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If they call me, of course I'd do it, but I'm not going to go banging on doors. I do want to work on an American show; the best of their TV is the best in the world at the moment.
But I'm not going to beg.''I like to go into a series from the beginning and this is the second series,' he shrugs.
The Soviets had a nuclear bomb and were aggressively expanding their influence into Europe and Africa. The American Communist Party, other left-wing organizations, and minority groups - including African-Americans, Native Americans, and various immigrant groups - became targets of suspicion, surveillance, and infiltration.
Ethel and Julius Rosenberg's trial and execution for conspiring to steal secrets of the atomic bomb convinced many Americans that communist spies were among them.
'I don't know what's going to happen to my character but it was fun to film; I got to spend a few weeks in Cape Town with my friend Toby Stephens, who's also in it.' Normally at this time of year Rupert, 43, whose mother is To The Manor Born's Angela Thorne and whose father Peter Penry-Jones was an actor too, would be filming Whitechapel; but that was axed by ITV at the end of last year.
He admits he's still surprised and a little bit angry that the channel didn't let the gory detective drama have a fifth and final series.
'ITV put the last series out at the end of the summer holidays; if I was a viewer I wouldn't want to watch Whitechapel then,' he says.
The singers still in the running along with Abrams are Lauren Alaina, Paul Mc Donald, Pia Toscano, James Durbin, Jacob Lusk, Haley Reinhart, Thia Megia, Stefano Langone, Naima Adedapo and Scotty Mc Creery.All 11 contestants will take part in this summer's concert tour and will share in the revenue earned from ticket sales and merchandise sold.Abrams may have made the bottom of the pack in last week's show but he's near the top when it comes to Twitter followers.Domestically, the House Un-American Activities Committee (HUAC) was charged with uncovering and identifying "anti-American" or "pro-communist" activities.A federal employee loyalty program was instituted in 1947 to preclude the employment of "disloyal Americans." Local governments, public institutions, and private companies, as well as universities and labor unions, quickly fell in line by instituting their own loyalty programs and dismissing employees suspected of having ties to communism.'There was such a great storyline in the last series that it was a shame not to let us finish it off properly,' he says.'Even if it was just a two-parter to explain what series four was all about it would have been good.' When it began in 2009, Whitechapel attracted ratings of over 8 million but series four last year got just over 3 million, and Rupert wonders whether it was simply because people didn't want to watch grisly goings-on while it was sunny outside.He slipped onto his knees, grabbed his heads and was trembling with disbelief at his good fortune at being allowed to stay another week.But the drama did not end on stage and behind the scenes, Abrams was said to be so overwrought with emotion that he apparently began hyperventilating and crumbled onto the floor in the hallway.Propaganda films such as "Red Nightmare" and "Duck and Cover" further fueled this anxiety.The Truman Doctrine of 1947 expanded the battle, authorizing financial support for foreign governments fighting communism.