"The Americans" Review: Keri Russell Gets Her Spy On
Maureen Ryan’s take on FX’s new Cold War spy drama starring Keri Russell (“Felicity”!) and Matthew Rhys (“Brothers & Sisters”):
If “Argo” gave you a yen to see great character actors wear mustard-colored clothing and play beleaguered intelligence types, you should definitely give “The Americans” a sustained try.
Also look at that great photo of Keri Russell.
Full review here.

"The Americans" Review: Keri Russell Gets Her Spy On

Maureen Ryan’s take on FX’s new Cold War spy drama starring Keri Russell (“Felicity”!) and Matthew Rhys (“Brothers & Sisters”):

If “Argo” gave you a yen to see great character actors wear mustard-colored clothing and play beleaguered intelligence types, you should definitely give “The Americans” a sustained try.

Also look at that great photo of Keri Russell.

"People want a reunion. I joke that I’d totally do it if it’s years later and my character, Ben, weighs 500 pounds. He’s a shut-in, and they’re bringing paramedics and pulleys to get him out of bed," Speedman told Playboy. "That show didn’t get massive ratings, but the fans we had were rabid. It makes you wonder what guys like Johnny Depp and Robert Pattinson go through. I never got near their level, but I was close enough to get my feet wet, to sort of peek around the corner, see the hysteria and say, ‘No, thank you.’"

Felicity is back … and she’s a spy! Well, not really. Keri Russell will star in FX’s “The Americans,” a Cold War spy series about two spies living in the suburbs of Washington. The show is set to premiere in 2013.
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Felicity is back … and she’s a spy! Well, not really. Keri Russell will star in FX’s “The Americans,” a Cold War spy series about two spies living in the suburbs of Washington. The show is set to premiere in 2013.

More details.

TV’s Most Inspiring Theme Songs: From “Laverne & Shirley” to “Felicity” and everything in between.

There are some theme songs that just make you feel all fuzzy or like you can take on the world. “The Mary Tyler Moore Show” (above) is one of them. Who hasn’t imagined throwing a beret up into the air while twirling in a circle after realizing you’re going to make it after all?

What theme song inspires you?