Articles for Madam Secretary Season 1

CBS has announced its 2014-2015 primetime schedule, and four dramas will be joining the fall lineup, with two others being held for the midseason. CBS has decided to slot Madam Secretary in before The Good Wife on Sundays, pair NCIS: New Orleans with NCIS on Tuesdays with NCIS: Los Angeles moving to Monday, pair Stalker with Criminal Minds to make for a two-hour block that will make you double check that your windows and doors are locked. CBS will also get rid of the four-comedies block on Mondays and air Scorpion at 9pm. Read more »
CBS, the most stable network on TV, announced its 2014-2015 schedule on Wednesday and it features some rather big changes. Due to the arrival of Thursday Night Football, The Big Bang Theory will return to Mondays briefly in an attempt to rebuild the night.  Read more »
CBS has set its premiere dates for Fall 2014, and as usual, the vast majority of the network‘s shows will debut in the final week of September. There are some big changes, however, including the arrival of Thursday Night Football (pushing the regular lineup to the end of October), temporarily moving The Big Bang Theory back to Mondays, and airing two big summer finales during premiere week.  Read more »
Madam Secretary follows the journey of Elizabeth McCord (Tea Leoni) when she unexpectedly is asked to be Secretary of State. She‘s not a politician, but a former CIA analyst and friend of the President.Stars Leoni and Tim Daly (Henry McCord) along with Executive Producers Barbara Hall, Lori McCreary, Morgan Freeman were on stage for the Television Critics Association Summer Press Tour to talk about their new political drama. Read more »
Here are some questions surrounding the new CBS political drama Madam Secretary: will it be the next Good Wife or Scandal? Or will it end up being the next Commander in Chief, which was cancelled after one season? And the question that I‘ve seen an endless amount of articles speculate and discuss: is the titular character based on former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton? Read more »
CBS has picked up the back-nine orders for  NCIS: New Orleans, Scorpion, Madam Secretary and Stalker. Among the four freshman dramas, NCIS: New Orleans ranks the number 1 new series in total audience, with an average of 18.16 million viewers.    Read more »
The Mentalist is coming to an end. CBS announced that the show‘s upcoming seventh season will be its last, and it will premiere right after Thanksgiving. In addition, CBS has set several other winter premieres and finales.  Read more »
CBS is doubling down on its three big freshman dramas. One day after the CW renewed its two first-year dramas for second seasons, CBS did the same for Scorpion, Madam Secretary and NCIS: New Orleans, giving all three orders for season 2 in the 2015-2016 season.  Read more »
CBS has announced 2015 season finale dates for its lineup. Two shows will finish up their current seasons in the back half of April (Scorpion and Mom on April 20 and April 30, respectively), with the remaining shows airing finales all throughout the month of May (from Blue Bloods on May 1 to Battle Creek on May 24).Some series will have expanded two-hour finales, including Hawaii Five-0 on May 8, newbie CSI: Cyber on May 13 and Survivor: Worlds Apart on May 20. (The Jeff Probst-hosted reality competition series, as usual, will air a reunion special following the finale.) And comedy The Odd Couple will wrap its freshman season with a one-hour finale on May 14. Read more »
The Upfronts are almost over, so today is time for CBS to reveal its new schedule for the next TV season. So far we‘ve seen a few different approaches. NBC is using its biggest hit (The Voice) to launch its new shows. FOX is trying an entire night of new programming on Tuesdays while bringing a few mid-season shows to the fall. And ABC is basically sticking with what works, keeping more than three-fourths of its fall schedule identical to the line-up from last fall.  Read more »
CBS is the first network to announce its full slate of premiere dates for Fall 2015. As is customary, the network is rolling out the majority of its premieres in a single week starting on Monday, September 21 with The Big Bang Theory.  Read more »