SBS ONE, 9.35pm
If there’s anything that’s going to pique viewers’ interest, it’s the fact this series is from the producers of Breaking Bad. But even if you didn’t know that enticing little titbit, this is so beautifully shot, emotionally compelling and utterly intriguing that it’s a must- see. Rather than setting a thrilling fast pace, Rectify carefully treads, revealing much in its quiet moments. Little- known Aussie actor Aden Young ( pictured) is entrancing as Daniel, a man who has spent 19 years on death row, but is suddenly released from prison thanks to new DNA evidence, returning to his family and the watchful eyes of his small town. There are six episodes, each detailing one day of his life after time behind bars. fodder in movies ( think I Love You, Man, The Hangover, Wayne’s World ), while on TV we have had Alan and Denny’s tough love in Boston Legal and Troy and Abed’s close bond in Community. Less successfully in Partners, we have best friends and partners in a new architectural firm, Louis ( Michael Urie) and Joe ( David Krumholtz). Sticking to the stereotype that opposites attract, Joe is organised and business- like while Louis has a knack for screwing things up. Tonight, the pair eagerly wait to find out if they have been nominated for a prestigious “Archie” award.