsin
as DS Agent Matt
M. Grace Sutton
as Magna Nagy
Duarte Geraldino
as News Anchor #2
Rufus Collins
as John Rasmussen
Volkan Eryaman
as Turkish Solder # 2
Chantal Ncahko
as Military Aide
Bones Rodriguez
as Federale #2
Howard W. Overshown
as Mitchell Williams
Marcus Naylor
as Faculty Member # 1
Steve Blanchard
as Captain Joseph Prosky
Wally Dunn
as CBP Officer Burke
Natalie Kim
as Translator
Manny Urena
as Prison Guard
Ari Barkan
as Sergei Khulakov
Veronica Cruz
as Faculty Member # 2
Amelia Workman
as Jogging Mom
Nafeesa Monroe
as Emily Hayes
Adrian Alvarado
as Spec Ops # 1
Abraham Alvarez
as Panamanian Foreign Minister
Chantal Nchako
as Military Aide
Lisa Tharps
as Nicole Montgomery
Marinda Anderson
as Monica Miller
Vandit Bhatt
as FBI Tech
Ismail Bashey
as Ahmet Avci
Anthony Aguilar
as Gang Member # 1
Ramsey Faragallah
as Prime Minister Omar Arif
Rafael Benoit
as Gang Member # 2
Marc Webster
as Alpha Team Leader
Doreen Montalvo
as FBI Agent # 2
Raul Torres
as Mexican Marine
Holly Chou
as Reporter # 1
Blake Zolfo
as Stage Manager
Mark Jacoby
as Jacob Barker
Miles Arcan
as Soldier # 1
Nancy Lemenager
as Natalie Barker
Chris Doi
as Kyrgyz Officer
Fady Kerko
as Soldier # 2
Paco Tolson
as Military Tech
Walid Chaya
as Soldier # 3
Marja Harmon
as Waitress
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Critic Reviews for Madam Secretary Season 4

All Critics (3) | Top Critics (0)

Tea Leoni and Tim Daly kill it on the home front. The kids are great with their one-liners, even if the more involved arcs with them could use some work.

Oct 1, 2018 | Rating: 3.7/5 | Full Review…

Compared to the bomb-throwing excitements of other "topical" series, Madam Secretary's comforting politics are not going to set the world on fire. In a world already on fire, that's precisely the point.

Oct 23, 2017 | Full Review…

Really, the supporting cast is what makes this show work for me.

Oct 9, 2017 | Rating: 3.7/5 | Full Review…

Audience Reviews for Madam Secretary: Season 4

  • May 07, 2018
    This is the best show on tV. It often reflects real life and the cast and the writing is solid and believable. Few errors and one finds himself immersed in the day to day workings of the White house, or what the white house used to be like. Obviously, it's an idealized view of the workings of the government, especially compared to the government of today.
  • Apr 22, 2018
    LOVe this show for all its political Intrigue!
  • Mar 28, 2018
    Love this show - The cast is awesome!
  • Dec 16, 2017
    I watched the first series. It had a glimour of hope. There was some great kind of potential to it. Today I watched the first episode of the 4th season. It really hasn't changed. Today however, I also chose to change my toilet flushing tablets from blue to pink. The pink apparently has the smell of rose blossom and strawberry. Still to smell that. However, back to the program. I have no idea why this has made it to Series 4. It is inspid, unrealstic and totally unatural representation of what could have been a really insightful insight into what it is to be a woman in government. Instead the producers, writers and directors have chosen to candy floss the whole experience with easy wins and difficult situations with easy wins, whilst at the same time having a theology professor as her husband providing a constant moral, if out dated, compass. Add some whiny kids with 'issues' (presumably cos their mom is the new 'Oprah'), and there we have it. Give it a miss.
  • Nov 05, 2017
    From world affairs to family dynamics, this is one of the great dramas in perhaps the golden age of great dramas.

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