Fox has ordered a fourth season of its hit FX drama The Americans, a series that’s had an unusually strong second season, according to the network’s streaming site.
The series’ creators have yet to announce any plans for a fifth season.
The season will premiere sometime in 2019.
The show will continue to explore the fallout of the presidential election, with the second season focusing on the aftermath of the assassination of former President Richard Nixon.
The fourth season will explore the impact of the pandemic on the former Soviet Union and the aftermath for a young family.
In addition to casting, the series’ production company, The Artists, is repping production.
FX has not yet announced a premiere date for the fifth season, but the network has been in talks with Hulu to get the show to air.
Watch the latest trailer for the third season of The Americans on Hulu.
The Americans is based on Philip K. Dick’s classic novel, The Man in the High Castle.
Its first season premiered on April 8, 2019, and the second on April 10.
The first season also featured an appearance by Elizabeth Banks as Elizabeth Jennings, played by Krysten Ritter.
She was followed by a major recurring role by American Horror Story: Coven.