'Madam Secretary' Season 3 Cast Update, Spoilers: Episode 9 To See Death of Major Character [TEASER]
Know what's going to happen next in "Madam Secretary" Season 3 (and who's going to die!).
Dakin Matthews' American Ambassador Roy will be killed in Madam Secretary Season 3. Aside from that, CBS has finally released the official plot description and a preview clip of episode 9 'Snap Back', while a recap of episode 8 is highlighted here for fans who have missed to watch it.
Series regular Dakin Matthews will officially exit Madam Secretary Season 3. The 76-year old American actor will be killed off in the series. However, no details and information has been stated about his reason to leave. Matthews plays the role of American Ambassador Roy Curtis.
As for the official plot synopsis of episode 9, Spoilers Guide notes, "As the U.N. Security Council considers reinstating sanctions against Iran for its suspected nuclear activities, Elizabeth McCord (Tea Leoni) tries to stop Israel from taking matters into its own hands when it threatens military action against the Iranians.
Also, Russell Jackson (Zeljko Ivanek) pressures Henry McCord (Tim Daly) to woo his old Air Force buddy, Congressman Jeff Pearson (Michael Cerveris), to support President Conrad Dalton (Keith Carradine) in the House's election vote, and Stephanie 'Stevie' McCord (Wallis Currie-Wood) asks Russell for a recommendation to Harvard Law School."
For a quick rundown of episode 8 titled "Breakout Capacity", TV Fanatic reported that President Dalton waited for the election results while Elizabeth found out some information that could put America's peace deal with Iran in danger.
Elsewhere, Jason McCord (Evan Roe) challenged his parents to support another nominated candidate for the presidency.
Madam Secretary Season 3 Episode 9 is titled as "Snap Back". The upcoming episode is scheduled to premiere on Sunday, December 11, 2016, at 9:00 p.m. EST first and exclusive on CBS Television Network.
Madam Secretary is an American political drama television series created by Barbara Hall and executive produced by Lori McCreary and Morgan Freeman.