'Making a Murderer'

New ‘Making a Murderer’ Episodes Confirmed to Premiere in 2017
New ‘Making a Murderer’ Episodes Confirmed to Premiere in 2017
We’re still not sure what to expect from Season 2 of Netflix’s true-crime breakout Making a Murderer; whether new episodes could arrive in installments, or if the case takes significant serves between now and then. Nonetheless, Netflix now confirms we’ll be seeing more updates on the Steven Avery case with fresh episodes this year.
‘Making a Murderer’ Already Editing Season 2 Episodes
‘Making a Murderer’ Already Editing Season 2 Episodes
The ten-year development of Netflix’s Making a Murderer left it all-but-impossible to envision what format a second season would take, especially as new headlines from the case continually alter the narrative. Netflix’s immediate plan is as open a mystery as the Teresa Halbach case itself, but it seems filmmakers Moira Demos and Laura Ricciardi are already editing together new episodes.
Wisconsin Appeals ‘Making a Murderer’ Subject’s Overturned Conviction
Wisconsin Appeals ‘Making a Murderer’ Subject’s Overturned Conviction
The narrative of Netflix’s Making a Murderer got a major shot in the arm when Steven Avery’s cousin and alleged accomplice Brendan Dassey had his conviction overturned, making it possible he’d walk free. Right on schedule, however, the state of Wisconsin has appealed the decision, potentially keeping Dassey behind bars longer.
Steven Avery Lawyer Says ‘Making a Murderer’ Conviction to Be Overturned As Well
Steven Avery Lawyer Says ‘Making a Murderer’ Conviction to Be Overturned As Well
Last we’d heard of Making a Murderer subject Steven Avery, the twice-convicted Wisconsin native seemed to grow uncharacteristically bitter with his former lawyers, even as new attorney Kathleen Zellner prepared his next appeal. All involved were taken aback last week when Avery’s “accomplice” Brendan Dassey had his conviction overturned, but what do Zellner and Avery believe it means for him?
‘Making a Murderer’ Directors, Lawyers Respond to Brendan Dassey Overturn
‘Making a Murderer’ Directors, Lawyers Respond to Brendan Dassey Overturn
Friday dropped a bombshell on anyone familiar with the subjects of Netflix’s Making a Murderer, namely that Steven Avery’s “accomplice” and nephew Brendan Dassey had his conviction overturned, and could well walk free. Now, filmmakers Laura Ricciardi and Moira Demos respond to the shocking news, as well do former Avery lawyers Jerry Buting and Dean Strang.
Federal Judge Orders ‘Making a Murderer’ Subject Released From Prison
Federal Judge Orders ‘Making a Murderer’ Subject Released From Prison
Netflix has already announced a second season of Making a Murderer, their surprise hit true-crime series that captured the nation’s imagination last winter. The streaming service confirmed last month that filmmakers Laura Ricciardi and Moira Demos were already at work on a second batch of episodes “centering on new developments in the [Steven] Avery and [Brendan] Dassey cases. If that’s true, their show just got a huge real-life plot twist.
‘Making a Murderer’ Season 2 Officially in Production, Netflix Confirms
‘Making a Murderer’ Season 2 Officially in Production, Netflix Confirms
Initial outrage around the Steven Avery case chronicled in Netflix’s Making a Murderer appeared to have cooled (it was about 700 outrages ago), but it seems the story will indeed continue. Netflix has confirmed filmmakers Laura Ricciardi and Moira Demos have begun production of a second season, centering on new developments in the Avery and Dassey cases.
That Weird Cell Phone App Says Netflix ‘Fuller House’ Ratings on Par With ‘Walking Dead’
That Weird Cell Phone App Says Netflix ‘Fuller House’ Ratings on Par With ‘Walking Dead’
In spite of their monstrous and ever-increasing success, Netflix has yet to publicly reveal any real viewing data, something San Francisco-based Symphony sought to rectify with a strange cell phone app analyzing viewership data by audio. Netflix flatly denied the accuracy of said “ratings,” but may not want to, if word of Fuller House having upwards of 10 million viewers proves true.

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