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10. "Rectify" (Sundance)
"Rectify" downshifted from 10 episodes to only 6 for its third season, but as usual, nothing felt rushed for one of TV's quietest, most thoughtful, and just plain beautiful dramas. As Daniel Holden prepared to leave his hometown forever as part of a plea bargain, the series continued to find the small and powerful details in the lives of the people around him, and even managed to move the overall plot forward a lot despite the leisurely pace. An unconventional show, and a great one.