"The Americans" ist ein Drama über die verzwickte Ehe von zwei KGB-Spionen, die vorgeben Amerikaner zu sein. Die Serie spielt in Washington D.C., kurz. The Americans. Krimi-DramaThriller. The Americans 3 StaffelnAb Anfang der 80er: Elizabeth und Phillip Jennings sind zwei KGB-Agenten, die sich in einer. In "The Americans" treiben russische Spione, getarnt als amerikanische Spießbürger-Familie, in den USA der 80er ihr Unwesen. Alle Staffeln.
“The Americans”: Diese Spionage-Serie sollten Sie sich unbedingt zur US-Wahl anschauenDie US-Serie The Americans spielt in den er Jahren und handelt von den zwei KGB-Spionen Elizabeth (Keri Russell) und Phillip Jennings (Matthew Rhys),. |16+ |6 Seasons|US TV Shows. Set during the Reagan presidency, this Cold War drama follows two married Soviet sleeper agents living discreetly near Washington, D.C. Starring:Keri Russell, Matthew Rhys, Holly Taylor. Creators:Joseph Weisberg. "The Americans" ist ein Drama über die verzwickte Ehe von zwei KGB-Spionen, die vorgeben Amerikaner zu sein. Die Serie spielt in Washington D.C., kurz.
The.Americans Contribute to This Page Video10 Things You Never Knew About THE AMERICANS Es ist Anfang der er Jahre und die USA und Russland befinden sich mitten im Kalten Krieg. In einem Vorort von Washington leben Philip und Elizabeth Jennings, vermeintliche amerikanische Durchschnittsbürger, mit zwei Kindern. Doch das Paar. The Americans ist eine US-amerikanische Fernsehserie, die von FX in den USA erstmals vom Januar bis zum Mai in sechs Staffeln. |16+ |6 Seasons|US TV Shows. Set during the Reagan presidency, this Cold War drama follows two married Soviet sleeper agents living discreetly near Washington, D.C. Starring:Keri Russell, Matthew Rhys, Holly Taylor. Creators:Joseph Weisberg. Ein Golden Globe als beste Dramaserie und Emmys für die Darsteller Matthew Rhys und Margo Martindale sprechen für sich. Folgen. The Americans. Staffel 1.
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Crazy Credits. Alternate Versions. In , after leaving the CIA, Weisberg published An Ordinary Spy , a novel about a spy who is completing the final stages of his training in Virginia and is being transferred overseas.
After reading Weisberg's novel, executive producer Graham Yost discovered that Weisberg had also written a pilot for a possible spy series.
Weisberg says the CIA inadvertently gave him the idea for a series about spies, explaining, "While I was taking the polygraph exam to get in, they asked the question, 'Are you joining the CIA in order to gain experience about the intelligence community so that you can write about it later'—which had never occurred to me.
I was totally joining the CIA because I wanted to be a spy. But the second they asked that question Weisberg was partially influenced by the events of the Illegals Program to write a pilot script for the series.
His research material included notes on the KGB's Cold War left by Vasili Mitrokhin and conversations with some of his former colleagues at the CIA.
An obvious way to remedy that for television was to stick it back in the Cold War. At first, the '70s appealed to me just because I loved the hair and the music.
But can you think of a better time than the '80s with Ronald Reagan yelling about the evil empire? Weisberg said he had no idea about who would star in the series before casting began.
Said Rhys, "You have two people who have led the most incredibly strange life together with incredibly high stakes, in this scene of domesticity that is an absolute lie, and at the end of the pilot they're finding each other for the very first time.
Russell described the pilot script as "interesting", continuing, "It was so far from a procedural. And [originally,] I didn't know that I wanted to do it.
I always say no to everything. I never want to do anything. I read it It's still not clear to me. But there's so many different levels to it. Rhys said of his character, "He's a sort of gift of a part in that he's very sort of layered and multi-faceted.
And when you meet him, he's at this great turning point in his life where everything's changing for him. You just get to do everything.
You get to do the kung fu , and you get to do the emotional scenes, you get to do the disguises. It's the full package for an actor. It's a dream.
Noah Emmerich was initially hesitant about taking a role in the series. He explained: "The truth is, from the very beginning, I thought, 'I don't want to do a TV show where I carry a gun or a badge.
I'm done with guns and badges. I just don't want to do that anymore. After recurring in the first season, Susan Misner , Annet Mahendru , and Alison Wright , who play Sandra Beeman, Nina, and Martha Hanson, respectively, were promoted to series regulars beginning with season two.
Weisberg, one of the executive-producing showrunners and head writers , wrote the first two episodes of the series. Landgraf, who did not know Weisberg but liked the series, suggested to Weisberg that he work alongside Joel Fields as co-showrunner and the other head writer.
The main characters of the show, despite being Soviet KGB officers, have to behave as American-born citizens, and therefore do not generally speak Russian on-screen.
Joe Weisberg explained that achieving believable Russian pronunciation was very important because the show was "so much centered on the world of the Russian Russians and the Russian illegals".
Other actors mastered their lines to sound almost native. In particular, Peter von Berg, who played Vasili Nikolayevich, has experience with Russian plays and was an accent coach.
General Zhukov was played by a Polish actor. Annet Mahendru, who played Nina, has a Russian mother and speaks six languages. Mahendru praised Matthew Rhys for his efforts in delivering a few phrases in Russian, adding: "It's really important to everyone, so they're all trying, but it's a difficult language for all of us — even those of us who are fluent in it!
Weisberg underscored the importance of the authenticity. According to him, there were "some perfectly good people [in the Rezidentura] who were easy to relate to even if you didn't believe in the cause they were serving".
He concluded: "Once you bring that level of detail into a show, you can't do cardboard cutouts anymore. You will invariably build a real person.
The series filmed in New York City  at Eastern Effects Studios in Gowanus, Brooklyn , with Brooklyn street locations in Boerum Hill, Carroll Gardens and Cobble Hill.
The production used location shots to simulate a dramatic setting of Washington, D. Early filming was delayed by flooding caused by Hurricane Sandy.
Season 1 was released on DVD and Blu-ray Disc in Region 1 on February 11, ,  in region 2 on March 24, ,  and in region 4 on February 5, Season 2 was released on DVD only, because the Blu-ray release of season 1 did not have enough sales to justify the format.
Season 3 was released on DVD in Region 1 on March 1, Special features include deleted scenes and a featurette titled "The Cold War for Paige".
Season 4 was released on DVD in Region 1 on March 7, Special features include extended and deleted scenes. Season 5 was released on DVD in Region 1 on March 27, Special features include deleted scenes and a gag reel.
Season 6 was released on DVD in Region 1 on October 23, ,  and a complete series boxset was released on February 5, Over the course of its run, the series received widespread critical acclaim,  with several publications naming it the best show on television.
Brian Tallerico from RogerEbert. After it ended its six-season run, Tim Goodman from The Hollywood Reporter considered The Americans to be among the "Hall of Fame" dramas, and stated it was one of his top 5 favorite television dramas of all-time.
The first season of The Americans received positive reviews from critics. On Rotten Tomatoes , it received an 88 percent approval rating with an average score of 7.
Some reviews were not as optimistic. The Washington Post was cautious in its outlook, stating "it's easy to see how stale it might get in a matter of episodes.
Matt Zoller Seitz of Vulture liked "how The Americans isolates and magnifies true feelings in dishonest situations". It's at once more thematically specific and more dramatically wide-ranging than Homeland.
As a result, it feels at once more rooted and more free. The second season received critical acclaim.
On Rotten Tomatoes, it received a 97 percent approval rating with an average score of 8. Club , and Grantland. Tim Goodman of The Hollywood Reporter called the series "one of television's finest dramas" and praised the ability of the writers in "nailing down season two Mary McNamara of the Los Angeles Times did not approve of its portrayal of the children, expressing concern for how viewers are expected to accept the dangerous situations the children are placed in while the show continues to use crime and violence to advance the story in The Americans and other like-minded shows.
The "visceral"  third season where "everyone lies" left Helen Verongos of The New York Times "more paranoid than ever", with "Elizabeth and Philip's worst fears have been realized".
The fourth season received widespread acclaim from critics. James Poniewozik of The New York Times characterized the fourth season as a melancholy "catalog of loss", which adds "a note of gloom even to the tensest moments in this drama".
He found similarities between The Americans and Breaking Bad , but ultimately concluded that "maybe The Americans is neither Breaking Bad nor a traditional spy story.
Maybe it's a teenage horror movie, the kind where the biggest danger, in the end, is already inside your own house", referring to coming-of-age Paige becoming disillusioned, discovering secrets about her parents.
Some critics expected the fifth season to culminate in a "disastrous eruption". Pacing of the fifth season was slowed down intentionally, but was not meant as a set-up for the sixth season.
Weisberg and Fields admitted that they did not expect "this much of a backlash" for "hitting the brakes too hard".
After the series ended, many reconsidered the fifth season. Travis Clark of Business Insider said the end of the series made him reconsider what he initially thought was the weakest and most disappointing season of the show.
Particularly, he thought that the garage scene from the series finale would have not been as effective without the groundwork done in the fifth season in terms of Philip's character development.
Vox ' s Emily VanDerWerff named it one of the best final seasons ever made. The series finale, " START ", was critically acclaimed as one of the best finales of all time.
Over the course of the series, The Americans received 18 Emmy nominations. For its fourth and sixth seasons, the series was nominated for Outstanding Drama Series.
Keri Russell and Matthew Rhys were each nominated for Outstanding Lead Actress and Actor in a Drama Series, respectively, for the fourth, fifth, and sixth seasons.
The show received four nominations for Outstanding Writing for a Drama Series, for " Do Mail Robots Dream of Electric Sheep? Marilyn 14 episodes, Deputy Attorney General 14 episodes, William Crandall 13 episodes, Igor Burov 13 episodes, Renee 12 episodes, Agent Wolfe 12 episodes, Anton Baklanov 12 episodes, Yelena Burova 12 episodes, Alice 12 episodes, Agent Loeb 11 episodes, Evgheniya Morozov 10 episodes, Kimberly Breland 10 episodes, Tuan Eckert 10 episodes, Chris Amador 9 episodes, Sofia Kovalenko 9 episodes, Vasili Nikolaevich 9 episodes, Andrew Larrick 8 episodes, Rick 8 episodes, Lisa 7 episodes, Mischa Semenov 7 episodes, Alexei Morozov 7 episodes, Joan 7 episodes, Glenn Haskard 6 episodes, Erica Haskard 6 episodes, Pasha Morozov 6 episodes, Fred 6 episodes, Ruslan 6 episodes, Yousaf Rana 6 episodes, Young Hee Seong 6 episodes, Zinaida Preobrazhenskaya 6 episodes, Jared Connors 6 episodes, Kate 6 episodes, Gene Craft 6 episodes, Agent Ganzel 6 episodes, Hank 6 episodes, Father Andrei 5 episodes, Gennadi Bystrov 5 episodes, Fyodor Nesterenko 5 episodes, Vlad 5 episodes, Benjamin Stobert 5 episodes, Anatoli Victorovich 5 episodes, Lacey 5 episodes, Elizabeth's Mother 3 episodes, Gregory Thomas 4 episodes, Charles Duluth 4 episodes, Lucia 4 episodes, Sanford Prince 4 episodes, Annelise 4 episodes, Walter Taffet 4 episodes, Deirdre Kemp 4 episodes, Don Seong 4 episodes, Stepan 4 episodes, George 4 episodes, Philip's Father 4 episodes, Sarah 4 episodes, Bobby 4 episodes, Sue 4 episodes, Kirill 4 episodes, Isaac Breland 3 episodes, General Vijktor Zhukov 3 episodes, Lyle Rennhull 3 episodes, Evi Sneijder 3 episodes, Bill Hanson 3 episodes, Lawrence 3 episodes, Tori 3 episodes, Agent Delluva 3 episodes, Ekaterina Rykova 3 episodes, Dmitri Sharonov 3 episodes, Maurice 3 episodes, Todd 3 episodes, Major Kuznetsov 3 episodes, Linh Gaad 3 episodes, KGB Man 3 episodes, Agent Samuels 3 episodes, Howard 3 episodes, Abigail 3 episodes, Young Elizabeth 3 episodes, Philip's Mother 3 episodes, Vera 3 episodes, Belinda Oliver 3 episodes, Martin Gurrin 3 episodes, Jackson Barber 2 episodes, Patrick McCleesh 2 episodes, Viola Johnson 2 episodes, Nikolai Timoshev 2 episodes, Kendall 2 episodes, Weinberger 2 episodes, Richard Patterson 2 episodes, Leanne Connors 2 episodes, Bruce Dameran 2 episodes, Mossad Agent 2 episodes, Brad Mullin 2 episodes, Elaine Hanson 2 episodes, Carl 2 episodes, Paul 2 episodes, Arthur 2 episodes, Reuben Ncgobo 2 episodes, Vaso 2 episodes, Polygraph Administrator 2 episodes, Kelli 2 episodes, Lydia Fomina 2 episodes, Janine Aderholt 2 episodes, Eugene Venter 2 episodes, Neil 2 episodes, Bob Tanner 2 episodes, Doug Tanner 2 episodes, Jackie 2 episodes, Technician 2 episodes, Ted Paaswell 2 episodes, Radio Operator 2 episodes, Captain Staponov 2 episodes, Agent Pedersen 2 episodes, Investigating Magistrate 2 episodes, Christy Tanner 2 episodes, Wade 2 episodes, Lewis Rendell 2 episodes, Erica 2 episodes, Ilia 2 episodes, Chris 2 episodes, Thomas 2 episodes, Robert 1 episode, Christopher O'Keefe 2 episodes, Agent Bartholomew 1 episode, Natalie Granholm 1 episode, Joyce Ramirez 1 episode, Adam Dorwin 1 episode, Irina 1 episode, Thane Rosenbloom 1 episode, Emmett Connors 1 episode, Theresa Rawlings 1 episode, Dana Simon 1 episode, Kurt Schultz 1 episode, Andrzej Bielawski 1 episode, Clark 1 episode, Assassin 1 episode, Aunt Helen 1 episode, John Skeevers 1 episode, Randy Chilton 1 episode, Weapons Dealer 1 episode, Sepsill 1 episode, Jim Halliwell 1 episode, Abassin Zadran 1 episode, KGB Rezident 1 episode, Father Viktor 1 episode, Cal 1 episode, Jerry Clancy 1 episode, Salvage Yard Owner 1 episode, Betty Turner 1 episode, Andy 1 episode, Boris 1 episode, John Granholm 1 episode, Alejandro 1 episode, Evan Urqhardt 1 episode, Grayson 1 episode, Agent Doherty 1 episode, Ray Fucci 1 episode, Nick 1 episode, TV News Anchor 1 episode, Seal 1 1 episode, Salesman 1 episode, Robert Semel 1 episode, Liya 1 episode, FBI Agent 1 episode, General Kovtun 1 episode, Agent 1 1 episode, The Man 1 episode, Reporter 1 episode, David 1 episode, Military Officer 1 episode, Derek 1 episode, Security Guard 1 episode, Father Rivas 1 episode, Elderly Super 1 episode, Volodya 1 episode, Tony 1 episode, Jeremy Branch 1 episode, Naked Woman 1 episode, Agent Milbank 1 episode, FBI Guy 2 1 episode, Barb 1 episode, Agent Peters 1 episode, Trainer 1 episode, Big Guy 1 episode, Ticket Agent 1 episode, Zev 1 episode, Betsy McLellan 1 episode, Roy Oatway 1 episode, Caregiver 1 episode, Charlotte 1 episode, Man 2 1 episode, Policeman 1 episode, David Sato 1 episode, US Border Agent 1 episode, Hanley 1 episode, Card Dealer 1 episode, Mechanic 1 1 episode, Cashier 1 episode, FBI Agent 1 1 episode, Albert 1 episode, Errol 1 episode, Deutscher Titel.
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