Actors Rhys and Russell play undercover Russian spies living in the U.S.
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U.S. intelligence sees Russian spies around every corner, disrupting government and stealing secrets.After launching five years ago, the FX network series found particular relevance in the era of U.S. President Donald Trump, with a return of Cold War tensions amid accusations that Russia interfered in the 2016 presidential election.The show's premise was simple: how the Jennings – actors Keri Russell and Matthew Rhys – live under deep cover in a northern Virginia home, raising two children in American schools, keeping the house clean and the pantry stocked, while taking orders from KGB bosses to steal top government secrets, eliminate rivals, and remain hidden from U.S. spy chasers.While Hollywood is replete with spy series and movies – the often over-the-top "Homeland" another recent hit – Washington intelligence officials lauded "The Americans" for its realism.
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