RECTIFY writer Coleman Herbert joined the writing team on Season 2 Episode 1. Currently in the midst of working on Season 4, Herbert took a moment away from production to answer some questions on his own writing rituals and his thoughts on the final season.
RECTIFY writer-director Scott Teems has been with the series since Season 2 Episode 1. Currently in the midst of working on Season 4, Teems took a moment away from the writers’ room to answer some questions on his own writing rituals and to give us a peek as to what lies ahead for Daniel and company.
SundanceTV’s RECTIFY won two Cablefax Awards at the Digital and Tech Awards.
SundanceTV announced from the Television Critics’ Association (TCA) Press Tour that RECTIFY the network’s Peabody Award-winning drama, will begin production on its fourth and final season in Apr. and premiere in fall 2016.
With the new season of RECTIFY just around the corner, we thought it was time to take a look back at some of the fan favorite moments from Season 2. Watch these scenes with Daniel, Amantha, Tawney, Ted and more, and then decide—which Buzzy Bit is the best?
Critics are wilder about RECTIFY than ever, with The A.V. Club, Slate and others honoring “one of the best shows on television” in their best-of-2015 roundups.
Nominations for the 21st Annual Critics’ Choice Awards were announced, and SundanceTV’s RECTIFY nabbed nominations for the show as Best Drama Series, Aden Young for Best Actor in a Drama Series, and Clayne Crawford for Best Supporting Actor in a Drama Series.
Top TV critics at Vulture, HitFix and Variety hail the “unique”, “powerful” RECTIFY as one of the most essential dramas of a year marked by its surplus of quality series, calling 2015′s new episodes “a perfectly realized season of television”
Daniel Holden spent 19 years on Death Row for raping and killing his girlfriend in SundanceTV’s original series RECTIFY. Though Daniel’s story is fiction, it parallels the many true cases of people who are finally freed after spending years—sometimes decades—in prison for crimes they didn’t commit. Unlike Daniel’s vacated conviction (meaning he could be tried again), these convicts were exonerated. But even the exonerated have to deal with questions, suspicions and a difficult reentry into society.
Michael Traynor, who plays George Melton on RECTIFY, talked to us about what it’s like watching RECTIFY since his character’s death, playing Nicholas on “The Walking Dead” and his favorite RECTIFY moment.
Paul Fitzgerald, who plays Chris Nelms, talked to us about his favorite RECTIFY moment, his experience at the 2006 Sundance Film Festival and why he is very much like the character he plays on the show.
When Daniel finds a trove of mixtapes in his attic in Season 1, he is transported back to his life before Death Row. What ’90s songs appear in RECTIFY that you might want to add to your own mixtape?
The cast and creative forces behind RECTIFY talk about working with Ray McKinnon, who their favorite guest stars have been, and the secrets to the opening title sequence.
RECTIFY stars Aden Young and Abigail Spencer talked to us about what they’re working on next and their insights from Season 2. Click on the names to read more from the interviews.
RECTIFY writer Kate Powers answered fan questions from Facebook and Twitter on how they get into Daniel’s headspace, what it’s like in the writers’ room, and what happened to the bedding that Trey took from George’s…
In the wake of RECTIFY’s “riveting”, “transcendent” season three finale, EW, Hitfix and others call the series a “gorgeous”, “unique” standout among TV’s best drama.
Actress J. Smith-Cameron teamed up with RECTIFY writer Kate Powers to create a GoodReads account for Janet Talbot.
Becca Kauffman, voice of RECTIFY Podcast reporter Jane Ellis, talked to us about nailing the public radio persona, what it’s like to tour in Georgia with her band Ava Luna and what she’s working on next.
On the heels of the RECTIFY season three finale, sundance.tv has launched the second installment of The RECTIFY Short Film Festival, bringing fans an expanded array of diverse shorts produced, created and/or headlined by the cast of the Peabody Award-winning series. This installments brings shorts from Ray McKinnon, Aden Young, J. Smith-Cameron and more.
Season 3 of RECTIFY took us on an emotional roller coaster. Read the recaps and vote for your favorite episode.
With his plea deal made official, Daniel comes to terms with his imminent exile from Georgia. He moves out of the Talbot residence after Ted, Sr., unable to forgive Daniel’s assault on Teddy, asks him to leave. He moves in with Amantha, where his old friend (and Amantha’s landlord) Melvin hires him to paint the swimming pool. Daniel becomes disheartened when he learns that he is a suspect in George’s death and is further demoralized by the strict terms of his probation.
Here’s your guide to every song featured in RECTIFY Season 3.
Sheriff Daggett and D.A. Person sit down with Chris Nelms and his lawyer at the police station. They listen to a voicemail in which Trey warns Chris that George is “all tweaked out” about Daniel’s release. Chris confesses that they raped Hanna.
With its third season finale fast approaching, RECTIFY garners louder and louder acclaim from critics who call it “the show that digs the deepest into America’s troubled criminal justice system”, “wholly representative of real life… nothing unrealistic within it”, and “the best show on television.”
SPOILER ALERT! With the Season Finale of RECTIFY fast approaching, it’s time to relive some of the most the intense and surprising moments from the Season 3. From Senator Foulkes’ stroke to Amantha’s revealing speech at the Thrifty Town conference, here are the moments that have kept us on the edge of our seats.