Some of the bigger moments of this installment of The Americans were played off as no big thing. But we know better, right, comrade?
Chief among them, the revelation of Stan’s new mystery woman, a friend from the gym who has become very important to him in an extremely short period of time. Not much happens except an introduction, but she’s played by The Walking Dead’s Laurie Holden, which is the main reason we know she will be looming large in this season’s narrative.
The episode begins with Philip and Elizabeth at a loss for words as they hand over a slice of their fallen bio-weapons spy William and break the bad news to Gabriel that their protégé Hans became infected by the virus.
Rather than let him drag on, Elizabeth put a bullet in his brain.
“Everything all right?” Gabriel asks, noting their somber expressions.
Philip can barely get the words out. Continue reading ‘The Americans’ recap: ‘Pests’
New York is rife with ultra-hip moms, those toned women clad in trendy workout gear, their hair pulled back into faux-casual top-knots during school drop-off. It’s #wokeuplikethis, only not.
Then, there’s Keri Russell, mom of three, who shleps her eldest kids River and Willa to their respective institutions every morning.
“Mostly, especially when I’m working, style is putting on whatever of Matthew’s shirts is on the floor and showing up at Willa’s pre-school to deliver her,” Russell tells Yahoo Style. “I barely pull it together. Every once in a while, you’ll see paparazzi and know there’s a famous person in the area. Why is this the one day I didn’t bring sunglasses?”
The Matthew in question is Matthew Rhys, Russell’s husband on her acclaimed FX series The Americans, and her partner in real life; the two have son Sam together. The fifth season of their show, with Rhys and Russell playing Russian spies masquerading as American suburbanites, airs Tuesdays. Season six will be the show’s last.
“There’s a slight giddiness, like the end of the school. It’s not over until it’s over. We have another late night this Friday. But it’s going to be really good,” says Russell. “Everyone is ready. There’s a contained intimacy this season. It’s a slow burn of a season. It’s teeing up for a really good last season.”
For Russell, the role has been as rich as a filet mignon, allowing her to play loving and tender, apprehensive and icy. Continue reading ‘Americans’ Star Keri Russell On Fighting Under-Eye Bags and Playing TV’s Most Badass Woman
Added new portraits of Keri from visiting BUILD series NYC.
– Photoshoots Build Series -March 8 2017
I have added scans from newest issue of Entertainment Weekly.
– Magazine Scans Entertainment Weekly – March 17 2017