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.
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.
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.
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.
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.
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.
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.”
Abigail Spencer (Amantha Holden) discusses Amantha’s quest for balance in RECTIFY’s final season, the on- and off-screen dynamic between her and J. Smith-Cameron (Janet Talbot) and what it was like to work with Nathan Darrow (Meechum in House of Cards).
RECTIFY’s Kate Powers — a writers’ assistant-turned-writer who was nominated for a 2015 Writers’ Guild Award for her work on RECTIFY — let us in on her drafting process, her soft spot for Teddy and her favorite line from Season 1.
In honor of RECTIFY’s powerful final season, Ray McKinnon divulged what he ate after the last day on set, whose storyline fans might be satisfied with most and the object he wishes he kept from the Holden-Talbot kitchen renovation.
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.
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.
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…
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.
Ashley LeConte Campbell, who plays Thrifty Town manager Wynn Lovaas on RECTIFY, talked to SundanceTV about her favorite RECTIFY moments, her own Southern roots and how she preps for shooting her scenes.
Ed Benitez, Senior Designer at SundanceTV, talked to us about his role in the creation of the RECTIFY opening title sequence, the details that inspired it, and why Batman: The Animated Series contains his favorite all-time show opener.
Michael Muller, one of the 2 founding members of Balmorhea, the Austin-based band whose song “Bowsprit” complements the RECTIFY opening title sequence, talked to us about the band’s first RECTIFY experience, meeting Abigail Spencer and the RECTIFY-Balmorhea fan crossover.
We talked to Project Return’s Executive Director Bettie Kirkland, and got input from her staff, about the jobs they offer, the assistance they provide and what type of occupation they have in mind for Daniel Holden.
RECTIFY star Sean Bridgers, who plays Trey Willis, talked to us about his favorite RECTIFY scene, his rapport with Aden Young, and his short film “The Birthday Present”–starring his daughter!
RECTIFY star Sharon Conley, who plays Sondra Person, the District Attorney on Daniel’s case, talked to us about her favorite scene blooper, her love for Law & Order and the short film she starred in, directed by her husband David Martyn Conley.