‘Making A Murderer’ Season 2 Returns To Netflix For More Brendan Dassey, Steven Avery

By BLindon | Mar 10, 2017 12:04 PM EST
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"Making A Murderer" sequel returns to Netflix to continue the investigations of Brendan Dassey and Steven Avery. With the first season ending in a huge success, everyone is now buzzing about the legal system.

In "Making A Murderer," the cases of Steven Avery and Brendan Dassey, who were found guilty of killing Teresa Halback in 2015, will be looked into. It should be noted that Season 1 revealed that the justice system failed the convicts.

With the new season, the legal teams are expected to fight for freedom and expose the truth. Incidentally, those who got involved in the case following the unexpected Season 1 success have been appearing regularly in the media, including main prosecutor Ken Kratz, who was even  reported to have written a book about the trial.

"Making A Murderer" Season 2, meantime, is imminent since a lot has taken place from the day the show first aired. Dassey's conviction has been overturned, and reports suggest that Avery may file for a new appeal soon. Meanwhile, Kathleen Zellner is confirmed to join the investigation, after recently becoming Avery's new defense attorney, who will take the lead for his new appeal. However, there is still no official date for the new season, Lifestyle reported.

Meantime,"Making A Murderer" is believed to be enjoyed by viewers who turn to real-life documentary episodes of the series that make them question the police departments and the entire justice systems. Given its 10 one-hour episodes, the show is able to deal with emotionally shocked viewers into sympathizing and despising Steven Avery, who has a large family and a salvage yard, and later convicted of sexual assault. The documentary show talks to several court personnel, investigators and lawyers that look into the circumstances of the crime, Reading Eagle reported. Watch "Making a Murderer" | Netflix | Episode 2 here:


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