While live-tweeting RECTIFY 303, Abigail Spencer (@AbigailSpencer) shared insider details around shooting RECTIFY. These are the 5 things we learned this week!
Small-town life is laid bare in RECTIFY. What began as a drama about one man’s wrongful conviction has unfurled into a compelling portrait of a close-knit community whose peace is shattered by the past. Likewise, here are 10 dramatic movies, from “Napoleon Dynamite” tp “Blue Velvet,” that scratch at the surface of daily life in tiny towns, revealing the stark contrast between a community’s image and its reality.
At the police station, Daniel’s probation officer outlines the terms of his probation and hands him a urine cup for his first drug screening. In the hallway, Carl informs Daniel that George is dead and asks to speak with him in private.
So how long would you stay? RECTIFY fans took a seven-question quiz to find out. See the full results.
In the world of RECTIFY, characters become more complex with each season. And with Daniel’s forthcoming exile from Georgia, the Holden-Talbot family is dealing with the emotional aftermath in Season 3. So which character are you this season? RECTIFY fans took a seven-question quiz to find out.
The fans asked and Abigail Spencer answered…
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.
Have you noticed anything different about the “Rectify” opening? Sure, Balmorhea’s music remains the same, but each season, who shows up in the images changes a little bit. Season 2 added an unmasked Trey to the sequence of images. Season 3 threw in DA Sondra Person and Melvin! What other changes can you spot?
Reviewers across the board are going crazy for RECTIFY‘s “brilliant”, “one of a kind” third season, while top critics at The Wall Street Journal, The A.V. Club and elsewhere bring up “best show on TV” talk more and more often.
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.
Abigail Spencer had some enlightening behind-the-scenes tidbits about shooting RECTIFY Season 3 when she live-tweeted the premiere. These are the 5 things we learned!
RECTIFY star Kim Wall, who plays Marcy from Murphy’s Diner, talked to us about the difference between herself and Marcy, her favorite moments from RECTIFY and her experience waiting tables in NYC.
Amantha wakes up late, hungover after the bottle of wine she consumed the night before waiting for Daniel, and frantically dresses for work. She leaves Daniel alone in her apartment.
This month’s featured shorts include films from Ray McKinnon, Aden Young, Abigal Spencer, Sean Bridgers and Johnny Ray Gill.
Test your knowledge of shows like Better Call Saul, True Detective and RECTIFY.
Shortly after deciding to press charges against Daniel, Teddy learns from Carl that the judge already signed off on Daniel’s plea deal and that Daniel must leave Georgia within 30 days.
Now available for your viewing pleasure, check out the short film Song for Someone, featuring the eponymous song by U2 off their current album Songs of Innocence (Interscope).
On Eve Of Season 3 Premiere, SundanceTV Renews Critically Acclaimed, Peabody Award-Winning “Rectify” For Fourth Season
On the eve of its season three premiere, SundanceTV announced today that the critically acclaimed and Peabody Award-winning series RECTIFY has been renewed for a fourth season.
Top TV critics from TIME’s James Poniewozik to Grantland’s Andy Greenwald are singing the praises of RECTIFY’s “bold,” “excellent” third season, which premieres tomorrow, July 9 at 10/9c.
RECTIFY is a haunting drama about a man released after 19 years on death row and his family’s struggle to accept the return of a son they’d already begun to mourn.
Over the past year, riveting crime stories – real and fictional – have captivated audiences and raised the bar on storytelling, with two in particular receiving Peabody Awards for the caliber of their content.
SundanceTV announced today that the network will host the exclusive world premiere of the short film Song for Someone, featuring the eponymous song by U2 off their current album Songs of Innocence (Interscope). The film will air immediately following the season three, one-hour premiere of RECTIFY, which begins on Thursday, July 9 at 10:00PM ET/PT.
Check out what production designer Dave Blass, writer Kate Powers, and actors Johnny Ray Gill, Kim Wall, J.D. Evermore and Jayson Warner Smith had to say.
In honor of the upcoming season of RECTIFY, we’re spotlighting siblings in movies and T.V. From brothers and sisters who make our hearts melt (like Gilbert and Arnie in What’s Eating Gilbert Grape?) to relatives who strengthen their kinship by fighting crime (The Boondock Saints), here are ten of the greatest.