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"Cardinal" found the Jennings struggling to escape a threat still lurking in the unknown as the hour bridged the intensity of the Season 2 premiere with the growing, mysterious dangers ahead.
This premiere played it way safe in terms of balancing character/world introduction with an actual standalone story.
What distinguished the expertly paced "Comrades" from Season 1 was a very real dovetailing of two spheres—spycraft and family—as The Americans moved into terrifying territory we knew was just around the corner.
We spoke to the creative forces behind FX’s brilliant spy series about Season 2 themes, how to avoid silliness with disguises, and what's truly at the heart of the Jennings' emotional struggles.
"Camille" was about as strong a pilot as any television show can pull off, and The Returned looks to be the kind of program you hope for as a viewer: one that asks big questions while entertaining you in a…
The network's latest offering may not be an original creation, but the French miniseries is new to us Americains, so unless you get "Canal+" you've likely never heard of it... until now.
"Get Behind the Mule" worked fine as a standalone episode, but struggled to wrap up the nine episodes that preceded it, opting instead to bet on the future.
“Fathers & Sins” opened slow, by teasing the kind of boring destiny that could await Cullen once he becomes too mature for reckless shootouts and dangerous business politics, then yanked it all away in a satisfying reminder of past transgressions.