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10 Ways to Prep for the “THE RED ROAD” Finale

10 Ways to Prep for the “THE RED ROAD” Finale

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…

“THE RED ROAD” Recap: Episode 205 (The Hatching)

“THE RED ROAD” Recap: Episode 205 (The Hatching)

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.

6 Questions with “THE RED ROAD” Star Martin Henderson

6 Questions with “THE RED ROAD” Star Martin Henderson

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.

Your Chance to Win a “THE RED ROAD” Tote From Sundance Film Festival 2015

Your Chance to Win a “THE RED ROAD” Tote From Sundance Film Festival 2015

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?

“THE RED ROAD” Recap: Episode 204 (A Cure)

“THE RED ROAD” Recap: Episode 204 (A Cure)

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.

“EW,” “Hollywood Reporter” Welcome “THE RED ROAD” Back for Season 2

“EW,” “Hollywood Reporter” Welcome “THE RED ROAD” Back for Season 2

As THE RED ROAD returns for a second season, Entertainment Weekly and others are applauding the “mysterious”, “hard-hitting” first few episodes.

All Things Jason Momoa

All Things Jason Momoa

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:

What’s Your Spirit Animal? Chances Are Good That You’re Not a Bear

What’s Your Spirit Animal? Chances Are Good That You’re Not a Bear

Wonder what animals The Red Road fans most identify with. Here’s a fast way to find out!

6 Questions with “THE RED ROAD” Star Allie Gonino

6 Questions with “THE RED ROAD” Star Allie Gonino

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.

“THE RED ROAD” Recap: Episode 201 (Gifts)

“THE RED ROAD” Recap: Episode 201 (Gifts)

Police top brass interview Harold on the bloody shoot-out with the Albanians, while other cops try to beat a confession out of Phillip.

7 Ways to Prepare for “THE RED ROAD” Season 2 Premiere

7 Ways to Prepare for “THE RED ROAD” Season 2 Premiere

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.

What’s Your Spirit Animal?

What’s Your Spirit Animal?

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!

“THE RED ROAD” Returns for a Second Season on Apr. 2

“THE RED ROAD” Returns for a Second Season on Apr. 2

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.

Critics, Cast Look Forward to “THE RED ROAD” Season 2

Critics, Cast Look Forward to “THE RED ROAD” Season 2

As anticipation builds for the second season of THE RED ROAD, critics speculate about the characters’ future while Jason Momoa drops a few hints.

“RECTIFY” Makes Best of 2014 Lists, Earns Award Nomination

“RECTIFY” Makes Best of 2014 Lists, Earns Award Nomination

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.

6 Questions with “RECTIFY” Creator Ray McKinnon

6 Questions with “RECTIFY” Creator Ray McKinnon

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” Honored With Writers Guild Nomination

“RECTIFY” Honored With Writers Guild Nomination

RECTIFY writer Kate Powers and series creator Ray McKinnon nabbed a nomination in the Episodic Drama category.

6 Questions with “RECTIFY” Season 2 Costume Designer Carol Cutshall

6 Questions with “RECTIFY” Season 2 Costume Designer Carol Cutshall

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.

6 Questions with Screenwriter and “DREAM SCHOOL” Teacher Cliff Dorfman

6 Questions with Screenwriter and “DREAM SCHOOL” Teacher Cliff Dorfman

Screenwriter Cliff Dorfman (Warrior, Entourage) returns in the premiere for season two of DREAM SCHOOL as the NYC students’ English teacher. Dorfman talked to us about what made him come back, his own bad school behavior, and which celebrity he’d want as his own mentor.

Production Begins on “THE RED ROAD” Season 2

Production Begins on “THE RED ROAD” Season 2

SundanceTV announced today the start of production for season two of its gripping, original scripted series THE RED ROAD. Production will begin in Atlanta on September 22, and it will air mid-2015.

New casting includes acclaimed Native American actor Wes Studi (Road to Paloma, Hell on Wheels) who plays tribal chief Levi. Returning cast includes Jason Momoa (Game of Thrones, Road to Paloma), Martin Henderson (Devil’s Knot, The Ring, Smokin’ Aces), Julianne Nicholson (Masters of Sex, August: Osage County, Black Mass), Tamara Tunie (Law and Order: Special Victim’s Unit, The Good Wife), Lisa Bonet (High Fidelity, The Cosby Show), Allie Gonino (The Lying Game, Hidden Away), Kiowa Gordon (The Twilight Saga, Wind Walkers) and Golden Globe® nominee Tom Sizemore (Saving Private Ryan, Black Hawk Down, Pearl Harbor, Heat).

Notable Quotes from the “RECTIFY” Supporting Cast

Notable Quotes from the “RECTIFY” Supporting Cast

The supporting cast of RECTIFY is full of standout character actors. Below is a sampling of what they had to say about everything from shooting sex scenes to tapping into your inner psycho. Check out these choice quotes, and click on the actor’s name to read the full Q&A.

“I was studious but I was a bit of a thrill seeker. Nerds are sexy to be honest, man. You’ve got to tap into your nerd side.” – Johnny Ray Gill (Kerwin Whitman)

Notable Quotables from the “RECTIFY” Cast

Notable Quotables from the “RECTIFY” Cast

When the RECTIFY cast isn’t knocking it out of the park on set, they’re known to give some pretty great interviews. Check out some of the choice quote from the main cast, and click through to read their full interviews:

Aden Young on being recognized by fans: “You’d go to a supermarket and there would be a few people following me around, and they do have a look as if they’re expecting you to stand still for twenty minutes staring at a protein bar.”

Got a Favorite “RECTIFY” Season 2 Episode? Vote Now

Got a Favorite “RECTIFY” Season 2 Episode? Vote Now

The ten episodes in this season of RECTIFY were full of memorable and show-stopping moments. But which one was your favorite?

Jared’s Blog: “Everything Happens for a Reason” Essay

Jared’s Blog: “Everything Happens for a Reason” Essay

So, of course, for my very last essay, I have the absolute stupidest quote of all time: “Everything happens for a reason.” I mean… you have got to be kidding me. This is my last essay question? Fine. Here goes.

The “RECTIFY” Cast on Getting Into Character

The “RECTIFY” Cast on Getting Into Character

Daniel’s freedom echoes throughout Paulie creating schisms in both the community and his family. What’s it like to have a son, brother or suspected killer released from death row? How does that affect a family—and an entire town? And, as an actor, how does one prepare for such intense, unconventional role? Aden Young, Adelaide Clemens, Johnny Ray Gill, J. Smith-Cameron, Bruce McKinnon, Jake Austin Walker, Sean Bridgers and Michael O’Neil discuss the research they did (or didn’t do) and how they view their characters.