The Americans (2013– )
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The Americans will be airing its sixth and final season, so we're ready for just about anything, even if we worry more than ever about the fate of the Jennings family.
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The Americans will premiere its sixth and final season on Wednesday, March 28, 2018, at 10 Pm Et/Pt on FX. The details of The Americans Season 6 look absolutely scrumptious, see what you think!
After a particularly fraught mission, Philip and Elizabeth decide to end their tour and take their family home to Russia. However, a game-changing development in one of their ongoing cases forces them to abandon those plans for the sake of the motherland.
The Americans will return for its sixth and final season on Wednesday, March 28, at 10/9c, FX announced Friday at the Television Critics Association’s winter press tour. The final run of episodes will find the Jennings family in flux: As Paige follows her parents’ professional path, Philip steps back from it a bit. And Henry still doesn’t have a clue what’s going on. In addition, look for a rift in the Kgb that may put Elizabeth and her husband on opposing sides.
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All six seasons of Lost are now available exclusively on Hulu. The ABC drama’s 121 episodes were previously streaming on Netflix.
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* The Flash vet Robbie Amell will headline The Office creator Greg Daniels’ Amazon comedy pilot Upload, our sister site Deadline reports.
Others are taking more of a wait-and-see approach. AMC Theatres, the country’s largest exhibition chain, has closed several locations in the New York City, New Jersey, and Boston areas. It is also delaying the opening of certain multiplexes while it waits for snow to be cleared.
From coastal Virginia to New England, residents are digging out from blizzard conditions in what the media has dubbed a “bomb cyclone,” a pounding mixture of snow, cold, and wind gusts that is beating a path across the region. New York City is expected to get between six and eight inches of snow, while winds are expected to hit 50 mph to 60 mph, likely causing
The always excellent James Norton plays the British-raised son of a Russian mafia boss attempting to distance himself from the world of organised crime. McMafia is based on a terrific book and, if it sticks the execution, could be enormous. It has the potential to be the British version of The Americans or, better yet, The Sopranos. Such lofty comparisons might doom McMafia from the outset, but right now there’s a lot to be excited about.
• Begins 1 January, BBC1.
Philip and Elizabeth Jennings, played by the incredible Matthew Rhys and Keri Russell, are a couple of undercover Soviet spies in the Reagan-era, cold war. They live in Washington D.C. with their two kids, and have cover jobs at a travel agency. At night, they become whoever they need to be to get the info they need. To top it off, their new neighbor, played by Noah Emmerich, moves in and is an FBI agent, who they befriend, adding to the complicated web they weave. It's an incredible, edge of your seat show that gives you the perspective of the "other
The story — based on Louisa May Alcott’s beloved novel — is set during the Civil War and centers on the four March sisters as they cast aside their childhood innocence and embark on their first romances. In the trailer above, we see Oscar nominee Emily Watson (Genius) as the girls’ doting mother, who wants “real love… from good men” for all of her daughters. Aunt March, though (played by the legendary Angela Lansbury) has a more cynical point of view,
This week’s question: What are your winter holiday season viewing habits (that are not for work)? Do you have traditional go-to shows or movies? Are you looking forward to anything in particular?
Eric Deggans (@deggans), NPR
As I have written in the past, I’m not the kind of critic who loves holiday specials. Too often, they’re too hokey, too commercial, too weird (yes, Bill Murray, I still don’t get “A Very Murray Christmas”) or, in the case of countless Hallmark Channel movies, way too white. But I do have a few holiday media traditions, starting with my Spotify Holiday Tunes playlist, which gets fired up as
ABC has given a straight-to-series order to an untitled multi-camera family comedy co-created by the 30 Rock actor, along with Kenya Barris (black-ish) and Julie Bean (grown-ish), our sister site Deadline reports.
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When 2017 lies dead and buried in the ground, "Separate the art from the artist" will be chiseled on its tombstone. But what will we find in the grave?
If it's the idea that creators are shielded from scrutiny by the strength of their creations, then goodbye and good riddance.
Spoiler: “This Is Us”
Since the above predictions feature three returning series and a virtual lock in “The Handmaid’s Tale,” there’s a lot of room for spoilers. Not only could “This Is Us” very easily land its second straight nod for Best Drama Series, but series like “Mindhunter,” “The Good Doctor,” “Ozark,” “Mr. Robot,” “Better Call Saul,” and, yes, even “The Leftovers” could find their way into the final five. The Golden Globes like spotlighting new series, which benefits shows like “Mindhunter” and “Ozark” which haven’t been crowned by other awards shows just yet. The Globes could be the first, but we’re betting they won’t be able to resist David Simon’s “The Deuce” — given that all-star cast — and last year’s winner, “The Crown.” “Game of Thrones” and
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