The Americans - Season 1
Upon Ronald Reagan election as president, a couple appointed as spy couples get so entangled and more passionate about their relationship, but just when the agents receive a next door neighbor, things get extremely complex.
- Episode 01: Pilot
- Episode 02: The Clock
- Episode 03: Gregory
- Episode 04: In Control
- Episode 05: COMINT
- Episode 06: Trust Me
- Episode 07: Duty and Honor
- Episode 08: Mutually Assured Destruction
- Episode 09: Safe House
- Episode 10: Only You
- Episode 11: Covert War
- Episode 12: The Oath
- Episode 13: The Colonel
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Jeff Beck Examiner.com
February 17, 2014 The Americans is a fascinating idea for a show. I don't recall getting to explore the spy game from the other side like this, and that's where much of the show's attraction lies.Read in Source
Matthew Gilbert Boston Globe
January 29, 2013 There's something really entertaining and thought-provoking about watching people caught up in double lives.Read in Source
Vicki Hyman Newark Star-Ledger
January 30, 2013 A gripping Cold War spy thriller - Alias, say, without the sci-fi digressions and with less ridiculous get-ups - and an equally intriguing domestic drama.Read in Source
Gail Pennington St. Louis Post-Dispatch
January 30, 2013 The Americans isn't just a heart-pounding action drama; by presenting heroes who are also villains, it also confronts viewers with TV's deepest moral dilemma since The Sopranos.Read in Source
Patrick G. Emralino What Culture
February 08, 2013 After seeing the pilot, The Americans can step up and take their place among the pantheon of cable shows now dominating the primetime airways.Read in Source
Glenn Garvin Miami Herald
January 30, 2013 Rhys and Russell are shockingly good as the multifaceted Philip and Elizabeth, who shed identities like snakes shed skins.Read in Source
Andy Greenwald Grantland
September 17, 2013 The Americans is the best new television drama since Homeland because, like that similarly sticky, Silver Age show, it uses its killer concept as an ellipsis, not an exclamation point.Read in Source
Tom Conroy Media Life
January 30, 2013 The show keeps its tongue out of its cheek and actually creates decent suspense, along with some chewy moral dilemmas to keep the brain stimulated if not taxed.Read in Source
Amy Amatangelo Paste Magazine
January 31, 2013 What I liked most about the drama is that Keri Russell and Matthew Rhys are so utterly believable as Philip and Elizabeth Jennings, KGB spies posing as American citizens living in the suburbs of Washington D.C.Read in Source
John Powers Vogue
March 07, 2017 The show has a snappy premise and a strong underlying theme-how do Philip and Elizabeth juggle their extraordinary mission with the ordinary reality of family life?-but so far creator Joe Weisberg hasn't given the drama room enough to breathe.Read in Source
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