Making a Murderer season 2
TV channel: Netflix
Original release: 2015-12-18
About TV show Making a Murderer season 2
In July 2016, Netflix announced that it was filming a second season, to explore the aftermath of Dassey's conviction and the numerous appeals that have taken place.
Written and filmed was the 10-part series of Laura Ricciardi and Moira Demos, which took their recordings over a period of 10 years.
In 2005, the couple, who were 45 (Ricciardi) and 42 (demos) years old at the time, who were film graduates from Columbia University, read an article about the Steven Avery Fall in the New York Times. They then decided to make a documentary about it. Instead of shooting a 90-minute film, which could be shown at a film festival or a criminal case conference, the two wanted to create a series documentation. They offered these HBO, PBS and other TV channels, all of which were rejected. In 2013 they were able to convince Netflix to produce an 8-part series (later 10 parts).
At the end of the documentary Ricciardi and Demos had made over 500 hours of footage of interviews and recordings, including 180 hours of footage during the trials. The two filmmakers interviewed the parents Steven Avery, his sister Barb Tadych and their son Bobby Dassey (Brendan Dassey's brother), as well as Teresa Halbach's brother. Ken Kratz, Special Prosecutor and District Attorney of Calumet County, Wisconsin, ignored several interviews. With Steven Avery the filmmakers could only conduct interviews by telephone; A date on the spot was not allowed to them by the sheriff and the prison authorities on the grounds that there was a security risk.
The first airing of all ten episodes took place on December 18, 2015. Steven Avery has not yet seen the series and will probably never see her, as Netflix is not sent in prison and a DVD of the series is not allowed.
Making a Murderer season 2 release date
October 19, 2018
Making a Murderer is a US-American documentary series by the US video-on-demand provider Netflix from the year 2015. The series produced over a period of 10 years depicts the events around Steven Avery from the US state of Wisconsin, the 18 years was imprisoned in prison.