"The best new show of 2013"The Daily Beast
Rectify
A SUNDANCETV ORIGINAL SERIES
directed by Ray McKinnon (Sons of Anarchy), starring Aden Young (Killer Elite), Abigail Spencer, and more...
SEASON 2 PREMIERES THURSDAY, JUNE 19 9PM
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About Rectify
After spending 19 years on Death Row for the rape and murder of his teenage girlfriend, Daniel Holden is going home. His conviction has been vacated due to new DNA evidence, thrusting him back into a world he no longer knows. Having spent his adult life waiting to die, Daniel must now learn how to live again. But, his reentry into the outside world may be as unforgiving as prison.



cast & characters

Aden Young as Daniel Holden

Daniel Holden played by Aden Young in the SUNDANCE CHANNEL original series RECTIFY.

Convicted of the brutal rape and murder of a teenage girl when he was just 18, Daniel Holden has spent the last two decades on death row. Now, due to new DNA evidence, Daniel is being released on a technicality.

Adelaide Clemens as Tawney Talbot

Tawney Talbot played by Adelaide Clemens in the SUNDANCE CHANNEL original series RECTIFY.

The wife of Ted Jr., Tawney is young and naive to the ways of the world, relying on her faith to carry her through. A devout Christian, she is very loving and overlooks many of her husband’s flaws. 

Clayne Crawford as Ted Talbot Jr.

Ted Talbot Jr. played by Clayne Crawford in the SUNDANCE CHANNEL original series RECTIFY.

Instead of warmly welcoming Daniel home, Ted Jr. feels this turn of events leaves him with everything to lose. Insecure and manipulative, Ted Jr. will go to great lengths to hold on to his livelihood – even if Daniel’s freedom is at stake.

Abigail Spencer as Amantha Holden

Amantha Holden played by Abigail Spencer in the SUNDANCE CHANNEL original series RECTIFY.

Since she was 12, Daniel's death sentence has dominated Amantha's life. She made it her mission to absolve him of a murder she is certain he didn't commit.


Press & Reviews

“An absolute must-see”

USA Today | More

“10 out of 10”

TV Guide | More

“The best show of 2013”

The Daily Beast | More