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Rectify Final Season: 9 Character Portraits (Exclusive Photos)

Ray McKinnon s critically acclaimed Rectify concludes the story of Daniel Holden with the upcoming fourth season on SundanceTV. Aden Young plays Daniel Holden, whose adjustment to life after being on death row for 19 years has been rocky, to say the least. Abigail Spencer plays Amantha Holden, Daniels sister, whos also had to try to redefine herself after focusing on trying to free her brother for two decades. ...Read More... //

'Rectify' Creator Promises "Something's Gonna Be Revealed" in Final Season

Ray McKinnon's acclaimed SundanceTV drama returns for its final season on October 26.   Read More... //

Rectify Final Season Will Reveal Daniel Holden Killed Hanna, Or Not TCA

Sundance TV kicked off its Rectify Q&A at TCA by announcing that the show willreturn for its final season on October 26, so naturally the first question was fired at creator, EP, writer, director Ray McKinnon: Will he reveal whether Daniel Holden (Aden Young) committed the crime for for which he spent 19 years on death row. Well, I think we discussed that in the writers room, McKinnon began, noting that a lot of bright people put all their IQs together, eight of  ... Read More... //

Rectify Season 4 Trailer: Heres Your First Look at How It All Ends (Video)

Rectify is coming to an end but not before the Holdensmake up for lost time (as only that screwed-up family can). SundanceTV dropped a trailer Sunday for the fourth and final season of its Peabody-winning critical darling. The video release coincided with the shows on-stage turn at the Television Critics Association Summer Press Tour in Beverly Hills. The final words of the Season 4 trailerare, I didnt think it would end this way. Did you? Let us know in the comments section, and watch the video above.   Read More... //

Rectify's Clayne Crawford Boards Amazon's David E. Kelley Legal Drama

Clayne Crawford, a Critics Choice Award nominee for his work as Rectifys Ted. Jr., has booked a recurring role on Amazons recently greenlit legal drama from TV vet David E. Kelley. Ordered straight to series in December, the currently untitled drama stars Billy Bob Thornton (Fargo) as a lawyer on a quest for redemption, in [] //

Clayne Crawford Wants Something Redeeming for Teddy in Final Season of Rectify (Exclusive Video)

Season 4 of Rectify will mark the end of the shows run on SundanceTV, and Clayne Crawford hopes that his character will go out with a bang. Teddy has had such a rough go at it, you know? Crawford told TheWrap. I would like there to be something redeeming for Teddy. Maybe for him to kill Tawney, and then him end up in prison. Why not, you know? It would be exciting! Rectify earned three Critics Choice Awards nominations, for Best Drama Series, Aden Young for Best Actor in a Drama Series and Crawford for Best Supporting Actor in a Drama Series. Crawford is excited about the recognition, but he doesnt really have a plan for how he would celebrate if he won.   Read More... //

Rectify to End After Season 4

Rectify will end its run on SundanceTV following its upcoming fourth season, the network announced Friday. The series follows Daniel Holden ( Aden Young )who returns home after spending 19 years on death row. Having spent his whole life waiting to die, Daniel must try to establish a normal life. Rectify was created and written by Writers Guild Award-nominated Ray McKinnon , the writer and director of the Oscar-winning short film The Accountant and an actor in Deadwood and Sons of Anarchy.   Read More... //

Weekend Binge Guide: September 2015

Have the weekend free? Going out is overrated! Binge-watch one of these shows instead:   If you want to laugh:     Fresh Off the Boat See all reviews for Fresh Off the Boat Maybe it's because in 1995, I was exactly the same age as Eddie Huang is supposed to be on the show, but Fresh Off the Boat gives me the nostalgia giggles. Yeah, I'm old enough now that period shows are flashbacks to eras in which I've lived, but hey, the mid-90s were also a hilariously funny time. But it's not the period details that make me chuckle (if anything, they just make me want to find out where I can still buy a Chipwich ), it's the Huang family — especially Jessica, played by the amazing Constance Wu — with their take on how to make it in America that makes me laugh so hard it hurts (that means I've earned my Chipwich, right?).     If you want to cry:     Rectify See all reviews for Rectify This is the kind of show that stays with you for days after you watch each episode. It's understated and quietly lovely in a very under-the-radar kind of way, but man, if it doesn't make you cry ugly. It's by turns ambiguous (Daniel Holden is released after a prison sentence for a crime he may or may not have actually committed), aching (he tries — and mostly fails — to put his life back together), and infuriating (everything is just so damn hard). If Fresh Off the Boat is a comedy about the American Dream, Rectify is a tragedy about its broken promise.     If you want to scream:     Fortitude See all reviews for  Fortitude If you're looking for gore, this is your show. If you're looking for creepiness, this is definitely your show. If you're looking for a lingering sense of dread that accompanies you wherever you go for months after watching the last episode, boy, is this ever the only show you should watch. What could cause a horrific (almost vomit-inducing) series of murders in an Arctic research town? I'm not going to ruin the show, but the show might ruin your appetite.       If you want to think:     The Moaning of Life See all reviews for  The Moaning of Life Those familiar with Karl Pilkington need no explanation, but the rest of you might. Basically, this round-headed Englishman got caught up in Ricky Gervais' orbit and became a wisdom-spouting phenomenon. He's an incredible grump who is nevertheless prone to almost-zen pronouncements on life. The Moaning of Life takes him back on the road (sidenote: if you've never seen his original travel series An Idiot Abroad , definitely start there) to understand cultural views on birth, love, marriage, death, and other parts of life. It's astoundingly funny — and tremendously insightful.       Leah E. Friedman  is the editor of You can follow her musings on  Twitter . p { text-align: justify; }

Daniel Gets an Important New Ally in This Exclusive Rectify Sneak Peek

  It looks like there may still be hope for Daniel Holden after all. Even though Daniel accepted a plea deal in last season's Rectify finale, Sheriff Daggett hasn't stopped investigating the case. In this sneak peek ofThursday's episode, he even goes so far as to declare that he believes Daniel is ...   Read More...   //

Tawney breaks down in 'Rectify' exclusive clip

The line between need and want is about to get pretty fraught. In this exclusive clip fromThursdays episode of Rectify , Tawney (Adelaide Clemons)and Teddy(Claine Crawford) pay a visit toa couplestherapist (Melinda Page Hamilton). But this isnt Tawneys first time on the couch,...   Read More... //