Production has started on what will be the final season of an episodic hour-long cable drama series. Announcing the start of production Monday in Georgia on season four of “Rectify,” Sundance TV confirmed that it will be the show’s final season.
The eight-episode season will air in fall of this year. The series was created and written by Oscar winner Ray McKinnon (“The Accountant”) and is executive produced by McKinnon, Mark Johnson and Melissa Bernstein, award-winning producers behind “Breaking Bad,” “Better Call Saul” and “Halt and Catch Fire,” and Marshall Persinger (“Army Wives”).
New cast members taking on recurring roles in season four will include Nathan Darrow and Scott Lawrence.
Joel Stillerman, president of original programming and development for AMC and SundanceTV, commented in the announcement: “‘Rectify’ put SundanceTV on the map as a destination for smart, provocative and completely original storytelling when it launched in 2013. Lauded by critics from the start, ‘Rectify’ is a unique and beautiful piece of television artistry, and we are certain that the final chapter of Daniel’s story will cement this show’s place in television history.”