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Posted by · Mary on Jan 29, 2015

After almost a year The Americans are back. I have added HD screencaptures from last night episode.

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– Screen Captures 3×01 – EST Men

Posted by · Mary on Jan 29, 2015


Posted by · Mary on Jan 29, 2015

I have added HD screencaptures from Today Show.

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– Talkshows Today Show – January 28 2015

Posted by · Mary on Jan 28, 2015

Visiting the set of the FX drama’s new season and talking to Keri Russell, Matthew Rhys, and more about our favorite TV spies and a ticking bomb.

“It’s been such a big surprise from the beginning,” Keri Russell says, walking between takes last November on the Brooklyn set of The Americans, FX’s acclaimed, bona-fide water-cooler series. “The script for the pilot was so great, though. I thought, ‘Why not?’ I had no idea the arc it would take and I had no idea that it would evolve into the place it has. And it scared me to commit to a series. But I was interested. And it’s been so enjoyable and fun to work on. It’s been so interesting. But I had no idea it would turn into this.”

The “this” Russell is referring to is a show that seems familiar at first and yet is completely original—a spy show set in the early 1980s, when Reagan’s Cold War was at its coldest, in which the “bad guys,” two married Soviet operatives, are the heroes. “You never know, you know what I mean?” Russell elaborates. “That’s the gamble, especially with a series, because you go so many different places. At its core, the stuff I like the most about the show is always the complicated marriage, the relationship, the pushing and pulling, and the weird sexuality. I love that stuff. To me, it’s the most relatable part.” Read the rest of this entry

Posted by · Mary on Jan 28, 2015

“Think of all the military families… it would be perfectly normal for a 16 year-old to say, ‘I’m going to go into service,'” she said.

The Russian spy couple is back.

The Americans star Keri Russell promises that the third installment of the FX period drama, bowing Wednesday, will be just as much about marriage as it will be about turning tricks and kicking ass.

In the previous season, Phillip and Elizabeth Jennings were starting to look like an actual married couple. But that sense of normalcy doesn’t last long. A wedge, once again, is driven between the two when they respond differently to the Center wanting to recruit their daughter, Paige. Phillip, less loyal to his homeland, can’t bear to see his daughter enter into their dangerous world, while Elizabeth believes Paige deserves to know the truth about who she is.

Russell says that upcoming episodes explore challenges that any married person can relate to, with more top-secret missions, affairs and, of course, wigs along the way. “For me being a woman that reads films, this is a good f—king job,” Russell said of her complicated female character. “Of the last things I’ve read, you’re a girlfriend. You got two scenes going, ‘Are you OK?'” This is so much better than that.”

Here, Russell explains Elizabeth’s perspective, talks her onscreen sexual relationship with co-star Matthew Rhys, and reveals her favorite cover identity. Read the rest of this entry

Posted by · Mary on Jan 28, 2015

One of the most fun aspects of The Americans, which premiers its third season on FX this week, is the wide range of wigs, makeup, and wardrobe that goes into creating the disguises that stars Keri Russell and Matthew Rhys sport as undercover KGB agents Elizabeth and Philip Jennings. Three teams of talented artists work in tandem to create the looks that can, for example, have Elizabeth dressed dowdily as she pretends to be her husband’s sister so that he can marry another woman — it’s all in the spy game, people — or Philip don a scraggly wig and glasses to play “Clark,” the alter ego who married the naïve CIA employee Martha. Yahoo TV spent a day on the set of The Americans in New York recently to document one of the show’s signature transformations, as Russell and Rhys got their Sid and Nancy on. Check out the photos below:

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– The Americans The Americans Transformations

Posted by · Mary on Jan 28, 2015


Posted by · Mary on Jan 28, 2015


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Posted by · Mary on Jan 27, 2015

Philip juggles the many women in his life while Elizabeth takes drastic measures to complete a mission. Stan asserts a plan to save Nina with an unlikely ally.

Posted by · Mary on Jan 27, 2015

Matthew Rhys and Keri Russell find their characters pushed to new limits in a season aiming to break one of them, if not both.

“The Americans” has always been a show about questions. In the spy genre, questions arise all the time. Who’s lying? Who’s telling the truth? Why? For what purpose? But creator Joseph Weisberg has also been quite adept at allowing each of his first two seasons to be summed up by a central, thematic question — and then answering them through the most trying of circumstances.

The first season of Weisberg’s “marital drama through spies’ eyes” focused on the not-so-basic concept of how two KGB agents ordered to live together, work together and pretend to love one another (and have kids together) could actually fall in love by traditional romantic standards — in other words, how could such a marriage work? Elizabeth (Keri Russell) and Philip (Matthew Rhys) built a sexual tension comparable to the risks taken in the field, vetting the positives of falling in love versus the dangers it could bring to their war against the U.S. Their path to each other was fascinating because, in so many ways, they were already there, but not in the way most important to a successful marriage.

After resolving that the good outweighed the bad — in a rather brilliant example of the “love conquers all” mentality — Season 2 brought about a new challenge for the suddenly authentic couple. What happens to a real family built around falsities? As their children grew older, they were also more exposed to their parents’ secret world. A couple became a family, but what happens to the couple when the family is threatened? Read the rest of this entry