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Spy drama series: The Americans

Written by Shows Editor from the blog Today's TV Highlights on 04 Apr 2018
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The Americans

The Americans is a period drama series set during the Cold War of the 1980s which revolves around the complex marriage of two KGB spies posing as Americans in suburban Washington D.C. (Falls Church, Virginia) shortly after Ronald Reagan is elected President.

The series was inspired by the real life events of the Illegals Program, in which a network of Russian spies was exposed in the USA in 2010.

The arranged marriage of Philip (Matthew Rhys) and Elizabeth Jennings (Keri Russell), who have two children - 13-year-old Paige and 10-year-old Henry, who know nothing about their parents' true identity - grows more passionate and genuine by the day.

However, their relationship is constantly tested by the escalation of the Cold War and the intimate, dangerous and darkly funny relationships they must maintain with a network of spies and informants under their control.

Complicating their relationship further is Philip's growing sense of affinity for America's values and way of life. Tensions also heighten upon the arrival of a new neighbour, Stan Beeman, an FBI agent.

Stan and his partner, Agent Chris Amador, are members of a new division of Counterintelligence tasked with fighting against foreign agents on U.S. soil, including KGB Directorate S illegals, Russian spies posing as Americans.
 
CHANNEL eExtra (OpenView HD 105 / DStv 195)
PREMIERE 4 April 2018
TIMESLOT Wednesdays, 21h30
REPEATS Wednesdays, 23h50

 

Actors in this post: Matthew Rhys, Keri Russell

Shows in this post: The Americans

Channels in this post: eExtra



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