But then I did loads of research and from what I've read, I personally believe it to actually be very shite tv.
Clearly very biased and only shows what the director wanted to show.
Good job the geeza is locked up, I can't stand behind a docu-series that makes people feel sorry for a monster, 'cause I think although he is dumb af, he also knows it bodes well for him to appear dumb af.
It could be the ultimate twist ending to “Making a Murderer.”
A Wisconsin man, who is already in prison for a separate slaying, reportedly confessed to the killing of photographer Teresa Halbach in 2005 — the subject of a controversial Netflix documentary, a new report published Monday claims.
The admission could pave the way for convicted killer Steven Avery’s exoneration, the report said.
The director of upcoming true-crime series “Convicting a Murderer” — an unaffiliated follow-up to the cult Netflix show — told Newsweek the inmate confessed to murdering Halbach during a taped interview, which is now reportedly in the hands of Wisconsin authorities.
“We haven’t confirmed the legitimacy of the confession,” director Shawn Rech said.
“But seeing as it was given by a notable convicted murderer from Wisconsin, we feel responsible to deliver any and all possible evidence to law enforcement and legal teams.”