Why ‘Making A Murderer’ Could Return For Season 2
Unless you’ve been living under a rock, you’ll have heard of Making A Murderer.
It’s a Netflix-exclusive 10-part documentary that follows the life of Steven Avery, a man from Wisconsin who was wrongly convicted of raping a local woman.
He spent 18 years in prison as an innocent man until he was released following DNA breakthrough.
However - the story becomes MUCH more complex following that, but I won’t divulge anymore, incase you’re one of the 12 people in Australia who haven’t watched it yet.
The universal question after the release of the first series was, “when is number two coming?” The answer?
We’re not sure.
The original season was filmed over a 10-year period, by Laura Ricciardi and Moira Demos, who worked tirelessly to paint a picture of their possible, as many would say probable, innocence.
Here’s what sources believe could be involved in Making of a Murderer two.
A decade of deleted scenes, which could be used to re-examine things we’ve seen in cases so far in further detail, or open up new avenues for discussion.
Covering breaking developments, which could come out as a result of the release of the series. They’re more high profile than ever, which means the case is certain to be looked at more closely than ever.
A closer look at the victim. Looking more closely into Teresa Halbach and her life, including her disappearance and death could be an appropriate focus for a second season.
Of course, filming has already begun for a news special, Front Page: The Steven Avery Story, it is said to be airing at the end of the month!