Part 2 of the Netflix documentary series on crime ‘Making a Murderer’ is now on Netflix, and those who are struck by Steven Avery’s exoneration may still wonder when to expect season 3.
Last season, Avery’s new counsel Kathleen Zellner divided the attention between his nephew Brendan Dassey’s law team, Laura Nirider and Steven Drizin. It also shows the effect of the two men’s prison on their families — particularly the oldest parents of Steven Avery.
There are split thoughts on ‘Making a Murderer,’ some insisting that both Steven Avery and Brendan Dassey are innocent, some say they are guilty, some argue that they may be liable. The post-conviction attempts for both were slow and challenging, and their legal teams faced a considerable obstacle, not to mention a reversal of their convictions.
The moviemakers Laura Ricciardi and Moira Demos have not written off the third season possibility. When asked about season three, Demos gave a ‘Maybe!’ in an interview, so it seems as the pair will return in case Netflix wants to order season three.
The launches of Making a Murderer season 1 and season 2 showed a three years delay, and a third season could also be longer. Post-conviction trials will not move quickly (it was more than 11 years before Steven Avery and Brendan Dassey were arrested for murdering Teresa Halbach), and Ricciardi and Demos will have to find some evidence and a story that could fill another 10 episodes.
When the third season ever occurs, Drizen and Nirider are likely to come back to work with Dassey despite their adamance. Dassey and his uncle Steven Avery will return for season three, who is charged with the murder of a first-degree conviction. Perhaps one to come back maybe Kathleen Zellner, Avery’s prosecutor, after making it big in season 2.
People are unsure about the future of inmates who remain unknown, with their attorneys and teams working tirelessly to release their customers. Both Dassey and Avery remain incarcerated, and their search for freedom is expected to continue in season three.
In the third year, interviews will also be held with law enforcement officials, members of the family, attorneys, and experts. Season 3 of Making a Murderer may also react to the spin-off documentary denouncing a murder.