‘Making A Murderer’ Season 2 spoilers: Steven Avery is guilty? Release date delayed?
Millions of people are now looking forward to know what will happen next to “Making A Murderer” Season 2 after the initial run became an instant commercial and critical success. Moira Demos and Laura Ricciardi, the writers and directors of the docuseries, have already confirmed that the second season is on its way.
[WARNING: THIS POST CONTAINS SPOILERS OF MAKING A MURDERER SEASON 2.]
“Making A Murderer” Season 2 will see more developments in the case of convicted Steven Avery and Brendan Dassey over the killing and rape of Teresa Halbach in 2005. In 2016, Avery’s new lawyer Kathleen Zellner promised to bring new suspects and forensic evidences that will finally release the convicted.
In November, Dassey was supposed to be freed, but the state attorney field an appeal and he would not be released until it has been reviewed. Despite the popularity of the Netflix docuseries, it is also criticized by people attached to the case, including Avery’s ex-girlfriend Jodi Stachowski, who believes that that the “Making A Murderer” star is guilty.
As to when “Making A Murderer” Season 2 will premiere remains a big question because a Netflix source told TV Guide that they have not decided yet when it will be shown. However, the insider confirmed that there are a lot of new developments in the case that they will bring when the new season premieres.
Just recently, state attorneys argued in their filing that detectives did not coerce Dassey to say admit his participation in the murder of Halbach. They also mentioned that they did not offer Avery’s nephew benefits in exchange of his confession to the police.
The attorneys also wrote that the detectives were lenient with their questioning despite that Dassey did not answer many of their inquiries. They wrote that Dassey was not pressured during the interrogation. The filings also mentioned that Dassey gave details that they never told him that include Halbach’s cream, timing of the events and motivations.
The filing proved that Dassey’s confession to the detectives are true and voluntary. With the developments of the case, it is more likely that it will be included when the “Making a Murderer” Season 2 returns.
On the official website of Zellner, it is written that the “Making a Murderer” Season 2 release date is set to concur with the attorney’s appeal. The show is available for streaming on Netflix.
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