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.
Daniel’s time in Paulie is running out as he prepares for his banishment, and Sheriff Daggett’s investigation around George’s death is coming to a head.
Daniel buys more paint at the pool supply store and hurries back to remove the paint he spilled in the pool the night before.
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.
This week, reviewers marvel at RECTIFY’s series-long winning streak and last week’s episode’s remarkable ability to top the one before, while critics like Todd VanDerWerff of Vox make a case to place the “gorgeous, ruminative” series as the top of the TV drama heap.
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.
Marcy visits Sen. Foulkes at the hospital, where he’s recovering from the stroke and barely able to speak. She makes an effort to help him, and he holds her hand. But she gently removes it and leaves.
The A.V. Club highlights RECTIFY‘s unexpectedly effective black comedy while Entertainment Weekly and others demand awards recognition for the “powerful drama.”
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?