Katherine Heigl returned to TV tonight on NBC's State of Affairs as the strangely-named Charleston Tucker, a CIA analyst whose daily job is to brief the president (played by Alfre Woodard) on the state of the world.
To add to Tucker's already stressful job, she's still mourning the death of her fiancé, who also happened to be the President's son. In the pilot, it's been exactly one year since his death, and Tucker has to decide whether to chase after the terrorists who were responsible for his death or saving a...
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