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A Follow-Up Series To ‘Making A Murderer’ Is In The Works

It will tell a different side of the Steven Avery story

If Making A Murderer had you glued to your screen for hours, obsessively following Reddit threads or just crushing on lawyers Dean Strang and Jerry Buting, here’s an important update.

The story of Steven Avery, who was convicted on the murder of Wisconsin woman Teresa Halbach, will return to TV again.

A spin-off series, titled Convicting A Murderer, will examine the Avery case from the perspective of the prosecution. The series includes interviews with District Attorney Ken Kratz, Lead Investigator Tom Fassbender and other main players, Slash Film reports.

The original Making A Murderer creators will not be involved in the new series. Instead, Convicting A Murderer will have crime filmmaker Shawn Rech and lawyer Andrew Hale at the helm. The series is also looking for a distributor.

“We fight for the truth,” Rech said about the new series. “We’ll present all of the evidence in the Avery case from the perspective of both the prosecution and the defense and see if viewers feel the same way they did two years ago following the first season of Making A Murderer.”

Meanwhile, more episodes of Making A Murderer are in the works at Netflix too.

Looks like we won’t be leaving the couch for the foreseeable future.

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