‘Making a Murderer': Season 2 of Netflix’s True-Crime Series to Premiere Next Month

johnstede

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Season 2 to premiere 19 October.

The highly-anticipated second season of its true-crime doc “Making a Murderer” will premiere Oct. 19, Netflix announced Tuesday.

Per Netflix, the second season will see filmmakers Laura Ricciardi and Moira Demos return to Wisconsin and follow the post-conviction process for Steve Avery and his co-defendant and nephew, Brendan Dassey. Earlier this month, Avery was denied a new trial for the second time by Sheboygan County Circuit Court judge Angela Sutkiewicz.

“Part 2” will introduce Kathleen Zellner, Avery’s hard-charging post-conviction lawyer, in her fight to prove that Avery was wrongly convicted and to win his freedom. Ricciardi and Demos follow Zellner, who has righted more wrongful convictions than any private attorney in America, as she works the case and uncovers unexpected evidence about what may have happened to Teresa Halbach and about how and why the jury convicted Steven of her murder.
 

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:thumbsup:

Definitely scheduled for a front row seat.

V interesting criminal case....if any of you are interested in true crime/forensics/legal/policing and not nonsense drama series like NCIS.
 

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Interesting that this is being continued.
After watching S01 I read up a bit on the case and the progress of everything, and there didn't some to be *that much* more information.

I'm a bit scared that they're going to take very little information and sensationalise it to be able to squeeze out 10 eps :/
 

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If you kept on reading the news after watching the first season, then the second season will be a waste of time to watch. But otherwise, its worth to watch it. We watched the second season over the weekend and did find it interesting regarding Steven's new lawyer and what she has been doing to get a new trial for him. Both Brendan and Steven's cases are discussed in this season.
 

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If you kept on reading the news after watching the first season, then the second season will be a waste of time to watch. But otherwise, its worth to watch it. We watched the second season over the weekend and did find it interesting regarding Steven's new lawyer and what she has been doing to get a new trial for him. Both Brendan and Steven's cases are discussed in this season.
Do they all die in the end?

Will definitely give season two a watch. Didn't follow any news after season one so will all be fresh for me :)
 

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Was watching this last night, pretty interesting stuff....

I mean, if these 2 didn't commit the murder then who did???:unsure:
 

stede

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Yes it is.

SPOILER ALERT!!!

There is two theories who could have done this.

1. Scott Tadych and Bobby Dassey, regarding their timeline who was where and who did what. They killed her panicked and got the Manitowoc County police to assist them. They were so bitter because of the lawsuit and wanted to nail him at whatever cost. By getting Brendan Dassey to give a false confession. This was there trump card by nailing Steven Avery.

2. Ken Kratz, the prosecutor for the state. He arranged everything, the witnesses and the evidence found at the scene. And of course the Manitowoc County police being involved as well.

This whole thing is very confusing. Some people say his guilty and some say his not guilty of this murder.
But why get out of jail serving 18 years for something he did not do, got $400,000 from the civil lawsuit. Then do this. It does not make any sense. If Steven Avery has done this, then his f@%$d in his head.
 

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Part 2 is incredible, highly recommend watching! Don't want to spoil for anyone, just watch it
 
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