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  1. The Andy Greenwald Podcast: Noah Emmerich

    Andy Greenwald

    The Americans star Noah Emmerich joins Andy Greenwald to talk about Wednesday night's fantastic episode, his acting career, and ...; a cappella? Listen to the podcast here. Subscribe to the Grantland Network ...

    Blog | April 17, 2014
  2. TV Check-in: ‘The Americans’ Remains at the Top of It...

    Andy Greenwald

    I've been thinking a lot about the laundry room. Sure, it's a convenient, if ironic, spot for Philip and Elizabeth Jennings to do their dirt. With two kids, there's no shortage of soiled clothes to go through, and the comforting hum of...

    Blog | March 27, 2014
  3. My Feature-Length TV Show of the Year: Frances Ha

    Andy Greenwald

    Now more than ever, pop culture is about the small stuff — an obscure TV show, a few notes in a pop song, a tweet. To celebrate a year of micro moments, every day a new Grantland writer will highlight one specific thing — a Big Little Thi...

    Blog | December 19, 2013
  4. The Americans Season 1 Finale: Games Without Frontiers

    Andy Greenwald

    Over the course of this bracing and brilliant debut season of The Americans, we've been introduced to all sorts of agents. There are federal agents, Soviet and travel agents (Philip and Elizabeth happen to be both), and a large assortment of single, ...

    Blog | May 02, 2013
  5. The Americans Season 1, Episode 12: Feelings Come and Go, But 'Th...

    Andy Greenwald

    One of the many subtle arguments The Americans has advanced during this remarkable debut season is the notion anyone is capable of doing just about anything. Maybe we can't all get an armed FBI agent to stab himself in the gut, like Philip, or spice ...

    Blog | April 25, 2013
  6. The Americans Season 1, Episode 9: 'Safe House'

    Andy Greenwald

    Everyone takes their work home with them. How could we not? Especially these days, when the demands of a high-maintenance boss can buzz in your pocket from miles away. But cell phones have only taken something universal and made it immediate. There's...

    Blog | April 04, 2013
  7. The Americans, Season 1, Episode 8: The 'Mutually Assured Destruc...

    Andy Greenwald

    "The '80s" as they exist in contemporary pop culture are a lot different from the '80s as they were actually lived. This is one of the many things that The Americans has gotten right in its increasingly exceptional freshman season. There are no gratu...

    Blog | March 21, 2013
  8. The Americans Season 1, Episode 7: Only 'Duty and Honor' Are Real...

    Andy Greenwald

    Nothing brings a couple closer together than distance. We've all been there, right? Last night's fight still lingering in the air on the way to the train/bus/space station. The sour inevitability of the parting made even more bitter by a few final re...

    Blog | March 14, 2013
  9. The Americans Season 1, Episode 5: 'COMINT'

    Andy Greenwald

    In 1981, the year The Americans takes place, the divorce rate in the United States reached an all-time high: 5.3 divorces per 1000 people. At the time, this was partly ascribed to the rising trend in "no-fault" divorce laws, under which many states n...

    Blog | February 28, 2013
  10. The Americans Season 1, Episode 3: 'Gregory'

    Andy Greenwald

    In his best-selling book Outliers, author — and noted Grantland opinion-haver! — Malcolm Gladwell makes the case that it takes at least 10,000 hours to master any endeavor. It's encouraging, this idea that dedication and repetition are th...

    Blog | February 14, 2013
  11. The Americans Season 1, Episode 2: 'The Clock'

    Andy Greenwald

    When we first met Philip and Elizabeth Jennings, they were on a bit of a hot streak in their little corner of the Cold War. Their work seemed simple, straightforward: sleep with some men, shove others into the trunk. They'd been undercover so long th...

    Blog | February 07, 2013
  12. The Super 8 Director Mentorship Academy

    Andy Greenwald

    This week brings the release of Super 8, director J.J. Abrams' bighearted tribute to the sort of wide-eyed, family-friendly alien adventure movies Steven Spielberg used to make before he discovered less interesting things such as American history, Os...

    Blog | June 09, 2011