On the season finale of “The Americans,” everything at last came together, but in a fashion befitting the show, not at all how one might expect. As expected, the meeting set with the Colonel was indeed a set-up of sorts…but not the right one. Likewise, th more
Spoiler Alert! Don't read this interview unless you've seen "The Colonel," the Season 1 finale of FX's "The Americans."
Watching " The Americans " evolve over the course of the show's first season has been a gratifying process. It not only provided K more
The Americans exists in an overly insular environment where friends and enemies may be determined by the country of their birth, but from a people perspective the lines become much more blurred. Read More... http://www.tvfanatic.com/2013/05/the-americans- more
"The Colonel" was a solid season finale that expertly represented a show both similar to and far different from the one introduced in the pilot. Read More... http://www.tv.com/news/the-americans-season-1-finale-review-looks-like-we-made-it--136745114216/
Philip and Elizabeth Jennings. Boy, have they come a long way. A recap of the season finale. Read More... http://blogs.wsj.com/speakeasy/2013/05/01/the-americans-season-finale-recap-if-looks-could-kill/?mod=WSJBlog
HitFix's Alan Sepinwall reviews "The Colonel," the first season finale of FX's "The Americans," in which the FBI plans a major bust and Philip and Elizabeth disagree on a big assignment. Read More... http://www.hitfix.com/whats-alan-watching/season-finale more
A good portion of the taut first season of " The Americans " revolved around a simple question: What's going on in the mind of Stan Beeman (played by Noah Emmerich)?
The FBI agent has been drawn deeply into the dangerous machinations of the Cold War, more
“The Oath” answered the chaos and misery of last week’s episode “Covert War” with a kind of dark solidity; picture hot lava hardening into rock. Last week, I was worried The Americans was killing off too many major characters more