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Premiering on January 30, FX's new show "The Americans" is part spy series and part domestic drama, set during the Cold War and starring Keri Russell (coming off "Running Wilde") and Matthew Rhys as Elizabeth and Philip Jennings, a seemingly normal suburban Washington D.C. couple in 1981 who are actually deep-cover Kgb spies, a fact their two very American children know nothing about. "The Americans" is executive produced by "Justified" creator Graham Yost, who made an appearance at the TCA Winter Press Tour to discuss the show with Russell, Rhys, executive producer Joel Fields and creator and executive producer Joe Weisberg, a former CIA officer. Weisberg stressed that the series is as much about a relationship as it is about espionage: "It’s going to have a lot of ups and downs like most of the marriages that we’re all familiar with." Fields added that "it’s a show about. »

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