RECTIFY fans have the chance to see Caitlin FitzGerald, who played Chloe on Season 4, in the film Always Shine — the award-winning, critically acclaimed introspection into the competitive and hostile nature of toxic female friendships. The chilling thriller, which also stars Mackenzie Davis from AMC’s cult-favorite Halt and Catch Fire, will be available exclusively on the Sundance Now streaming service beginning Feb. 2, 2017.
Now that the curtain has drawn on the final season of RECTIFY, we asked three questions to determine the cast’s favorite personal and character moments from all four seasons. Read on for their final thoughts.
Daniel settles into his new life in Nashville, where he lives at the New Canaan Project and works at a warehouse. He attends group counseling sessions with New Canaan counselor Avery and his housemates Pickle, Nate, Tyrus and Jesse, but is reluctant to open up.
RECTIFY newcomer Caitlin FitzGerald (Chloe) talks about the importance of Chloe in Daniel’s journey, her favorite scene in the season and her hope for Chloe and Daniel’s future.
J.D. Evermore (Sheriff Carl Daggett) talks about whether he thinks Trey is telling the truth in the series finale, what other cases he thinks the sheriff is working on aside from Daniel’s and why he needs a pair of sheriff pajamas.
Flash back to the day of Daniel’s release from prison: Janet laments the time that Daniel has lost. Amantha accuses Janet of being incapable of happiness and implores her to appreciate Daniel’s homecoming.
“The New York Times,” “EW,” “IndieWire” and Many More Count “RECTIFY” Among the Best TV Shows of 2016
RECTIFY is making list after list of top publications’ “Best of 2016” television recommendations. Critics continue to praise RECTIFY in its final season, calling it “a perfect final act,” a “masterpiece” and an “exceptionally smart and important story.”
After four seasons of Daniel Holden’s story, it’s almost time to say goodbye to RECTIFY. Here are your 8 ways to prep for the series finale, in case you missed anything.
RECTIFY super fans: Are you still looking for the perfect gift to give (or keep for yourself) this holiday season? Well, you’re in luck! SundanceTV is giving one lucky RECTIFY fan the chance to score a framed edition of the pilot script signed by select members of the cast.
To everyone who made RECTIFY, and to everyone who loves it, thank you. Leave your farewell comment on the RECTIFY Facebook page.
In a therapy session, Daniel tearfully describes getting raped in prison. The therapist records his description on a smartphone.
Adelaide Clemens (Tawney Talbot) talks about why Tawney identifies with lost souls, what she feels her character deserves after this final season of RECTIFY and the advice she would give to someone in Tawney’s situation.
Praise continues to roll in for RECTIFY’s powerful final season. Emily Nussbaum of The New Yorker calls it a “quiet marvel,” and Rolling Stone says it’s “one of the most emotionally affecting dramas about the criminal justice system on TV.”
The doorbell wakes Teddy after he accidentally falls asleep in Tawney’s bed. Teddy opens the front door for an exterminator then rushes out before Tawney returns home.
RECTIFY star Bruce McKinnon (Ted Talbot, Sr.) gives us his character’s point of view on his flailing relationship with Janet, clearing the air with Daniel and what it means for Ted to agree to sell the tire store in Episode 6.
With George Clooney taking aim in The American, we’re paying tribute to some hitmen who you better hope don’t come gunning for you.
RECTIFY star Clayne Crawford (Teddy Talbot) discusses his tender approach to Teddy’s divorce proposal, Teddy’s massive change from Season 1 to Season 4 and why he thinks Teddy and Riggs (Crawford’s latest role from Lethal Weapon) should hang out.
Teddy visits Tawney at home, where she has prepared some muffins. Teddy tells Tawney that Mr. Childers made an official offer on the tire shop.
Jon follows Trey into the bar parking lot and warns that prosecutors want to put Trey in jail for a long time. He asks why Chris Nelms never seems to get dirty. “Go ask Roger,” Trey says. He adds that if Daniel didn’t kill Hanna, he would put his money on “country club Chris.”
RECTIFY star Luke Kirby (Jon Stern) talks about his character’s world view, his obsession with Daniel’s case and the book you should read if you’re interested in death row and the legal system.
When Will Smith and his real life son Jaden starred in the drama The Pursuit of Happyness, they joined a long line of cinematic duos that proved there is nothing stronger than the bond between father and son.
Executive Producer Marshall Persinger reflects on the Georgia house that became the Holden/Talbot home for four seasons of RECTIFY. Read the Q&A below, then take a 360° virtual reality tour of the house — including the newly remodeled kitchen!
J. Smith-Cameron (Janet Talbot) discusses playing Janet’s wilder side in RECTIFY’s final season, the inner pros and cons she weighed in regards to selling the tire store and the mother-daughter relationship that J. and Abigail Spencer call “Jamantha.”
Daniel wakes up his new roommate, Manny, after Manny sleeps through his alarm. He touches base with Manny before leaving the house.
Few movie moments are as powerful as the scene in A Few Good Men when Col. Jessup (Jack Nicholson) bellows “You can’t handle the truth!” at Lt. Kaffee (Tom Cruise). Rob Reiner’s film adaptation of Aaron Sorkin’s acclaimed play is still as gripping today as it was when it was released back in 1992.