Sara Ramirez is confirmed to have booked her first TV comeback since "Grey's Anatomy." According to the latest news, the Greys alum has joined CBS' "Madam Secretary" playing the role of a political strategist named Kat Sandoval. Series creator and executive producer Barbara Hall said Ramirez' presence will bring the fun and fresh perspective in the to the State Department Staff.

Kat Sandoval's story is brought back by Secretary of State Elizabeth McCord (Tea Leoni). When Kat decided to drop out of politics, McCord decides to recruit her again and service the State Department.

Sara Ramirez' character is expected to be featured on CBS' "Madam Secretary" on November 19, 2017.

CBS' Madam Secretary producers

The news of Sara Ramirez joining "Madam Secretary" came after Bebe Neuwirth announced her departure from the show. Her storyline, on the other hand, was significantly created to jive in the series' specific story arc. Proper goodbyes were said and the storyline couldn't be more perfect. Neuwirth, who plays the role of Elizabeth McCord’s Chief of Staff Nadine Tolliver has been on the show since it premiered in 2014.

deadline reports that executive producer Lory McCreary, on the other hand, mentioned Ramirez' laidback personality that instantly earned her the price of being considered as part of the family.

"From the moment she walked on set with her talent, intellect, and spirit, she became part of the family!” McCreary said.

Cast of "Madam Secretary"

According to Deadline, Sara Ramirez will join Tea Leoni and other "Madam Secretary" stars mainly Geoffrey Arend, Erich Bergen, Kathrine Herzer, Wallis Currie-Wood, Evan Roe, Tim Daly, Zeljko Ivanek, Keith Carradine, Sebastian Arcelus, and Patina Miller.

Sara Ramirez left ABC's "Grey's Anatomy" in 2016 after spending 10 seasons on the show. She played the role of a lesbian doctor named Callie Torres. She is also married to a fellow doctor and pediatric surgeon Arizona Robbins (Jessica Capshaw). They have a daughter named Sophia and Ramirez' character is still expected to make a cameo on ABC's Grey's Anatomy.

Ramirez also confirmed her CBS stint on her Twitter account, teasing her fans with a new image from the "Madam Secretary" series. According to, Sara's recent movies include "The Death and Life of Marsha P. Johnson." She's also a Tony winner of Monty Python's Spamalot from 2005. "Madam Secretary" is her first TV series since leaving Shondaland in 2016.