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'The Americans' co-star Noah Emmerich on directing his first episode

11 March 2015 8:04 PM, PDT | Hitfix | See recent Hitfix news »

It’s not uncommon for actors on long-running shows to take a turn in the director’s chair. Some even turn that into their full-time job, like Laura Innes or Peter Horton. It’s rare that you see an actor be given quite so complicated an episode for his first directing job as “The Americans” handed Noah Emmerich tonight. The episode (which I reviewed here) had an action scene, suspense at FBI headquarters and a lot of tricky emotional material for Emmerich to both direct and, in several scenes, play. Earlier this week, we talked about how the assignment came about, what he learned from other “Americans” directors, and how he got the show to dip back into the Fleetwood Mac catalog after the early success with “Tusk.” How did it come about first of all that you were going to direct an episode? Noah Emmerich: It was something »

- Alan Sepinwall

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How To Get Away With Murder, Ep. 1.14 and 1.15: “The Night Lila Died” and “It’s All My Fault” stick the landing

27 February 2015 12:11 PM, PST | SoundOnSight | See recent SoundOnSight news »

How To Get Away With Murder, Season 1, Episodes 14 & 15: “The Night Lila Died” and “It’s All My Fault”

Directed by Laura Innes and Bill D’Elia

Written by Michael Foley and Peter Norwalk

Airs Thursdays at 9 Pm and 10 Pm on ABC

How To Get Away With Murder wraps up its season with a two-hour finale that solves the central mystery while leaving some questions unanswered. Some of the episode is a slog, padded out by yet another snoozy case of the week, but the last 10 minutes are as suspenseful as anything on television. If Peter Norwalk and the writers can figure out how to drop the procedural element of the show and more fully explore the actions of the regular characters, some of whom are not much more fleshed out than when the series began, the show will be much improved in season 2.

But that final sequence is fantastic, »

- Bryan Rucker

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