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MADAM SECRETARY
Air Date: Sunday, November 13, 2016
Time Slot: 9:00 PM-10:00 PM EST on CBS
Episode Title: (#MS306) "The Statement"
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WHEN ELIZABETH DISCOVERS THAT A TERRORIST BOMBING WAS FUNDED BY SOMEONE WITH CLOSE TIES TO THE SAUDI GOVERNMENT, SHE MAKES A BOLD MOVE TO BRING THE PERSON TO JUSTICE, ON "MADAM SECRETARY," SUNDAY, NOV. 13

Chris Petrovski Returns as Dmitri Petrov, Henry's Former Operative

"The Statement" - When Elizabeth discovers that a terrorist bombing at an Illinois coffee shop was funded by someone with close ties to the Saudi government, she makes a bold move after the Saudi ambassador refuses to bring the man to justice. Also, Matt refuses to issue a statement when news breaks that he and the bomber are linked to the same mosque, and Henry reaches out to Dmitri when he hears he's having trouble adjusting to his new life in Phoenix, on MADAM SECRETARY, Sunday, Nov. 13 (9:00-10:00 PM, ET/PT) on the CBS Television Network. Chris Petrovski reprises his guest role as Dmitri Petrov, Henry's former operative.

REGULAR CAST:

Téa Leoni (Elizabeth McCord)
Tim Daly (Henry McCord)
Bebe Neuwirth (Nadine Tolliver)
´┐Żeljko Ivanek (Russell Jackson)
Keith Carradine (President Conrad Dalton)
Sebastian Arcelus (Jay Whitman)
Patina Miller (Daisy Grant)
Geoffrey Arend (Matt Mahoney)
Erich Bergen (Blake Moran)
Kathrine Herzer (Alison McCord)
Wallis Currie-Wood (Stephanie "Stevie" McCord)
Evan Roe (Jason McCord)

RECURRING CAST:

Mandy Gonzalez (Lucy Knox)
Chris Petrovski (Dmitri Petrov)

GUEST CAST:

Masha King (Talia Petrov)
Amos Wolff (Justin Braun)
Allison Daugherty (Victoria Butler)
J.C. Mackenzie (Governor Sam Evans)
Michael Potts (Fred Reynolds)
Ahmad Maksoud (Atif Al-Mutaya)
Nuah Ozryel (Prince Asim)
Ty Jones (FBI Agent Paul Ross)
Laith Nakli (Foreign Minister Kasib Hajar)
Mandi Masden (Deena)
Gil Perez-Abraham (Jaime)
Jimmy Nicholas (Barista)
Nellie Campbell (Cara Butler)
David Hess (Richard)
Kenya Brome (Keira Peters)
Socorro Santiago (Woman)
Leopold Manswell (Bailiff)
Mario Bosquez (News Anchor)
Tom White (Brent)
Bianca Laverne Jones (Maya)
Connor Bond (Bro #1)
Nick Shea (Bro #2)
Brian Lee Huynh (Reporter #1)
Cathleen Trigg (Anchor)
Naheed Khan (Raima Mahoney)
Reporter #2 (Mlé Chester)
Michael Zlabinger (Reporter #3)

WRITTEN BY: Alex Cooley

DIRECTED BY: Jet Wilkinson

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