Making a Murderer season 3
TV channel: Netflix
Original release: December 18, 2015 – present
About TV show Making a Murderer season 3
Making a Murderer season 3 release date - 2019, to be announced.
Making a Murderer Plot
Documentation of defendant Steven Avery's quarrels with the US judiciary system over a period of more than 30 years, assuming a scale unprecedented in history. Inspired by a news article in 2005, Laura Ricciardi and Moira Demos document the case of Steven Avery for ten years.
Written and filmed was the 10-part series by Laura Ricciardi and Moira Demos, who made their recordings over a period of 10 years.
In 2005, the couple, who at the time were 45 (Ricciardi) and 42 (demos) years old and graduate film students from Columbia University, read an article on the Steven Avery case in the New York Times. After that, they decided to do a documentary about it. Instead of making a 90-minute film that could be screened at a film festival or a crime scene conference, they wanted to do a series documentary. They offered these HBO, PBS and other television stations, which all rejected. In 2013 they were able to convince Netflix to produce an 8-part series (later it became 10 parts).
At the end of the documentary Ricciardi and Demos made over 500 hours of footage from interviews and recordings, including 180 hours of footage during the trial. The two filmmakers interviewed, among others, the parents Steven Averys, his sister Barb Tadych and their son Bobby Dassey (Brendan Dassey's brother) and the brother of Teresa Halbach. Ken Kratz, Special Prosecutor and District Attorney of Calumet County, Wisconsin, ignored several interview requests. With Steven Avery, the filmmakers could only conduct telephone interviews; An on-site appointment was denied to them by the sheriff and the prison authorities on the grounds that there was a security risk.
Making a Murderer season 3 release date
2019, to be announced
The Avery case has been controversially debated in Manitowoc County (where the case happened), especially after the broadcast of the Netflix series, as well as domestic and overseas, as the evidence and circumstantial evidence against Avery is dubious. The 10-episode second season was released on October 19, 2018.