WGN America’s six-part event series The Disappearance – starring Emmy® winner Peter Coyote, Camille Sullivan and Aden Young – centers around the sudden disappearance of a 10-year-old boy that shakes a close-knit community to its core.
The Disappearance will premiere on Thursday, July 12th. The series description follows.
The story of Rectify’s Daniel Jolden (Aden Young, above) is winding down as the critically acclaimed, Peabody Award-winning series begins its fourth and final season on SundanceTV.
Daniel has begun his new life at the halfway house, The New Canaan Project, in Nashville. Separated from his family and banished from the state of Georgia, Daniel continues his struggle to manage life after prison – and he’s about to be pushed out of his comfort zone.
Rectify’s final season premieres on Wednesday, October 23rd (10/9C). Read on for more.
When the third season of SundanceTV’s critically acclaimed series Rectify premieres tomorrow night (10/9C), it does know with the certain knowledge that is has two seasons to further explore the dilemma of Daniel Holden who had escaped death row on a technicality. When the series returns, Daniel’s fate hinges on a plea deal.
SundanceTV’s critically acclaimed series Rectify returns Thursday, July 9th and the network has created a nifty Serial-inspired podcast to help its audience catch up.
Rectify: The Case Against will help newcomers get up to date so they can start in on the season three premiere, as well as give fans who haven’t re-screened the first two seasons since last summer a quick refresher.
The network describes Rectify: The Case Against as ’16 hours in 16 minutes.’ For more, follow the jump.
SundanceTV’s Rectify has been given an order for a third season to premiere in 2015.
The show, about a man freed from prison after two decades on death row, has become a critical darling and built a solid fanbase. Rectify’s second season finale airs on Thursday, August 21st. For further details, follow the jump.
Sundance Channel’s critically acclaimed drama series Rectify (we ranked it in the top four shows of 2013) has begun production on season two. Released from prison after nineteen years, Daniel Holden (Aden Young) finds himself in what, for all intents and purposes, is an alien world – where everyone, family included, is a stranger. In a place where his release divides his community, he is unsure if he should even live or die. Whether he’s guilty of innocent may not even matter.
Rectify will air in summer 2014. Follow the jump to check out the press release for more details.