The Americans, Season 6

The Americans, Season 6

The Americans

  • Genre: Drama
  • Release Date: 2018-03-28
  • Advisory Rating: TV-MA
  • Episodes: 5
7.8/10
7.8
From 284 Ratings

Description

In the final season of The Americans, Philip and Elizabeth’s ability to protect their cover and family’s safety deteriorates. The Jennings struggle to maintain a smokescreen of normalcy, especially around their son who remains ignorant of the spies in his midst. With Gorbachev in power in the Soviet Union, the winds of change are sweeping through Russia and America creating new perils.

Episodes

Title Time Speed
1 Dead Hand 56:02 36,154 KB/Sec Download
2 Tchaikovsky 47:59 47,432 KB/Sec Download
3 Urban Transport Planning 50:15 35,546 KB/Sec Download
4 Mr. And Mrs. Teacup 50:56 22,165 KB/Sec Download
5 The Americans Final Season Sneak Peek 03:36 42,396 KB/Sec Download

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Reviews

  • Too dark

    4
    By BrianGarland
    Some of the episodes have scenes that are so incredibly dark that you miss what is even happening.
  • Very nice!

    5
    By HH-65a
    The season is off to great start
  • Still the Best Series on Television

    5
    By outhereinthedark
    It's the final season, but it's never too late to discover The Americans. A timely, hip portrait of marriage and identity, carried by its leads. Do-svidaniya to a great show.
  • Kyokushin Osu Seal of Approval

    5
    By Kyokushin Osu
    "The Americans, Season 6," gets the Kyokushin Osu seal of approval. In this final 6th season to the series which we all have been waiting for, the character development continues as one might expect. Mother-daughter (Elizabeth/Paige) and father-son (Phillip/Henry) relationships are highlighted at the outset, along with changes in the parental relationship. And the relationship to motherland? Has Phillip forgotten his past? Has Elizabeth let herself be pulled too deeply into the web of deception? This series is about family in the same way that The Godfather was about family. A modern classic that showcases the sublime talent of Keri Russell and Matthew Rhys. Bravo.

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