Daniel Holden

“Rectify” Recap: Episode 1 (Running with the Bull)

Article: “Rectify” Recap: Episode 1 (Running with the Bull)

Daniel is visited by the ghost of Kerwin, who tells Daniel to wake up.

At an Atlanta hospital, Amantha and Janet panic as Daniel struggles to emerge from an induced coma. Nurses rush in to put him back into the coma.

While at the scene of Daniel’s attack, Lid tells Carl that a witness saw a blue truck leave the cemetery. Carl insists on finding the attackers despite Lid’s warning that it will hurt his reelection chances.

6 Questions with “Rectify” star Aden Young (Daniel Holden)

Article: 6 Questions with “Rectify” star Aden Young (Daniel Holden)

Aden Young, who plays Daniel Holden on RECTIFY, talks about the complexities of his character, the most unusual scene he shot in Season 1, his own teenage hobbies (hint: it’s not BMX riding), and working opposite Clayne Crawford (Ted Jr.).

Q: You grew up in Australia. Are there any similarities between Australian culture and Southern culture?

A: I was born in Canada and my father is from Missouri and my mother is from Australia and when I was about 9 we moved out to Australia. But there always was within me this mystery land where my father was from that I wanted to explore, and that was especially true when he passed away… it was perfect for me to come to play a Southerner in his home town, but a Southerner who has of course been locked away from that town for many years. So what was being revealed to me as an Australian was similar in the experience that Daniel might have had in coming out of prison.

Q: It must be a mixed bag getting recognized from the show. Do fans expect you to be as eccentric as Daniel?

All New Sneak Peeks of “RECTIFY” Season 2

Article: All New Sneak Peeks of “RECTIFY” Season 2

Hungry for more after last week’s RECTIFY Season 2 sneak peeks? Catch another glimpse at the season two drama: Senator Foulkes wants a retrial, Sheriff Daggett’s after Daniel’s assailants, and Daniel is fighting to survive.

“RECTIFY” Recap: Season 1

Article: “RECTIFY” Recap: Season 1

With RECTIFY Season 2 set to premiere June 19, it’s time to get caught up on Season 1. Here’s everything you need to know.

“RECTIFY” Season 2: Sneak Peek Video

Article: “RECTIFY” Season 2: Sneak Peek Video

Can’t wait for an all-new season of RECTIFY? Get a first look at what’s to come — Kerwin’s back, Daniel’s in the hospital, Ted confronts Tawney — in these newly released promos.

Which “RECTIFY” Season 1 Episode is Your Favorite? Vote Now

Article: Which “RECTIFY” Season 1 Episode is Your Favorite? Vote Now

After nearly 20 years on Death Row, Daniel Holden is thrust back into the world as a free man. RECTIFY Season 1 chronicles his first six days of freedom. Which episode is your favorite? Vote below.

RECTIFY: Daniel’s case isn’t double jeopardy

Article: RECTIFY: Daniel’s case isn’t double jeopardy

The premiere of RECTIFY raised plenty of questions, but one we keep hearing is: Wouldn’t retrying Daniel Holden (Aden Young) be double jeopardy? Well, our friends at Buzzfeed want to make sure you know the answer is: No. “If you go to trial in front of a jury and you’re found not guilty, that’s the…

Insights into life in solitary and one man’s first taste of freedom

Article: Insights into life in solitary and one man’s first taste of freedom

“I feel like I am developing some kind of skitsophrinia behaviors,” reads one letter. “I hear voices echoing as I try to fall asleep.” That’s how one New York prisoner describes his lengthy experience directly from solitary confinement. The New York Times took a look at some of the letters to the New York Civil Liberties Union from more than 100 prisoners who spend 23 hours a day in elevator-sized cells. The correspondance is part of the NYCLU’s efforts to change the laws around solitary confinement. New York is one of the few states that has not wavered from extensive use of solitary in its prisons.

Breaking Bad EP on Walter White and Rectify’s Daniel Holden

Article: Breaking Bad EP on Walter White and Rectify’s Daniel Holden

Our corporate cousins over at AMC’s Breaking Bad blog caught up with that show’s co-Executive Producer Melissa Bernstein and guess what? She couldn’t help but share some insight into her next big project, Sundance Channel’s new original series Rectify. Check out what the show has in common with Breaking Bad so you can be ready for the big premiere on Monday, April 22nd at 9PM.