Rectify is coming back for a third season.
Sundance has renewed the quiet and contemplative small town drama series another round. The critically acclaimed series follows a man (Aden Young) released from prison after spending nearly two decades on death row. It’s not yet clear how many epiosdes have been ordered — the first season was six episodes; the second season was 10 — though we’re hearing the order may come in on the short side.
Rectify is Sundance’s first wholly owned original series. The show is modestly rated, averaging 287,000 viewers.
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‘Rectify’ renewed for third season
Rectify Screencaps Updated
Abigail Spencer Fan Gallery > Rectify > 204 “Donald the Normal”
Abigail Spencer Fan Gallery > Rectify > 205 “Act as If”
Watch the first 12 minutes of Season 2 of Rectify
Buzzfeed has the first 12 minutes of Rectify up – watch it HERE
Abigail talks Rectify at ATX Festival 2014
Abigail Spencer: Umm, no. [laughs] I mean he wouldn’t be out if it weren’t for Amantha, but I think it is interesting, and that will shift in season two that the flashbacks in the prison really are mirroring something that Daniel is trying to work through in his own life. So Kerwin really is such a pivotal force to project him into trying to live, you know. And because he wouldn’t be out if it weren’t for Amantha. I don’t know that Daniel would have chosen that on his own.
News on Rectify screening at ATX Festival
Rectify returns June 19th
Sundance Channel‘s drama Rectify will return for its season season on Thursday, June 19 at 9 PM. The first season of the network’s first original scripted series followed one week in the life of a man (Aden Young) after his release from prison and a Death Row sentence into a world he no longer understands. Production is underway on Season 2 in Georgia on the series, created and written by Ray McKinnon and executive produced by Mark Johnson and Melissa Bernstein. Abigail Spencer, J. Smith-Cameron, Luke Kirby, Clayne Crawford and Adelaide Clemens co-star. Sundance Channel renewed the series for 10 episodes a week after the drama premiered. The network’s second scripted series, Red Road, debuted February 27.
New Scoops on Suits
PREVIOUSLY ON… | Louis discovered that Mike doesn’t have a file at Harvard; Rachel made a deal with Jessica, allowing her to stay at the firm; and Harvey told Scottie he wants her in his life.
COMING UP NEXT | What Louis didn’t find will “bore a hole in [his] crazy mind,” previews executive producer Aaron Korsh. “As Louis pursues what is going on with Mike,” his investigation will have “ramifications on many different people.” In the season opener, Rachel and Mike take a step forward in their relationship, while Harvey and Jessica deal with the fact that he didn’t get her OK before offering Scottie a job. As a result, they’ll be forced to “figure out how are they going to run this firm together” when they disagree, Korsh explains, adding that their resolution “will have an impact on what their power structure is moving forward.” For Harvey, there’s no taking back his offer of his heart to Scottie, either. For the first time in his life, the lawyer will be “navigating… what it means to be in a relationship, and he’s going to make some mistakes. And he’s going to have to learn from them,” says Korsh.
Support Abigail’s new indiegogo project, Winter Light
Abigail is involved in an awesome new project, Winter Light! You can support the project HERE
Suits Returns to USA March 6th
Suits will return on Thursday, March 6 at 9/8c and will be followed by back-to-back episodes of Sirensat 10/9c. The new comedy from Leary and Bob Fisher follows a trio of EMTs in Chicago and stars Michael Mosley, Kevin Daniels and Kevin Bigley.
Abigail is nominated for a 18th Annual International Press Academy Satellite Award
Congrats to Abigail, nominated for a 18th Annual International Press Academy Satellite Award for Rectify, which is also nominated for best drama!