‘Making A Murderer’ Season 2: Steven Avery Innocent, Framed Again?
“Making a Murderer” Season 2 will paint Steven Avery in a more positive light. This is according to Kathleen Zellner who now represents Avery in his battle to overturn his conviction.Advertisement
Zellner posted a tweet for fans of the hit crime-documentary. In her message, she said that the best is yet to come.
According to People, the new Netflix episodes will show all of the new evidence the legal team has prepared. Zellner believes this will show that Steven Avery is innocent and was framed for a second time.
On Monday, popular web-streaming service Netflix announced “Making a Murderer” Season 2. The exact number of episodes is still unconfirmed however.
The Emmy-nominated show centers on the 2005 murder of photographer Teresa Halbach as well as the controversial convictions of Steven Avery and his nephew Brendan Dassey.
The series documents their fight to prove themselves innocent and provides an inside look at the criminal justice system in America. The series has gained a huge following and has spawned a few organizations demanding the release of Avery and his nephew.
After the show was released, Avery wrote a letter to his supporters from inside the prison. In it, he states that he wants every possible test done because he is innocent.
After the announcement of a second season, Brendan Dassey’s lawyer, Laura N. Nirider also revealed that her client is hopeful that he will get a second trial. She said that what gives him hope is the letters sent to him by supporters around the world.
Nirider also added that the whole world saw his plight in season one. They are also grateful that there will continued focus on his case.
“Making a Murderer” Season 2 will take audiences back inside the story of convicted murderer Steven Avery and his co-defendant Brendan Dassey.
Follow them as they and their legal teams fight to overturn their convictions and the battle the state that fights to uphold its ruling.