Married KGB spies pose as Americans in Washington, D.C., after Ronald Reagan is elected president.
Joe Weisberg (Executive Producer), Joel Fields (Executive Producer), Graham Yost (Executive Producer), Justin Falvey (Executive Producer), Darryl Frank (Executive Producer), Daniel Sackheim (Executive Producer)
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Philip and Elizabeth Jennings are two KGB spies in an arranged marriage who are posing as Americans in suburban Washington, D.C., shortly after Ronald Reagan is elected president. The couple have two children, teenager Paige and preteen Henry, who are unaware of their parents' true identities. The complex marriage becomes more passionate and genuine each day but is continually tested as the Cold War escalates. As Philip begins to warm up to America's values and way of life, his relationship with Elizabeth becomes more complicated. Further complicating things is the arrival of the Jennings' new neighbor, FBI agent Stan Beeman, who is part of a new division of the agency tasked with fighting foreign agents on U.S. soil. The drama series was created by former CIA agent-turned-author Joe Weisberg.
Keri Russell as Elizabeth Jennings
Matthew Rhys as Philip Jennings
Noah Emmerich as Stan Beeman
Holly Taylor as Paige Jennings
Keidrich Sellati as Henry Jennings
Annet Mahendru as Nina
Susan Misner as Sandra Beeman
Alison Wright as Martha Hanson
Richard Thomas as Frank Gaad
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