Rectify’s second season to stream on Netflix in Canada, Gotham villains and more


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Rectify’s second season will make its debut on Netflix in Canada within 24 hours of its US broadcast on Sundance. (The Canadian version of Sundance, which is run by Corus, doesn’t broadcast the show here.) Season two premieres tonight in the U.S.

Rectify star Aden Young answered 20 questions by Uproxx yesterday. His first crush was on the Virgin Mary while his favourite sports team are the Toronto Maple Leafs (he was born in Toronto but moved to Australia in 1981). The site’s also got an interview with the stunning Abigail Spencer, check it out here.

— What did you think of Fargo? FX Canada will air a marathon on Canada Day. I’ve gone soft… Was relieved when Gus and Molly got their happy ending even though I totally didn’t expect them to.

— Oh god, no… Lifetime is producing The Unauthorized Saved by the Bell Story. Casting has been completed and they’ll film it in Vancouver. It hits TV screens on September 1 at 9 p.m.

— Ageless beauty Bianca Lawson will recur on Witches of East End. The Lifetime series has also managed to nab Buffy star James Marsters for a guest stint.

— We’ve got a recap of Tuesday’s Pretty Little Liars episode, Whirly Girlie.

Seth Green will replace Jason Biggs as the voice of Leonardo on Nickelodeon’s Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles. The series is wrapping its second season and has been renewed for a 20-episode fourth season, which will premiere in 2015.

— CBS has unveiled the cast of Big Brother 16. One of the contestants is Ariana Grande’s brother… I guess Solange Knowles was unavailable.

— Don’t forget to get all the scoop from Big Brother Canada season two houseguests Jon Pardy and Neda Kalantar on how they went from BB-BFFs to a real-life couple on ET Canada tonight. We’ve got a clip of their interview here.

— Fox has released a new trailer focusing on the villains of Gotham City, which includes the Penguin (Robin Lord Taylor), Fish Mooney (Jada Pinkett Smith) and Catwoman (Camren Bicondova). The Batman origins series will premiere this fall on Fox and CTV.


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