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    David Lowery Directing Episode Of 'Recitfy,' Gabourey Sidibe Reunites With Lee Daniels On 'Empire' & More

    While "Ain't Them Bodies Saints" director David Lowery hasn't set his next feature effort, he is getting back behind the camera at the moment, and doing his first TV project at the same time. The filmmaker tweeted today that has in the midst of work on episode of AMC's critically acclaimed series "R...

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    AMC and Sundance Channel Unveil New Drama Series at TV Critics Panel, 'Rectify' and 'Returned' Are Back

    With two of its signature shows becoming past tense, AMC is reaching even deeper into the past to stake out its future. Meanwhile, sister network The Sundance Channel revealed a spate of original programming during the 2014 Television Critics Association press tour.

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    Abigail Spencer on 'Rectify,' Getting Discovered By Kathy Lee and Telling a Story By Way of Its Private Moments

    Abigail Spencer is no stranger to television -- since she was discovered at a taping of "Live with Regis and Kathy Lee," she's appeared on a plethora of shows, from "All My Children" to "Mad Men" (where she romanced Don Draper as Sally Draper's idealistic teacher). Her most recent small screen work,...

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    What to Buy/Rent on DVD/Blu-ray This Week: 'Stoker,' 'Rectify,' 'Quartet' and More

    VOD is all the rage right now, and for good reason (check out of June VOD list). But while it's gratifying to know that you can watch pretty much anything with the simple click of a button, there's something comforting about tearing into a DVD/Blu-ray case and popping the disc into your player. That...

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    5 Best Bets on TV This Week: Season Finales for 'Bates Motel,' 'Nashville' and 'Rectify'

    Sure, Sunday tends to be overcrowded with high-end TV, including "Mad Men," "Game of Thrones," "Veep," "The Borgias," "Family Tree," "Nurse Jackie" and more, but what to watch the rest of the time? Every Monday, we bring you five noteworthy highlights from the other six days of the week.

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    Telephilia: Has Television Become a More Relevant American Medium Than Art Film?

    Every medium stimulates and meets the sensibility of an audience as well as, impacting its orientation, political and otherwise. Television has been historically associated with distracted cultural consumption, a medium more suited to influence viewers rather than make them think.

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    Sundance Channel Renews 'Rectify' for a Second Season (TRAILER)

    Though only on its fourth episode, which airs this Sunday, the life-after-death-row drama "Rectify" has been renewed by the Sundance Channel for a second season.

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    Sundance Channel Renews 'Rectify' for a Second Season

    That didn't take long. Sundance Channel just announced a renewal for "Rectify," its first wholly owned original drama, which only premiered last week. The series, which was created by actor and filmmaker Ray McKinnon, has attracted serious praise from critics for its portrayal of Daniel Holden's (Ad...

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    Criticwire TV: 'Rectify' Enters Strong as 'Mad Men' Dazzles, 'Game of Thrones' Holds Steady

    As many predicted, "Mad Men" looked at the aftermath of the assassination of Martin Luther King, Jr. For better or worse, it limited its two black characters, Dawn and Phyllis, to a brief appearance to illustrate the disconnect they have with their privileged white employers.

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    Ray McKinnon on His New Sundance Channel Drama 'Rectify' and Why 'The New Indie Is In TV'

    Though Ray McKinnon won an Oscar for his 2001 short "The Accountant" and went to Sundance with his 2004 film "Chrystal," starring his late wife Lisa Blount and Billy Bob Thornton, he's best known for his work as an actor. He's a familiar face from features like "That Evening Sun" and the upcoming "M...

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