‘The Americans’ Takes Its First Golden Globe For Best Drama Series In Farewell Season

The Americans

A fond farewell for The Americans. Series creator, writer and executive producer Joe Weisberg ripped off a lightning-fast thank you list of cast members, writers, directors, editors, “the best crew in the universe”, et al in accepting The Americans’ win for best drama series at tonight’s 76th Golden Globe Awards. Watch the speech above.

The critically acclaimed FX series, which wrapped its sixth and final season in May, has received five Golden Globe nominations during its run, and tonight saw its first win.

The Americans is a period drama about the complex marriage of two KGB spies posing as Americans in suburban Washington D.C. during the Reagan administration. Matthew Rhys and Keri Russell star, along with Keidrich Sellati, Noah Emmerich, Brandon J. Dirden and Costa Ronin. Joel Fields, serves as an Executive Producer and Writer. Graham Yost, Chris Long, Stephen Schiff and Mary Rae Thewlis are also Executive Producers, along with Amblin Television heads Justin Falvey and Darryl Frank, and Joshua Brand is Consulting Producer.

The Americans
is produced by Fox 21 Television Studios and FX Productions.

Other nominees in the category were Netflix’s Bodyguard, Amazon’s Homecoming, BBC America’s Killing Eve and FX’s Pose.

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