Culture

'Making a Murderer' Is Getting a Second Season

Netflix’s true-crime saga continues.

By
197 Hypes

'Making a Murderer' Is Getting a Second Season

Netflix’s true-crime saga continues.

It’s official: Making a Murderer is coming back for a second season. Netflix announced that the executive producers and co-directors, Laura Ricciardi and Moira Demos, are currently creating new episodes of the true-crime documentary. The first season — which was filmed over 10 years — became an instant hit as fans binge-watched and followed the story of Steven Avery, a man who maintained his innocence against a murder conviction before ultimately being sentenced to life along with his nephew Brendan Dassey.

“The new installments will take fans of the acclaimed documentary series back inside the story of convicted murderer Steven Avery, and his co-defendant, Brendan Dassey, as their respective investigative and legal teams challenge their convictions and the State fights to have their convictions and life sentences upheld,” the streaming service said in a statement. No word on the new episodes’ release date, but we can only imagine how this real-life thriller will continue to unfold.

Read Full Article
Share this article

What to Read Next

Head Into Pink Wonderland With La MJC & Diadora's N.9000 “All Gone”
Footwear

Head Into Pink Wonderland With La MJC & Diadora's N.9000 “All Gone”

Pink suede the way into your heart.
657 Hypes

Lupita Nyong'o, Elle Fanning & Natalie Westling Land Tiffany & Co. Campaign
Fashion

Lupita Nyong'o, Elle Fanning & Natalie Westling Land Tiffany & Co. Campaign

Marking the first time that celebrities front ads for the jeweler.
1,367 Hypes

Kendall Jenner Photographed Kaia Gerber For 'LOVE Magazine'
Fashion

Kendall Jenner Photographed Kaia Gerber For 'LOVE Magazine'

Is the model about to switch careers?
1,205 Hypes

These Are Twitter's Top-Tweeted Emojis By Country
Travel

These Are Twitter's Top-Tweeted Emojis By Country

What emoji do you hail from?
987 Hypes

The Rock's YouTube Channel Is Here, With Help From Lilly Singh aka Superwoman
Culture

The Rock's YouTube Channel Is Here, With Help From Lilly Singh aka Superwoman

One 9.2 million subscriber-pro to an amateur.
623 Hypes

Where — and Who — Is Frank Ocean?
Music 

Where — and Who — Is Frank Ocean?

And when will we get ‘Boys Don’t Cry’?
19,850 Hypes

More ▾