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Poster for The Americans (2013).


ID -8o
Tipos de entrada Séries de TV
Genres action, crime, drama, mystery, thriller
Countries USA
Línguas en
Duration 45 min
External links omdb , imdb , wikipedia
Poster for episode Pilot.


Phillip and Elizabeth Jennings (Matthew Rhys and Keri Russell) are an undercover team of Russian intelligence agents working deep cover in the heartland of the United States. Their true identities are a secret to everyone, even their own children, Paige and Henry. Their lives are further complicated when a failed mission leaves them stuck with a Russian defector Timochev, who was meant to be exported back to Russia. Added to this, FBI Counter-Intelligence Agent Stan Beeman (Noah Emmerich) has just moved in across the street with his family. Now Phillip and Elizabeth must figure out what to do with Timochev while they contemplate whether or not Beeman's arrival is a coincidence. Phillip, thinking of his family's safety, tries to talk Elizabeth into defecting, which she blatantly refuses. Phillip even goes so far as to untie Timochev, intending to take him to Beeman, before Elizabeth interferes. Phillip kills Timochev himself after finding out that he raped Elizabeth while she was in training years ago. They dispose of his body and, after fifteen years of marriage, Elizabeth finally trusts him enough to reveal details about her former life. Beeman searches their garage in the middle of the night, suspicious of Phillip, about whom he thinks "something is off." President Ronald Reagan issues a top secret executive order, which authorizes the FBI to use whatever means necessary to neutralize Soviet agents operating within the United States.

Poster for episode The Clock.

The Clock

Phillip, as Swedish Intelligence Officer Scott Berman, seduces Annalise (Gillian Alexy) and convinces her to discreetly take photos of the U.S. Secretary of Defense Caspar Weinberger's office. A meeting is to take place in three days between Weinberger, British Prime Minister Margaret Thatcher and her defense secretary John Nott to discuss the Americans' proposed Strategic Defense Initiative. Phillip and Elizabeth have been asked to infiltrate and bug that office. They enlist the help of cleaning lady Viola (Tonye Patano), whose son Elizabeth had injected a poison to get Viola to cooperate.

Poster for episode Gregory.


Nina (Annet Mahendru), the FBI's new KGB mole, tells Agent Beeman about an agent who had been killed the same night Timochev went missing. The dead agent is shown to be Rob, the man Timochev had stabbed. The FBI's last known location of him was Pennsylvania with his wife Joyce (Audrey Esparza) and child. The Jennings also know Rob's location as he has left them a newspaper message to meet him in Philadelphia. Phillip suggests putting their contact Gregory (Derek Luke) on the case. Gregory accepts Elizabeth's request, as they apparently have a history together. At the meet, Gregory deduces Joyce had set up the meeting, as she nervously communicates with other FBI agents. Gregory is able to snatch her without the agents knowing. Realizing Rob was no drug dealer, she gives Phillip a coded note from him. Phillip learns from Gregory that he and Elizabeth had an affair while she was pregnant with Paige. Claudia (Margo Martindale), the Jennings' KGB supervisor whom Phillip calls "Granny", tells him to contact the person mentioned in the note. The contact gives him schematics for a laser anti-ballistic ray. Since the FBI has issued a kidnapping charge for Joyce, the Jennings hand her and baby over to Claudia. Elizabeth later explains to Phillip how she has felt for the last 20 years being forced into marriage. Her affair with Gregory stemmed from each having a passion for their work.

Poster for episode In Control.

In Control

President Reagan is shot. Both nations' agencies are eager to learn if the other was involved. After completing their first mission of questioning Reagan's nurses who ensure he will survive, the Jennings learn they are to mark key U.S. officials for future sniper hits. This leads to their discovery that Secretary of State Alexander Haig, who has assumed control of the U.S., also has the codes to possibly launch a nuclear war. Elizabeth panics, wishing to inform the Soviets, but Phillip insists on further investigation. They see Stan Beeman arrive home and go to learn what he knows. He gives John Hinckley, Jr.'s motivation behind the attempt and Elizabeth mentions thinking Stan investigated spies. There was a concern the Soviets might have been involved but that was quickly refuted. As Stan and his wife grow farther apart, Phillip and Elizabeth get closer, even knowing that withholding knowledge of Haig's complete temporary power could get them killed.

Poster for episode COMINT.


Elizabeth meets with Adam Dorwin, a manager of a private company contracted by the U.S. government for the missile defense program. Dorwin is later revealed to be KGB Agent Udacha, who feels nervous and alone because the KGB cannot contact him out of fear the FBI will move in. The FBI has new encrypted radios so the KGB cannot tell when they are being followed. Elizabeth turns her focus on another man who handles the technology, and learns the encryption devices are mobile. She and Phillip track down one of the mobile units in the trunk of an FBI car. Elizabeth manages to make an imprint of an encrypted card, at the risk of being caught in the car's trunk. Meanwhile, Stan pressures Nina into learning if the KGB will meet with Udacha. When the code is learned by the KGB, the meeting is set. The FBI follows Udacha's contact to the supposed meet, while Elizabeth kills Udacha at another site. These actions force the KGB to realize they have a mole.

Poster for episode Trust Me.

Trust Me

Phillip and Elizabeth are separately abducted and questioned about being KGB spies in America. Neither admit to it, even if evidence is presented otherwise. Their captors are revealed to be the KGB trying to ferret out the mole, as the Jennings were first to discover the encryptions which were immediately changed by the FBI. The Jennings manage to turn the tables on their captors, which includes Claudia, whom Elizabeth beats to send a message to whoever authorized their abduction. Phillip seethes at Elizabeth for what he considers a betrayal, after she tells him that she had earlier told their handlers that he "liked the U.S. too much" which he feels has led to them being under suspicion. Although fearing being caught, Nina cleverly exposes Vasili as the mole, with some help from Stan. Meanwhile, not knowing where their parents are, Paige and Henry hitchhike home from the mall. Nick (Michael Oberholtzer), the man who picks them up, becomes creepy to them and they are able to escape after he stops along the way. The two kids promise to keep the situation a secret between them.

Poster for episode Duty and Honor.

Duty and Honor

Phillip is sent to New York City to discredit a Polish dissident. There he works with an agent named Irina, who was his lover before he left Russia. She asserts that her son in Russia is from that relationship. After the successful mission, she tells Phillip she plans to leave the KGB and disappear; she invites Philip to join her but he declines. Elizabeth develops a new source within the SDI project by paying off his gambling debt. Stan misses a family dinner to work late; his colleague takes him to a bar and urges him to pick up a woman for casual sex, but he instead calls Nina and has sex with her. Gavin indicates that the FBI may never deliver on Stan's promise to eventually extricate Nina from the embassy. When Phillip returns, Elizabeth apologizes for their prior rift and asks him to try to make their marriage real. He agrees but lies to her about Irina.

Poster for episode Mutually Assured Destruction.

Mutually Assured Destruction

A German assassin has been ordered to kill American scientists involved in the ABM program. After the mission is aborted, Phillip and Elizabeth must stop him and prevent a possible war, without having any idea of his identity.

Poster for episode Safe House.

Safe House

Philip and Elizabeth tell the kids that they are going to live apart for a while -- they don't take it well. Meanwhile, Gaad plans to assassinate Arkady, the new KGB resident, on his regular jogging route. Philip spends the night with Martha, and the next morning Amador confronts him. They fight and Amador is stabbed; Philip takes him to a deserted building where he and Elizabeth attempt to treat him and question him about the FBI's plans. At the time of Arkady's regular jog, the FBI find only his assistant Vlad, as Arkady is fortuitously injured. On Stan's unauthorized initiative, the FBI seize Vlad and take him to the safe house. Stan phones Arkady and threatens to kill Vlad unless Amador is released. Amador dies in the Jennings' custody and they dump the body; after he is found, Stan returns to the safe house and kills Vlad.

Poster for episode Only You.

Only You

The FBI investigation of Amador's death makes rapid progress when Amador's ring (which he left in the trunk of the car transporting him) turns up at a pawn shop. Stan locates an associate of Gregory's who ditched the car, and is hot on the tail of Gregory himself. The KGB, to cut its losses, frames Gregory for the murder of Amador and offers him exfiltration to Moscow. He refuses, and neither Claudia nor Elizabeth can change his mind. Everyone knows Gregory has to die; Claudia asks Philip to kill him out of compassion for Elizabeth, but Elizabeth convinces him to agree to Gregory's own plan—a fatal shootout with the police. Meanwhile, Stan promises Nina he will find out who killed her friend Vlad, Sandra asks Stan to quit the FBI and move away with her and Matthew, and the Jennings deal with boundary issues in their separate parenting.

Poster for episode Covert War.

Covert War

The CIA assassinate three KGB officials in Moscow, including Elizabeth's mentor Zhukov. Elizabeth decides to kill the CIA official who (according to Claudia) planned the operation, against KGB orders. She seduces him and, with Philip's help, abducts him, but when he is their prisoner in the deserted building she relents and lets him go. Afterward she visits Philip in his motel room to thank him and appears to be interested in a reconciliation, but leaves when she learns he has rented an apartment. She then confronts Claudia, accusing her of manipulating her into killing the CIA man against orders to destroy her career. Claudia says that she was Zhukov's lover and denies any ill will toward the Jennings; she is surprised that Elizabeth did not carry out the killing. Meanwhile, Sandra concludes that Stan is having an affair and leaves him; he goes to Nina and attempts to break off their affair but loses his resolve. The newly promoted Nina is given access to the material obtained by the bug in Weinberger's office. Martha surprises "Clark" by introducing him to her parents.

Poster for episode The Oath.

The Oath

Elizabeth's new source, Sanford Prince (Tim Hopper), tells her he has recruited an Air Force colonel who will give important information on the SDI project for $50,000. After seeing some of this information, Moscow orders Elizabeth to meet with the colonel despite her misgivings — she confirms these orders by radio as she does not trust Claudia. To see whether the FBI are on to them, Philip asks Martha to plant a bug in Gaad's office, promising to marry her to ensure her loyalty. He does so in a private ceremony witnessed only by her parents (sworn to secrecy about "Clark") and Clark's "mother" (Claudia) and "sister" (Elizabeth). With the planned meeting only a few days away, Prince is arrested for an unrelated child support issue. Weinberger's housekeeper tells the FBI about being forced to plant the bug, and they plan to provide the KGB with disinformation through it. From her account, and that of the CIA man that the Jennings abducted, Stan and Gaad conclude that they are looking for a thirtysomething married couple and produce a sketch of them. Meanwhile, Nina is sworn into Directorate S and, after a conversation with Stan, confesses her spying to Arkady and suggests that she become a re-doubled agent.

Poster for episode The Colonel.

The Colonel

With the meeting with the colonel the next day, Claudia and the Jennings are all worried that it has been compromised — Claudia urges Arkady to abort the mission. Philip and Elizabeth plan for the other of them to take the kids to Canada if the meeting goes bad, after taking care of the apparently easier mission of picking up the tape from the Weinberger bug, from a parked car adjacent to Weinberger's house. This meeting, of course, has been compromised and is thoroughly staked out by the FBI. A confident Stan tells both Sandra and Nina that his difficult mission will soon be over — Sandra rebuffs his attempt at reconciliation and Nina tells Arkady, who has accepted her offer in spite of Moscow's skepticism. Philip meets with the colonel without incident and learns his secret information — the SDI project is technically infeasible and may be a feint to get the USSR to waste resources. Arkady cleverly manages to get an abort order to Claudia, who warns Philip; they both realize Elizabeth is the one in danger. Philip picks up Elizabeth just as she reaches the parked car. They evade the FBI pursuit, but Elizabeth is shot in the abdomen. While she is being treated at the deserted building, Philip phones Stan to ask the Beemans to watch the kids while Elizabeth "cares for a sick relative". Meanwhile, Claudia kills the CIA man who planned the assassination of Zhukov, and Paige is increasingly puzzled by some of Elizabeth's behavior but finds nothing clearly amiss.

Poster for episode Comrades.


Elizabeth comes back from her injury and straight into what should have been a routine mission - but it goes awry, leaving her and Philip in fear not only for themselves but for their whole network... and family. Paige's suspicions have only grown in her mother's absence. Meanwhile, Stan continues to fall for the Russian agent who has started to play him.

Poster for episode Cardinal.


As Philip investigates the fallout from the last operation, Elizabeth sticks close to home, concerned for her family until she gets a mysterious distress signal. Meanwhile, a walk-in arrives at the Rezidentura - providing both Nina and Stan with unique opportunities.

Poster for episode The Walk In.

The Walk In

Philip and Elizabeth complete their next mission - but not without complications - and Philip's fears about Elizabeth's readiness for action deepen. Stan tracks the KGB walk-in which leads to much praise at work and a deepening of his attachment to, and dependence on, Nina. Meanwhile, Paige snoops into her mother's family background and Oleg begins to scrutinize Nina's secret operation.

Poster for episode A Little Night Music.

A Little Night Music

Just when Philip and Elizabeth think they have a quiet road ahead, an old friend returns to complicate things. Not only do they have to intercept a target who could prove valuable to the Soviet Union, but they also have to take on an important rogue mission without the support of the Centre. Divisions inside the Rezidentura deepen between Oleg and Arkady and there's an upheaval at the FBI as the chickens come home to roost for Agent Gaad. Meanwhile, Martha's frustrations threaten to blow Philip's cover.

Poster for episode The Deal.

The Deal

Philip and Elizabeth are finally assigned a new handler as Philip works to clean up the mess of the last operation and Elizabeth, in disguise as Clark's sister Jennifer, does her best to smooth things over with Martha. As Stan searches for a missing scientist, Oleg and Arkady continue to argue over how best to handle the situation on their side, leaving Nina once again caught between the FBI and KGB.

Poster for episode Behind the Red Door.

Behind the Red Door

A dangerous Naval officer becomes the key to Philip and Elizabeth's mission as well as a potential threat to their family's safety. Lucia, a Sandinista intelligence officer working with the Jennings, is tasked with getting Elizabeth access to Capitol Hill. Stan struggles with the potential costs of protecting Nina.

Poster for episode ARPANET.


Philip uses his agent Charles Duluth to help him gain access to an early precursor to the Internet so that the KGB can bug American government communications. Nina faces the threat of a potential FBI polygraph exam, bringing her closer to KGB colleague Oleg.

Poster for episode New Car.

New Car

Philip and Elizabeth both find themselves faced with painful turns in their various missions. Stan fights to gain access to an American military program that could give him the upper hand in his battle of wills with Oleg.

Poster for episode Martial Eagle.

Martial Eagle

Philip and Elizabeth's long-planned mission turns ugly, impacting each of them in different ways. Stan digs in deeper at work as his personal life continues to unravel.

Poster for episode Yousaf.


A new mission with international stakes has Philip calling on Annelise for assistance just as an old foe returns to D.C. with a vendetta. Stan makes a discovery that could put the FBI hot on the trail of Illegals.

Poster for episode Stealth.


Elizabeth makes a shocking discovery about Kate. Philip pursues a contact for information about stealth. Stan continues his pursuit of the illegals.

Poster for episode Operation Chronicle.

Operation Chronicle

With Larrick closing in, Elizabeth rushes to exfiltrate Jared while Philip readies Fred for a crucial mission. Arkady finally plays his hand, forcing Stan to make an impossible choice.

Poster for episode Echo.


No one is safe as Philip and Elizabeth evacuate their children while trying to complete the mission. Stan holds Nina's future in his hands.

Poster for episode EST Men.


Things are tense between Elizabeth and Philip as they have differing opinions over how to handle orders coming from the Centre.

Poster for episode Baggage.


Poster for episode Open House.

Open House

Poster for episode Dimebag.


Poster for episode Salang Pass.

Salang Pass

Poster for episode Born Again.

Born Again

Poster for episode Walter Taffet.

Walter Taffet

Poster for episode Divestment.


Poster for episode Do Mail Robots Dream of Electric Sheep?.

Do Mail Robots Dream of Electric Sheep?

Poster for episode Stingers.


Poster for episode One Day in the Life of Anton Baklanov.

One Day in the Life of Anton Baklanov

Poster for episode I Am Abassin Zadran.

I Am Abassin Zadran

Poster for episode March 8, 1983.

March 8, 1983

Poster for episode Glanders.


Poster for episode Pastor Tim.

Pastor Tim

Poster for episode Experimental Prototype City of Tomorrow.

Experimental Prototype City of Tomorrow

Poster for episode Chloramphenicol.


Poster for episode Clark's Place.

Clark's Place

Poster for episode The Rat.

The Rat

Poster for episode Travel Agents.

Travel Agents

Poster for episode The Magic of David Copperfield V: The Statue of Liberty Disappears.

The Magic of David Copperfield V: The Statue of Liberty Disappears

Poster for episode The Day After.

The Day After

Poster for episode Munchkins.


Poster for episode Dinner for Seven.

Dinner for Seven

Poster for episode A Roy Rogers in Franconia.

A Roy Rogers in Franconia

Poster for episode Persona Non Grata.

Persona Non Grata

Poster for episode Amber Waves.

Amber Waves

Poster for episode Pests.


Poster for episode The Midges.

The Midges

Poster for episode What's the Matter with Kansas?.

What's the Matter with Kansas?

Poster for episode Lotus 1-2-3.

Lotus 1-2-3

Poster for episode Crossbreed.


Poster for episode The Committee on Human Rights.

The Committee on Human Rights

Poster for episode Immersion.


Poster for episode Darkroom.


Poster for episode Dyatkovo.


Poster for episode The World Council of Churches.

The World Council of Churches

Poster for episode The Soviet Division.

The Soviet Division

Poster for episode Dead Hand.

Dead Hand

Poster for episode Tchaikovsky.