[This post contains details from the Madam Secretary premiere, which aired Sept. 21]
CBS’ new drama Madam Secretary can best be described as the D.C. follow-up to The Good Wife. They both feature spectacular-looking actresses in their late 40s playing women essaying roles often depicted on television by men, with a supportive husband (though in this case, for now anyway, hubby keeps it in his pants) and a winsome daughter… Continue reading ‘Madam Secretary': The new face in DC and on CBS
CBS has ordered a drama pilot about “the personal and professional life of a maverick female Secretary of State as she drives international diplomacy, wrangles office politics and balances a complex family life.”
So naturally one immediately thinks of … Madeline Albright, right?
The order comes after NBC planned a Hillary Clinton miniseries and CNN ordered a Hillary Clinton documentary series and both projects died in development after facing strong protest… Continue reading CBS orders pilot about a female Secretary of State — surely based on nobody in particular
Teresa Heinz Kerry, the wife of former US presidential contender and current Secretary of State John Kerry, was taken to a hospital on Nantucket, Mass., on Sunday afternoon, it’s been confirmed.
The 74-year-old heiress to the Heinz ketchup fortune was struck down with an undisclosed medical condition.
“She was brought in, in critical but stable condition, and that is currently how … her condition still remains,” Noah… Continue reading Wife Of U.S. Secretary Of State John Kerry Hospitalized — In Critical Condition
He was speaking after inaugurating NFAI Exhibition on ‘Music & Songs in Indian Cinema’ at IFFI GOA-2011
BestMediaInfo Bureau | Delhi | November 24, 2011
The I & B Secretary Uday Kumar Varma has said film posters & ancillaries are a treasure of the country’s film heritage and the government is committed to preserve this heritage for the future generations to… Continue reading Government committed to preserve cinematic heritage: Secretary I&B
The South Asian Association for Regional Cooperation (SAARC) is set to get its first woman secretary general – a 36-year-old Maldivian lawyer. The SAARC Secretariat in Kathmandu has confirmed that former lawmaker of the Maldives, Fathimath Dhiyana Saeed, will be appointed SAARC secretary general March 1, The Daily Star said, quoting diplomatic sources. Bangladesh foreign […] Continue reading SAARC to get first woman secretary general