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    'The Americans' Changes Focus in Season Two and Other Intel from PaleyFest

    Joe Weisberg and Joel Fields, the creators of "The Americans," joined cast members Keri Russell, Matthew Rhys and Noah Emmerich, at a PaleyFest:Made in NY panel on Friday night to discuss the FX show about 80s Russian spies.

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    PaleyFest Launches Its First New York Incarnation With Panels Planned for 'Orange is the New Black' and 'The Outs'

    Los Angeles' longrunning television festival PaleyFest, presented by the Paley Center for Media, is coming to New York this year for the first time ever. "PaleyFest: Made in NY" will run from October 2 through 6th at the Paley Center in New York, with confirmed panel events including the casts and c...

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    Keri Russell Talks 'Austenland,' Women in Hollywood, Costume Dramas and Boobs

    Keri Russell won the admiration of many an adolescent girl during her four-season run as the star of "Felicity," a teen drama focused on an awkward young girl's adjustment to college life.

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    Emmy Watch: Noah Emmerich Talks TV vs. Movies, 'The Americans'

    Actor Noah Emmerich is best-known for his serious film work, from Todd Field's "Little Children" and Peter Weir's "The Truman Show" to Gavin O'Connor's "Pride and Glory." Perhaps because of that film he keeps getting calls to play Irish cops, even though he's a New York Jew, he told me. (His brother...

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    'The Americans,' 'Breaking Bad' Top the 2013 TCA Awards Nominations

    The Television Critics Association, made up of more than 200 journalists in the US and Canada, has for nearly three decades saluted the best in the year in TV in its annual TCA Awards, based on nominations by members.

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    Bernardo Bertolucci Says He Prefers 'Breaking Bad' and 'The Americans' to Hollywood Movies These Days

    The American Academy in Rome celebrated filmmaker Bernardo Bertolucci last night, awarding him the McKim Medal in honor of his contributions to cinema throughout his career. Addressing the audience, the "Last Tango in Paris" director spoke of his formative love for American movies: "I saw 'Stagecoac...

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    'The Americans' Ups Annet Mahendru (Nina) and Alison Wright (Martha) to Series Regulars

    Here's news that offers a hint about the direction the just-wrapped "The Americans" will take in its second season. FX announced today that the spy drama will be moving a pair of its guest stars up to series regular status for its next year -- Annet Mahendru, who plays Nina, and Alison Wright, who's...

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    'The Americans' Unites Its Spy and Domestic Sides for a Finale With Car Chases and an Emotional Heart

    In its first season, FX's "The Americans" has offered up a cracking spy story that's steadily upped its stakes until last night's finale had as its centerpiece a white-knuckle sequence in which KGB operatives Elizabeth (Keri Russell) and Phil (Matthew Rhys) took on a pair of missions with a high lik...

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    5 Best Bets on TV This Week: 'The Big C' Prepares For the End, 'The Undocumented' Airs on PBS

    Sure, Sunday tends to be overcrowded with high-end TV, including "Mad Men," "Veep," "The Borgias," "Game of Thrones," "Nurse Jackie" and more, but what to watch the rest of the time? Every Monday, we bring you five noteworthy highlights from the other six days of the week.

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    How a Series of Unfortunate Events Comes Close to Landing the World in War in 'The Americans'

    From the (relatively) safer perch of 2013, we can look back at the Cold War with the knowledge that the U.S. and the U.S.S.R. never ended up in open combat despite decades of tension. The idea of the Communist threat can seem almost kitschy in our age of roaring capitalism, while international skirm...

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