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  • 'Rectify' Unspools Secrets In Riveting Season Finale (SPOILERS)

    LOS ANGELES (Variety.com) - Aden Young didn't garner an Emmy nomination for "Rectify," but after Thursday's second-season finale, is it too late to put knighthood on the table? The SundanceTV series has already been renewed for a third season, and thank the Lord for that, given the untidy nature of how the latest cliffhanger wrapped up. But after its fleeting six-episode introduction, the second has made clear that series creator Ray McKinnon's tightly constructed drama was no fluke, but rather deserving of a seat alongside TV's best.
  • 'Rectify' Renewed for Season 3 by SundanceTV

    LOS ANGELES (Variety.com) - SundanceTV has renewed "Rectify" for season three, the cabler announced Tuesday. The third season will debut in 2015. An official episode order has yet to be announced, but season one spanned six episodes, while the currently-...

    SundanceTV renews 'Rectify' for third season

    SundanceTV's critically acclaimed series "Rectify" will be back for a third season. The channel announced the show's renewal on Tuesday, just a few days before its second season finale airs. "Rectify" stars Aden Young as a man who was on death row for...

    SundanceTV Revs Development with Projects from Alan Cumming, Todd Field, Patrick Dempsey

    SundanceTV is embracing television's auteur moment with an ambitious development slate that aims to capitalize on the new flexibility offered by limited-run series. The cabler is building on the foundation of its first two original series, "Rectify"...

    TV Review: 'Rectify,' Season Two

    The little series that could, "Rectify" is such a wispy construct, where events unfold so languidly, it's a puzzle why the hours fly by and prove consistently compelling. Much of it has to do with the casting -- which is dead-on from top to bottom, and...