We've just barely started watching Rectify, the series on the Sundance Channel that just finished its second season. The show has to do with the return of a man, Daniel Holden, to a small town where he had grown up after twenty years on death row, from which he has been released because of newly-discovered DNA evidence. Many still believe he committed the brutal rape and murder of a young girl, and many hope that he will be convicted in a new trial. Meanwhile, the young man descends on the world of the Internet and cell phones and laptops like a Man from Mars; everything is new and strange and a little scary to him. And, as the viewers, we don't know if his own alien strangeness is a sign of his innocence, or a sign that something dark and potentially murderous lurks within him.
In short, it looks like a very very good show.
A minor character so far, but I suspect a major character in the long run, is the devout Christian wife of Holden's step-brother, played by Adelaide Clemens, whom we first saw in the very good HBO version of Parade's End with Benedict Cumberbatch. Here's a terrific scene early in the first season with her and Holden:
And, as always, here she is in her civvies: