Joel Fields

playwright, television writer and producer

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The FX series  The Americans  centers around Philip and Elizabeth Jennings, a married couple who appear to be living an idyllic 1980's suburban life outside of Washington DC.

Joel Fields and Joe Weisberg: The Americans

The FX series The Americans  centers around Philip and Elizabeth Jennings, a married couple who appear to be living an idyllic 1980's suburban life outside of Washington DC.

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After years of being adored by critics but ignored by the TV Academy, the FX series The Americans is finally having its Emmy moment.

Showrunners Joel Fields and Joe Weisberg on 'The Americans'

After years of being adored by critics but ignored by the TV Academy, the FX series The Americans is finally having its Emmy moment.

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