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Analysis: How the Americans fared in Louisville

FX's new drama series The Americans delivered the same premiere audience as the first season of American Horror Story (and with a lot less hype). The Cold War drama starring Keri Russell and Matthew Rhys delivered 4.

FX's new, not so good spy series The Americans premiered Wednesday night, and the numbers are solid. It earned 3.22 million viewers in its initial broadcast (and 4.7 overall), besting numbers posted by American Horror Story in the fall. That's very good!

I reviewed The Americans (based on three episodes) earlier this week, and you can read my full review for my full take. In brief, I really liked it: One thing that distinguishes this Cold War story from its predecessors is that there are two

In The Americans, the new FX series that premiered Wednesday night, Keri Russell and Matthew Rhys play Elizabeth and Philip Jennings, two wholesome residents of an all-American suburb of Washington, D.C., circa 1981. But behind the facade of domestic

If "The Americans" can continue to refine its mixture of espionage badassery and ambiguous loyalties, it should be a nice addition to the TV landscape, presuming a large enough audience gets behind the idea of Felicity as a

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Posted by - February 3, 2013 at 7:51 am

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FX's The Americans Pulls Back Iron Curtain on Cold War Suburbia

If you want to slice the ratings pie very thin, FX notes that the "Americans" premiere drew 407,000 male viewers aged 18-34, topping the broadcast networks in that very specific demo. [If you're really slicing up numbers, it's only fair to mention that

Editor's Note: This post contains spoilers for the series premiere of "The Americans" — you've been warned.] Let's get this out of the way from the start: "The Americans," the most anticipated FX series since "American Horror

If you want to slice the ratings pie very thin, FX notes that the "Americans" premiere drew 407,000 male viewers aged 18-34, topping the broadcast networks in that very specific demo. [If you're really slicing up numbers, it's only fair to mention that

FX brings audiences back to the '80s with its newest series 'The Americans,' starring Keri Russell and Matthew Rhys. Find out in our review if this Cold War spy-drama is worth your time.

If "The Americans" can continue to refine its mixture of espionage badassery and ambiguous loyalties, it should be a nice addition to the TV landscape, presuming a large enough audience gets behind the idea of Felicity as a

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Posted by - February 2, 2013 at 4:57 pm

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A Conversation With The Americans Showrunners Joe Weisberg and Joel Fields

The article below contains spoilers for the January 30th pilot episode of "The Americans." "The Americans," the giddily engaging new FX drama that premiered last night, has the most nostalgic of paranoid thriller premises.

Reviews for the first several episodes of "The Americans" are in and have been, for the most part, fairly flattering towards the series. "The Americans" has been met with praise for balancing tense moments of espionage with the spy couple's everyday

30 at 10 p.m. EST), stars Keri Russell and Matthew Rhys as Elizabeth and Phillip Jennings, Cold War-era Russian spies who have lived, worked and raised a family in America for 15 years as part of a covert mission to gather

If "The Americans" can continue to refine its mixture of espionage badassery and ambiguous loyalties, it should be a nice addition to the TV landscape, presuming a large enough audience gets behind the idea of Felicity as a

30 at 10 p.m. EST), stars Keri Russell and Matthew Rhys as Elizabeth and Phillip Jennings, Cold War-era Russian spies who have lived, worked and raised a family in America for 15 years as part of a covert mission to gather

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Video: Matthew Rhys Previews Brutal Keri Russell-Margo Martindale Brawl on …

So how long did it take you to buy into the premise of The Americans, the new FX show that premiered on Wednesday night? I'm honestly not sure I still accept — that is, can watch without an occasional snort of disbelief — Keri Russell and Matthew

Editor's Note: This post contains spoilers for the series premiere of "The Americans" — you've been warned.] Let's get this out of the way from the start: "The Americans," the most anticipated FX series since "American Horror

FX's new drama series The Americans delivered the same premiere audience as the first season of American Horror Story (and with a lot less hype). The Cold War drama starring Keri Russell and Matthew Rhys delivered 4.

The nasty altercation between Russell's chilly cold war spy Elizabeth and Martindale's incoming espionage handler Claudia takes place in the Feb. 27 episode, confirms Americans leading man Matthew Rhys (Philip) in the following on-camera interview with

30 at 10 p.m. EST), stars Keri Russell and Matthew Rhys as Elizabeth and Phillip Jennings, Cold War-era Russian spies who have lived, worked and raised a family in America for 15 years as part of a covert mission to gather

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Posted by - February 1, 2013 at 10:51 pm

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FX's 'The Americans' premiere viewership matches 'American Horror Story'

So how long did it take you to buy into the premise of The Americans, the new FX show that premiered on Wednesday night? I'm honestly not sure I still accept — that is, can watch without an occasional snort of disbelief — Keri

Keri Russell and Matthew Rhys returned to television as KGB operatives in the early 1980s on FX's new drama "The Americans." The super-sized premiere spent some time in its present, as well as in flashbacks showing how this couple came to be together

FX brings audiences back to the '80s with its newest series 'The Americans,' starring Keri Russell and Matthew Rhys. Find out in our review if this Cold War spy-drama is worth your time.

FX's new circa-'80s cold war drama The Americans premiered Wednesday night and found Keri Russell morphing from America's sweetheart into full-on anti-heroine opposite Brothers & Sisters' Matthew Rhys. A quick recap

FX brings audiences back to the '80s with its newest series 'The Americans,' starring Keri Russell and Matthew Rhys. Find out in our review if this Cold War spy-drama is worth your time.

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Posted by - January 31, 2013 at 10:05 pm

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