Well here’s one piece of Star Wars casting news that just couldn’t wait until the end of the day (thankfully!): Keri Russell is reportedly the first official newcomer to sign on for Star Wars: Episode IX, which is heading into production at the end of this month with J.J. Abrams back at the helm. It’s also a fairly major reunion, as Russell previously starred in the long-running hit series Felicity (created by Abrams) and Mission: Impossible III (directed by Abrams).
The 2017 Emmy Awards keep rolling right along with one of the more intense competitions of the night, and it seems a great injustice has finally been undone. After many years of Mad Men snubs, Elisabeth Moss has finally taken home a statue for Outstanding Lead Actress in a Drama for The Handmaid’s Tale.
Well, if Roseanne can come back without needing to make sense of its ending, why not Felicity? That’s the question posed to stars Keri Russell and Scott Speedman, who told Jimmy Kimmel they’d be up for a Netflix revival “in a heartbeat.”
FX Russian spy drama The Americans feels uncomfortably topical in its twilight years, so we could use a laugh. A deeply … deeply unsettling laugh. Ahead of Season 5’s finale, have a look at The Americans as a cheery ‘80s sitcom centered around Paige, with no horrific murder, espionage or treason creeping in at all!
We’ve already seen The Americans preparing for war and escalating their spy games iin the first Season 5 trailers, but you know how those Russian secrets tend to leak out. Get an in-depth preview of the penultimate season with a full spread of new trailers, and behind-the-scenes promos, including some special guests.
FX’s The Americans seemed understandably chill with the whole Russian invasion thing, but can they handle Paige becoming a full-fledged spy? That’s the question in our first official footage and trailers for the penultimate season, as Paige takes things up a notch with some formal fight training.
FX long-since eased the burden of Americans fans concerned with the show’s fate, giving us almost a full two seasons to wrap up the Jennings’ spy games. Now, sneak a peek at the fifth and penultimate year with some new wigs for Philip and Elizabeth, details on the “slow burn” season and and update on returning characters.
FX’s The Americans has been building tension to an all-time high in the final episodes of Season 4, but we knew the moderately-rated spy drama would have to bring the Cold War to an end eventually. So it is, that FX has issued a two-season renewal to The Americans, ending the series altogether in 2018.