Netflix is now streaming season 2 of the true-crime documentary Making a Murderer, and viewers struck by Steven Avery’s exoneration may wonder when to expect Making a Murderer Season 3. Viewer started pressurising the makers to launch season 3 soon. So Read Further to clear, whether season 3 is coming or not.
In the last season, attention divided between Avery’s nephew Brendan Dassey’s law team, Steven Drizin, and Laura Nirider. It showed the effect of two men’s prison sentences on their families, especially on Steven’s oldest parents.
There’re some mixed opinions regarding the convictions, with some believing the convicted are guilty while others arguing that the post-conviction attempts for both were slow and challenging, and their legal teams faced a considerable obstacle.
Brendan and Steven Avery convicted in 2007 for the alleged involvement in the murder of Teresa Halbach. The duo faced several major charges, which included sexual assault, the party to homicide, mutilation of a corpse, and illegal possession of a firearm.
Season 1 of the show had covered the original trials during a time that viewers around the world were unsure as to what to make of the case.
Will There be Another Season?
Show makers Laura Ricciardi and Moira Demos have not completely denied the possibility of a new season, so it seems that the pair might be back for a season 3 if Netflix wishes it.
Making a Murderer Season 3 Release Date
The content of season 3 will most likely be based on the outcome of Avery’s case, which is still ongoing. It may take quite a while before it spews out enough content needed to make another ten-episode season. Seasons 1&2 were released three years apart, and for now, there is no telling when to expect season 3.
Possible Plot for Season 3
Dassey and Avery’s search for freedom expected to continue in season 3. With both their lawyers working tirelessly to release their customers.
In third year, interviews will likely to be hold with the families, attorneys, and law enforcement officials involved.
Season 3 Cast
If the third season ever occurs, Drizen and Nirider are likely to return to the series along with Dassey. Dassey’s uncle Steven Avery, who is charged with the murder of the first degree, will also return. Another similar face we might even see might be Kathleen Zellner, Avery’s prosecutor.