Daniel wakes up from an induced coma after being brutally beaten by Bobby Dean and his friends.
From start to finish, THE RED ROAD‘s action-packed second season kept us on the edge of our seats, but which episode was your favorite? Read the recaps then vote in the poll below.
In the aftermath of the shootout with the Albanians, Harold is hailed as a hero and promoted while Phillip is sent back to prison for violating parole.
A year later, tensions between the tribal community and neighboring townspeople are at a high as both groups wait for the government to officially recognize the tribe and bar public access to the mountains where they live. Mac has taken Phillip’s place as the mentor figure in Junior’s life.
Need more incentive not to stray from THE RED ROAD (as if the previous 6 ways were not enough)? How about in-depth interviews with the series’ all star cast?
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THE RED ROAD Season 2 was action-packed, filled with twists and turns that kept us on the edge of our seats the entire time. Not ready for the journey to be over? Well, you’re in luck! You can re-watch the entire season online now, then check out these digital goodies that’ll take you behind-the-scenes and deeper into the story:
Harold and Phillip catch up with Junior, who tells them Levi is not far behind with his murderous tribal police.
Counting down the days to the explosive Season Finale of THE RED ROAD on Thu., May 7 at 10/9c? Here are a few things you can do to help you pass the time…
Jean flushes her pills and experiences a vision of her next-door neighbor delivering her a box for her father which contains the paint-soaked bird’s nest that recurs in her hallucinations.
New Zealand-born RED ROAD star Martin Henderson talks about getting comfortable in his role as a cop, preparing for his action-packed sequences and embracing his stunt double.
Hey, Red Roadies! In January, Jason Momoa (Phillip Kopus) and Julianne Nicholson (Jean Jensen) helmed a SundanceTV panel at the Sundance Film Festival 2015. Lucky attendees also picked up SundanceTV’s THE RED ROAD tote bag featuring the artwork above. Want to get your hands on one of your own?
Rachel and Junior encounter some surveyors assessing land for what they say is a casino planned by the tribe’s chief. Junior remains hostile and threatens the men at gunpoint, chasing them out of the area.
As THE RED ROAD returns for a second season, Entertainment Weekly and others are applauding the “mysterious”, “hard-hitting” first few episodes.
Now that he’s been cast as Aquaman, the world can’t seem to get enough of Jason Momoa. But as fans of THE RED ROAD know, the actor’s had a rich and varied career ranging from Khal Drogo on Game of Thrones, to Ronon Dex in Stargate: Atlantis, to Wolf in his own film Road to Paloma. Can’t get enough Momoa? We’ve got you covered:
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Allie Gonino, who plays high schooler Rachel Jensen in SundanceTV’s THE RED ROAD, talks about her own rebellious teenage years, being an activist, and jamming with co-star Kiowa Gordon.
Police top brass interview Harold on the bloody shoot-out with the Albanians, while other cops try to beat a confession out of Phillip.
Hey Red Roadies! We know you can’t wait for THE RED ROAD’s return on Thu., Apr. 2 10/9c on SundanceTV, so we’ve put together this handy guide to help you prep for the Season 2 premiere.
Native American myths are full of animal stories. That, along with the belief that everything is connected, creates special relationships between humans, animals and the planet. Find out if you’re connected to a lion, a snake, or a cat. Take the quiz!
SundanceTV announced today that the second season, 6 x 60, of its original scripted series THE RED ROAD will kick off Thursday, April 2, at 10PM ET/PT.
As anticipation builds for the second season of THE RED ROAD, critics speculate about the characters’ future while Jason Momoa drops a few hints.
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.
RECTIFY’s Season 2 costume designer Carol Cutshall discusses the influence of Atlanta’s fashion scene, the importance of thrift stores and the all-around awesomeness of dressing Lezley with a Z.