Rectify Season 2 Review “Sleeping Giants”

When season one of Rectify ended, the 12 people who watched the show were left wondering where the show would go next. The six-episode first season told such a brilliant, contained story that even the most ardent of fans couldn’t help but wonder if we should just let it go after Daniel is savagely beaten in the cemetery. Instead, the show did well enough critically that Sundance thought it merited an additional 10 episodes to see what happens next in fictional Paulie, Georgia. With so much of the initial season centered around the considerable talents of Aiden Young as Daniel Holden, there was going to be some work to do with the show’s supporting characters.



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