Rectify: Season 3

Rectify: Season 3

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When new DNA evidence ends Daniel Holden's 19 years on Death Row, his newfound freedom has him returning to a world he's no longer familiar with in this television drama.

2015USA
Drama

Rectify: Season 3 | Reviews

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Slant Magazine

Slant Magazine

More times than not, this loving obsession with the details of lower-middle-income life makes up for the show's competent but overly plain production design and cinematography. Even more so, the show's symbology is often breathtakingly simple yet resonant.

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Salon

Salon

The characters all still feel recognizable and lived-in, but it is true that especially in its second season and going into the third, Rectify is slow.

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IndieWire

IndieWire

The boldest new injection comes via flashback, a consistently and effectively utilized path into Daniel's headspace.

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Time Magazine

Time Magazine

In a way, the show is both complement and antithesis to the true-crime phenomena The Jinx and Serial; rather than attempt closure and a solution, it cares far more about how people live with the unknown.

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Vulture

Vulture

Rectify is such a quiet, patient series that it takes awhile to realize how radical its storytelling is. Near the end of season two it seemed to rethink itself, and the first couple of episodes of season three suggest that the show is about to reinvent itself and shift its focus while trying to hold on to the qualities that made it so special--and frankly, peculiar.

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Variety

Variety

Rectify has established itself as a trip worth taking, and for a discriminating few, at least, the protagonist’s slow road to redemption remains an utterly absorbing one.

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