This week on “Designated Survivor,” President Kirkman’s first international summit derailed as Agent Wells discovered a major Bombshell.

When we last saw the show, Kimble’s hardships continued, and she was tired of her life. Finally, she got a position as Speaker of the House and accepted the challenge in no time. She needed a job to run her family. On the other hand, Kirkman prepared for the final summit, and Agent Wells found herself in an uncertain situation. Alex was confused about whether or not to bring the children back to Washington.

In “Bombshell,” the President’s international summits finally begin, and Abe Leonard publishes a couple of articles in the local journal.

‘Pilot’ – the first episode

"Pilot" is the first episode of the American drama, “Designated Survivor.” It premiered on ABC a few months ago. The episode explores the lifestyle of a member of the US Cabinet, Thomas Kirkman, who ascends to the rank of President of the United States after his predecessor is killed in a terrorist attack.

The episode received mixed reviews from critics and audiences. Laura Akers from Den of Geek stated that the show had a somewhat shaky start. Brian Moylan from The Guardian named it the worst show of all time. Terri Schwartz from IGN admired the episode for its storyline and the performance of Sutherland.

‘Designated Survivor’ – the television series

“Designated Survivor” is a political drama developed by David Guggenheim for ABC.

The cast includes Tanner Buchanan, Kevin McNally, Virginia Madsen, George Tchortov, Mariana Klaveno, Italia Ricci, Natascha McElhone, LaMonica Garrett, Kal Penn, Adan Canto, Maggie Q, and Kiefer Sutherland.

Reed Diamond, Mykelti Williamson, Mariana Klaveno, Jake Epstein, Lara Jean Chorostecki, Geoff Pierson, Kearran Giovanni, and Terry Serpico play the supporting characters in this series.

The most famous episodes are "Pilot," "The First Day," "The Confession," "The Enemy," "The Mission," "The Interrogation," "The Traitor," "The Blueprint," "The End of the Beginning," and "Brace for Impact."

The show was first announced in February 2016, with Paul McGuigan serving as director and Amy B. Harris as showrunner. Three months later, Feldman was confirmed as an executive producer, and Jeff Melvoin replaced Amy as the showrunner.

“Designated Survivor” is a joint project of ABC Studios and The Mark Gordon Company, and shot in Canada.

Netflix airs the series outside the United States and Canada, with distribution handled by eOne. Review aggregator website Rotten Tomatoes gives the show an approval rating of 82% based on 51 reviews, and Metacritic reports a score of 67 out of 100 based on 32 critics.

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