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Star World Premiere HD to show ‘The Americans’ season 4 from 18 April
MUMBAI: English entertainment channel Star World Premiere HD is all set to premiere the season 4 of ‘The Americans’ on 18 April at 10 pm.
The period spy drama will air every Monday on the channel.
‘The Americans’ stars Golden Globe award winner Keri Russell (of ‘Felicity’ fame) as Elizabeth Jennings and phenomenal actor Matthew Rhys (of ‘Brothers & Sisters’ and ‘The Bastard Executioner’ fame) as Philip Jennings, two Soviet KGB officers who are married to each other and have kids. The show follows them as they live with their unsuspecting children in Washington DC in order to spy on the American government.
Set during the period of the Cold War, the series mainly focuses on the personal and professional struggles of The Jennings as a couple while incorporating some significant real-life events into the narrative.
Speaking of Season 4, Keri Russell stated, “This season feels a lot, to me, about the emotional cost of the choices over the last three years that they’ve made.” She further added, “There is a big opening for Elizabeth in a new way, especially with Paige and seeing how it’s affecting her. Between Paige’s fractures and Philip’s fractures, there is a bigger sensitivity to the fragility of her family this season.”
After three seasons of focusing on the beginning of the 1980s, the show is now set in the year 1983 and will highlight several of the year’s big historical moments – President Ronald Reagan’s Star Wars Speech, David Copperfield making the Statue of Liberty disappear, and the debut of the landmark TV movie, ‘The Day After’.