Kevin Rahm posted this photo of himself snapping a photo of Erich Bergen on set. “#bts of #bts #madamsecretary @erichbergen sleeping on the job,” he wrote in the caption.
“Finale vibes,” Bergen wrote in the caption.
“Saying goodbye to the Oval,” EP Lori McCreary wrote alongside this photo.
McCreary marked the final shoot day of the finale with this photo. “Six seasons of being with the best crew working today and one remarkable cast,” she wrote.
“I honestly don’t even know what’s happening anymore,” Bergen wrote alongside this photo.
Rahm posted this photo of his character’s “new look.”
To mark the series wrap, Wallis Currie-Wood said goodbye alongside this photo from set. “So grateful to have been a part of this show, with such a wonderful group of people,” she wrote. “Can’t believe it’s over, but… that’s a wrap!”
“It’s getting weird over here,” Bergen wrote alongside this photo as the cast and crew neared wrapping the finale.
In another behind-the-scenes photo from set, Rahm posted a photo of Bergen “watching me work,” he wrote in the caption.
“That’s a wrap on Madam Secretary,” Bergen wrote alongside this photo of the cast and crew. “I have enough joy, love and laughs to last a lifetime because of these people. What a thing we made.”
“HUMANS!!! What did I get from #MadamSecretary?” Tim Daly wrote in the caption of this sweet photo from set. “EVERYTHING! That’s a wrap.”
“One of the most beautiful, magical, challenging, significant, hilarious, indelible, wild, loving chapters of my life closed last night,” Téa Leoni wrote alongside this photo on Twitter. “I will never forget you all.”
All good things eventually come to an end, and such is true for Madam Secretary.
There may be four episodes left to air, but filming has wrapped, and the cast and producers marked the end on social media, sharing photos, videos, and heartfelt messages saying goodbye.
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"That's a wrap," Erich Bergen wrote on Twitter Wednesday. "I'm without words at the moment but I'm filled with gratitude, love and laughs that will fill me for a long time to come." He also shared a screenshot of the email he received for an appointment to read with casting and producers.
Executive producer and finale director Eric Stoltz shared a video on Instagram on November 7 from the set with the hashtag "all things must pass."