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AMC To Marathon Sundance Channel’s Rectify On July 14!

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Sundance Channel’s Rectify is one the year’s best new TV series, but a lot of people may have missed it because of its niche location. To rectify (sorry) that situation, AMC will running the show’s six-episode first season in a marathon on Sunday, July 14th, beginning at 9/8C am.

For series and episode descriptions, follow the jump.

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Sundance Channel’s One-Night-Only Rectify Screening Benefits Osborne Association!

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On April 16th, Sundance Channel is holding a one-night-only theatrical screening of the first two episodes of its scripted drama series, Rectify, to benefit the Osborne Association – known for its re-entry and alternative to incarceration programs – in its efforts to ‘create opportunities for people affected by the criminal justice system to further develop their strengths and lead lives of responsibility and contribution.’ It’s a natural fit as Rectify is about exactly that kind of situation.

Attendance for the screenings – in fourteen cities – is free, but donations will be accepted. Seating will be first come, first served. For the press release – including a complete list of cities and venues – follow the jump.

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Hot Trailer: Sundance Channel’s First Scripted Series: Rectify!

Series description: After 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. Now he has to return to a world he no longer knows and his re-entry into the outside world may be as unforgiving as prison. Daniel is haunted by the past, dogged by the present, and uncertain of the future. As he struggles to adapt to his new life, his homecoming reignites the fears of a small town and threatens to shatter his family’s fragile peace. Daniel’s alleged crime divided a community. Will his freedom tear it in half?