Netflix announced the “Making A Murderer” Part 2 premiere date and fans of the true-life crime series now know when we will see the latest updates on the cases of Steven Avery and his nephew Brendan Dassey. The first season of the series was a blockbuster hit for Netflix, and now the eager crowd will be treated to 10 new episodes on Oct. 19.
“Steven and Brendan, their families and their legal and investigative teams have once again graciously granted us access, giving us a window into the complex web of American criminal justice,” creators Laura Ricciardi and Moira Demos said in a statement, via Entertainment Weekly.
“Building on Part 1, which documented the experience of the accused, in Part 2, we have chronicled the experience of the convicted and imprisoned, two men each serving life sentences for crimes they maintain they did not commit. We are thrilled to be able to share this new phase of the journey with viewers.”
In the meantime, you can catch up with what happened in Part 1 by checking it out on Netflix.
How can you tune in to Part 2 of “Making A Murderer”? Here is all of the information you need to catch the show when it returns to Netflix.
‘Making A Murderer’ Part 2 Netflix Viewing Details:
Date: Friday, October 19, 2018
Time: 3:00 AM EST
— Netflix (@netflix) September 25, 2018
Synopsis: Making a Murderer is an American documentary television series that premiered on Netflix on December 18, 2015. The ten-episode first season, written and directed by Laura Ricciardi and Moira Demos, explores the story of Steven Avery, a man from Manitowoc County, Wisconsin, who served 18 years in prison for the wrongful conviction of sexual assault and attempted murder of Penny Beerntsen, before being fully exonerated in 2003 by DNA evidence. He filed a suit against the county on this case. In 2005, Avery was arrested on charges of murdering Teresa Halbach, a local photographer, and was convicted in 2007. The series also covers the arrest, prosecution, and conviction of Avery’s nephew, Brendan Dassey, who was also charged in the murder, largely based on his confession under interrogation. (source)