Appearing at New York Comic Con, the stars and producers of the FX spy drama discussed character relationships, Stan's rough year and, yes, wigs.
The star of FX's Cold War spy thriller discusses double lives, the pitfalls of the seduction game and tonight's season-ending episode.
With six episodes still remaining in the second season, FX has already ordered a third for the Cold War spy drama.
The star of FX's Cold War spy drama tells Spinoff Online what viewers can expect from the second season, and talks about his character's many wigs.
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The second season of FX's1980s-era spy drama will premiere Feb. 26.
With the nomination deadline fast approaching for the 2013 Primetime Emmy Awards, Spinoff's Anna Pinkert thinks it's time for an overhaul and suggests some new categories (and potential winners) that might better reflect the TV-watching experience.
The Americans star Noah Emmerich discusses the motivations of his character, FBI agent Stan Beeman, and what viewers can expect from the rest of the first season of FX's hit Cold War drama.
FX has renewed the Cold War spy drama The Americans for a 13-episode second season. The series, premiered Jan. 30, stars Kerri Russell and John Rhys.
Everyone has secrets, but the ones Philip and Elizabeth Jennings struggle to hide in FX's new Cold War spy drama The Americans could help bring down a world power, and tear their seemingly happy family apart.
FX's newest drama The Americans, which centers on two KGB spies posing as a married couple in suburban Washington, D.C., shortly after the election of Ronald Reagan, will premiere Jan. 30.
FX has given a 13-episode order to The Americans, a Cold War drama starring Keri Russell and Matthew Rhys as KGB spies posing as an average family in suburban Washington, D.C., in the early 1980s.