One of many earliest Netflix exhibits to grow to be a full-blown phenomenon, true-crime documentary collection Making a Assassin left most of its viewers determined to study extra about Steven Avery and Brendan Dassey – the principle topics of the collection, who many consider had been wrongly-convicted of the 2005 homicide of Teresa Halbach.
Properly, there’s excellent news for true crime aficionados and purveyors of justice – Netflix has introduced that its highly-anticipated 10-part follow-up, which is solely titled ‘Making a Homicide Half 2’, will arrive on the service on October 19, 2018.
Presumably, Half 2 will observe the assorted appeals and setbacks the pair have skilled since their convictions – if the primary collection left you offended, then, it is best to most likely put together your self for extra of the identical.
Injustice for all
The primary collection, which was filmed over the course of 10 years and adopted the separate trials of each Avery and Dassey, left many viewers outraged by the seemingly corrupt actions of the Manitowoc County’s native legislation enforcement, and the truth that each males had been convicted primarily based on very skinny proof that various drastically between the 2 trials.
Avery, who’d beforehand spent 18 years in jail for the tried homicide of one other lady within the 1980s – solely to be absolutely exonerated via DNA testing – has maintained his innocence relating to Halbach’s 2005 homicide, main many to consider that he was framed by the county, probably in an effort to to save lots of face and keep away from paying an enormous settlement for his wrongful conviction.
Avery’s younger nephew Dassey, who we noticed being coerced into confessing to the crime by his personal court-appointed lawyer within the first collection, additionally maintains his innocence. You may take a look at Netflix’s Twitter announcement and transient teaser trailer beneath.
.@MakingAMurderer Half 2 premieres October 19 pic.twitter.com/dL1Ob8eD5ESeptember 25, 2018