From video interviews with Aden Young and Abigail Spencer to sneak peeks of the upcoming season, we’ve got you covered, Rectify fans.
Production Designer Dave Blass, writer Kate Powers, and actors J.D. Evermore, Johnny Ray Gill, Jayson Warner Smith and Kim Wall are all on board to tweet!
Photos, quizzes, games… and interviews with the “Rectify” cast.
NEW YORK, NY – Jun. 25, 2015 – AMC Networks (Nasdaq: AMCX) today announced a new leadership structure for its AMC Studios operation and expanded its scope.
Daniel wakes up from an induced coma after being brutally beaten by Bobby Dean and his friends.
Lucky attendees at Sundance Film Festival 2015 picked up SundanceTV’s RECTIFY tote bag featuring the artwork above. During RECTIFY’s Season 3 production, the cast and crew signed one! To enter for a chance to win the signed tote, follow RECTIFY on Twitter, then tweet #RectifyToteSweeps to be automatically entered in the drawing.
Executive in charge of production for RECTIFY, Marshall Persinger discusses traveling to Atlanta with the cast and crew for “Donald the Normal,” compares To Kill a Mockingbird to RECTIFY, and the biggest surprise in the series so far.
RECTIFY composer Gabriel Mann talks expanding the score’s musical range, creating music for Daniel and Tawney and writing songs with fourth graders.
We’re treating you to not one, not two, but three chances to binge on RECTIFY. So check out your options below and set your DVR!
RECTIFY star Bruce McKinnon, who plays Ted Sr. on the show, gave us a sneak peek into Season 3 and shared exactly why the cast has such a special bond.
Melissa Bernstein, executive producer of RETCIFY, “Better Call Saul” and “Halt and Catch Fire,” shared with us the biggest surprise in RECTIFY so far, what she most looks forward to about Season 3 and how Saul Goodman would have handled Daniel’s case.
With the Season 3 premiere date of RECTIFY just announced, we thought it was time to catch up with series star Abigail Spencer (Amantha). The actress filled us in on her favorite moment in Season 2, what her “Mad Men” character meant to the series and how she landed her new role in “True Detective.”
The highly anticipated RECTIFY Season 3 will premiere Thu., Jul. 9 10/9c.
On the heels of his Critics’ Choice Award nomination, we sat down with RECTIFY’s Aden Young to talk about all the attention the show’s been getting, his on-set spiritual mentor and what he’s learned from playing Daniel Holden.
The Broadcast Television Journalists Association (BTJA) announced the Critics’ Choice Television Award nominations today, and actor Aden Young earned a nomination for SundanceTV’s RECTIFY.
SundanceTV’s “visually rich, densely-plotted thriller” The Honorable Woman and its “powerful, subtle” series Rectify were each honored with a Peabody Award today.
SundanceTV won six CableFax Awards at the Digital, Tech and Trailer ceremony today — picking up honors for the THE RED ROAD, THE HONORABLE WOMAN and RECTIFY.
She’s so much more than Amantha! RECTIFY’s Abigail Spencer will premiere her short “Winter Light” at Atlanta Film Festival 2015.
SundanceTV announced today that production has commenced on the third season of its original drama series RECTIFY. The hour-long episodic drama was created and written by WGA Award-nominated Ray McKinnon (The Accountant, Deadwood, Sons of Anarchy).
RECTIFY co-stars JD Evermore (Sheriff Carl Daggett) and Jayson Warner Smith (Wendall Jelks) have teamed up for 99 Homes, a new drama about the foreclosure crisis, also starring Andrew Garfield and Michael Shannon, directed by Ramin Bahrani, and premiering at this years Sundance Film Festival. Here, the duo discuss the movie’s fight scene with Andrew Garfield and why RECTIFY fans will love their new work.
The “fascinating” and “deeply thoughtful” second season of RECTIFY lands among the top TV of 2014, with critics calling the series’ sophomore outing even better than the first.
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•Buzzfeed includes RECTIFY in its list of Best Episodes of TV in 2014, praising the season two premiere for “deftly [exploring] multiple facets of what makes Rectify such a fascinating show.”
•A.V. Club lists RECTIFY among The Best TV Shows of 2014, calling the series “a deeply felt, deeply thoughtful second chance at life.”
Critics continue ranking RECTIFY high on best-of-the-year lists, calling the series “so quietly powerful that it forces you to be still in order to receive it” and “haunting on so many levels.”
This week, top TV critics honor the “exquisite” second season of RECTIFY with spots on the year’s best-of lists; while series star Abigail Spencer signs on for an exciting new role.
RECTIFY creator Ray McKinnon discusses fascinating characters, the South and the silver lining of life on death row.
Q: A lot of characters persecute Daniel, but the show always seems to give us a chance to see things their way. What’s the key to finding that balance?
A: I certainly think a lot of characters have made judgments and have prejudices and preconceptions about Daniel… persecution’s a little too strong of a word. But the other words that I used feel appropriate to the characters, when I think of Teddy, or even Bobby Dean in a way. And I don’t know about balance, but as far as seeing things their way, I think if you’re trying to create three dimensional characters, each character like human beings have a subjective viewpoint of the world, and that’s what we tried to understand better. Teddy’s a great example of that, trying to understand what motivates Teddy, how he sees the world. He sees the world differently than Daniel. I think Teddy believes in law and order, or he did certainly in the first season. I think that has changed over time. But if they say Daniel did it and Daniel went to a jury and the jury found that he was guilty then that’s what Teddy believes is the truth, and so Teddy goes about his life verifying things he already believes in, affirming that, and when those things get challenged it’s very difficult for Teddy to deal with that. So I think the balance maybe you’re talking about is trying to make the characters not two-dimensional but three dimensional, where they have a point of view and oftentimes–even with Teddy–that point of view could be valid. Because Daniel could have killed Hannah Dean. We don’t know that answer yet.
Q: Do you sympathize with all the characters that much, or are there exceptions? Senator Foulkes… or Trey?
A: I don’t know if I sympathize with Trey, but …
RECTIFY writer Kate Powers and series creator Ray McKinnon nabbed a nomination in the Episodic Drama category.