Isaiah Sherman

The A.V. Club Highlights “Rectify’s” Production Design; Forbes Talks to Creator Ray McKinnon

Article: The A.V. Club Highlights “Rectify’s” Production Design; Forbes Talks to Creator Ray McKinnon

This week, Forbes grills RECTIFY showrunner Ray McKinnon on his creative process and influences, while The A.V. Club celebrates the series’ “inspired” used of sets and props. See what everyone is talking about, watch the entire first episode of RECTIFY Season 2 right now.

6 Questions with “The Red Road” Star Tamara Tunie

Article: 6 Questions with “The Red Road” Star Tamara Tunie

Actress Tamara Tunie (THE RED ROAD’s Marie Van Der Veen) discusses her diverse heritage, nurturing the Lenape community and winning a Tony Award.

Songs from “Rectify” Episode 205 (Act As If)

Article: Songs from “Rectify” Episode 205 (Act As If)

Though Gabriel Mann’s original score provides the majority of RECTIFY‘s soundtrack, music supervisor Linda Cohen works alongside creator Ray McKinnon to pick just the right outside tracks for certain special moments. Here are the songs included in this week’s episode.

Food and Wine Discovers “RECTIFY’s” Favorite Food; Entertainment Weekly Applauds Last Episode

Article: Food and Wine Discovers “RECTIFY’s” Favorite Food; Entertainment Weekly Applauds Last Episode

This week, while Food and Wine enjoys a series easter egg, Entertainment Weekly analyzes last episode’s “beautiful detour” from the narrative. See what everyone is talking about, watch the entire first episode of RECTIFY Season 2 right now.

Entertainment Weekly Celebrates “RECTIFY’s” Stillness; Bustle Reflects on Its Women

Article: Entertainment Weekly Celebrates “RECTIFY’s” Stillness; Bustle Reflects on Its Women

This week, Entertainment Weekly keeps raving about the new season while Bustle focuses in on the “brilliant” series’ female characters.

Songs from “Rectify” Episode 204 (Donald the Normal)

Article: Songs from “Rectify” Episode 204 (Donald the Normal)

The five songs included in this week’s episode.

Entertainment Weekly Applauds “Rectify”; Aden Young Talks Daniel’s Innocence

Article: Entertainment Weekly Applauds “Rectify”; Aden Young Talks Daniel’s Innocence

This week, Entertainment Weekly praises RECTIFY’s latest episode as “packed with subtleties,” while the Toronto Sun grills Aden Young on not knowing whether Daniel is innocent or guilty.

Songs from “Rectify” Episode 203 (Charlie Darwin)

Article: Songs from “Rectify” Episode 203 (Charlie Darwin)

Gabriel Mann’s original score provides the majority of RECTIFY’s soundtrack, but music supervisor Linda Cohen works alongside creator Ray McKinnon to pick just the right outside tracks for certain special moments. Just one song was included in this week’s episode, but it’s high profile.

The United States of Cinema: 10 American Indie Classics

Article: The United States of Cinema: 10 American Indie Classics

Hollywood blockbusters aren’t the only reason the whole world watches American movies. Declaring independence from major studios, some of the most creative filmmakers bring their visions to life in the land of the free. Get patriotic with these ten stateside classics, all airing in July on SundanceTV.

Second Season of “Rectify” Premieres to Universal Acclaim

Article: Second Season of “Rectify” Premieres to Universal Acclaim

RECTIFY’s second season premiere is wowing audiences everywhere from Vulture to The Huffington Post, where critics are calling it “a huge artistic leap forward” for “one of the most complicated and strangely uplifting shows on TV.” See what everyone is talking about, watch the entire first episode of RECTIFY Season 2 right now.

Songs from “Rectify” Episode 202 (Sleeping Giants)

Article: Songs from “Rectify” Episode 202 (Sleeping Giants)

Though Gabriel Mann's original score provides the majority of RECTIFY's soundtrack, music supervisor Linda Cohen works alongside creator Ray McKinnon to pick just the right outside tracks for certain special moments. Here are the five songs included in this week's episode.

Rave Reviews for the “Brilliant” Second Season of “Rectify”

Article: Rave Reviews for the “Brilliant” Second Season of “Rectify”

RECTIFY’s upcoming second season wins praise from Indiewire as “unique in its subject matter, tone, and visual splendor,” while The A.V. Club says the season premiere contains “one of the most beautiful sequences to be seen on television in this or any year.” See what everyone is talking about.

Critics Praise Season 2 of “Rectify” and Aden Young’s “Riveting” Performance

Article: Critics Praise Season 2 of “Rectify” and Aden Young’s “Riveting” Performance

RECTIFY's upcoming second season wins acclaim from Entertainment Weekly for its "engrossing meditation on the complexities of redemption," while The Denver Post highlights the "fine cinematography, great acting and probing character development." See what the buzz is all about, watch the first 12 minutes of RECTIFY Season 2 on Buzzfeed now.

6 Questions With RECTIFY Composer Gabriel Mann

Article: 6 Questions With RECTIFY Composer Gabriel Mann

RECTIFY composer Gabriel Mann discusses supporting a subtle story and working in different genres through other shows like Modern Family and Arrested Development.

Q: What does RECTIFY‘s score say about the show?

A: I hope that it’s actually not saying a whole lot. The characters in RECTIFY are so carefully drawn that my job really is to support what they’re saying, doing, viewing. I guess you could say that the music in general is about the overall feeling of Daniel’s situation, his emergence from prison and the starkness and the loneliness of that experience. I mean, the music’s not all stark and lonely. There are moments of levity and beauty. I hope the music is not telling us too much, rather than just supporting and reacting to the characters and the town and the family relationships.

Q: Say you’re composing for a specific scene. Do you work from the script, from a rough cut or something else?

6 Questions With Executive Producer Melissa Bernstein (“Rectify,” “Breaking Bad” and “Halt and Catch Fire”)

Article: 6 Questions With Executive Producer Melissa Bernstein (“Rectify,” “Breaking Bad” and “Halt and Catch Fire”)

Executive producer Melissa Bernstein discusses unconventional storytelling, connections between RECTIFY and Breaking Bad, and her latest project Halt and Catch Fire.

Q: How did you originally get involved with RECTIFY?

A: Mark Johnson, who I produce with, has known Ray McKinnon for years, and checked in with him periodically and got very lucky on timing. He checked in with Ray very shortly after he’d finished writing the pilot for RECTIFY on spec. And Ray agreed to share said pilot with Mark, who shared it with me that same evening. We read it within 24 hours and immediately fell in love with it. It was just so specific and beautifully written, and it was really in a setting that was so fresh and unique. We asked Ray if we could produce it and developed it for a year or so at AMC. And AMC ultimately had a different mandate at the time, so we just kept pushing and pushing and found a home at Sundance, where it belonged!

Q: Has this ten-episode season been more or less challenging than doing six episodes last year?