Making a Murderer to return for a second season in October

Lula Sharp
September 25, 2018

Making A Murderer is that type of documentary.

If you were one of the millions of Americans that became enraptured by the story of Steven Avery, your time is now. The groundbreaking docu-series followed the case of Steven Avery who was first wrongfully convicted of a rape before DNA evidence released him two decades later.

Emmy Award-winning filmmakers Laura Ricciardi and Moira Demos return to Wisconsin to pick up the story of the two men who, they believe, were wrongfully convicted.

In 2005, Avery was then arrested on charges of murdering Teresa Halbach, a local photographer.

We thought we'd seen the last of convicted murderer Steven Avery and his nephew accomplice, Brendan Dassey, after Avery was denied a retrial and Dassey's release from jail was blocked.

It's alleged that Dassey was a party to first-degree murder, mutilation of a corpse, and second-degree sexual assault.

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In the second part, viewers will meet Avery's new lawyer, Kathleen Zellner, and watch her quest to prove Avery was wrongly convicted during the murder trial of Teresa Halbach.

Part 2 of the Emmy-winning crime documentary will premiere on October 19, offering fans new insight into the post-conviction and exoneration efforts of convicted killer Steven Avery and his nephew Brendan Dassey, Netflix announced Tuesday.

The documentary series also followed the arrest and conviction of his nephew Brendan Dassey, who was charged after delivering a confession.

Making a Murderer Part 2 unfolds over the course of 10 new episodes, and "provides an in-depth look at the high-stakes postconviction process, exploring the emotional toll the process takes on all involved".

After he was released, Avery found himself at the center of a murder investigation that looped in his nephew Brendan Dassey who was later convicted along with his uncle and both are now behind bars serving time. "We are thrilled to be able to share this new phase of the journey with viewers".

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