'Rectify'

Sundance Channel's quiet, beautiful little gem of a show closed out a six-episode first season with a characteristically artful but also unusually eventful finale. Daniel barely made it through his first week back at home after spending years on Death Row, and ended the season badly beaten by the brother of the woman he was convicted of killing. We still don't know if Daniel is guilty (we'd bet no, at least right now), but we do know "Rectify" is like nothing else on TV, and all the better for it.<br><br>

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<i><a href="http://twitter.com/geoffberkshire">Geoff Berkshire</a>, <a href="http://www.zap2it.com">Zap2it</a></i>

( Sundance Channel )

Sundance Channel's quiet, beautiful little gem of a show closed out a six-episode first season with a characteristically artful but also unusually eventful finale. Daniel barely made it through his first week back at home after spending years on Death Row, and ended the season badly beaten by the brother of the woman he was convicted of killing. We still don't know if Daniel is guilty (we'd bet no, at least right now), but we do know "Rectify" is like nothing else on TV, and all the better for it.

-- Geoff Berkshire, Zap2it

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