Saturday, October 01, 2016

Making a Murderer Season 2 Duo Talks Plans for Next Season

Making a Murderer Season 2 Duo Talks Plans for Next Season

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Making A Murderer has been a great series. It received as many as four awards at the Creative Arts Emmy Awards. If the recent conversations are to be believed the season 2 duo is talking about plans for next season. Is Making A Murderer season 3 already on the cards?

We have seen that Netflix has asked for some more episodes of Making A Murderer early this summer. As per the online streaming giant, the upcoming chapters will dig deeper into the reality of convicted murderer Steven Avery, and his co-defendant, Dassey. Why? It is because both of their investigative and legal teams challenge their convictions and the State fights to have the convictions and life sentences upheld, reports Variety.

Discussing in details about the upcoming episodes, Ricciardi teased, “Our plans for additional episodes, the story is clearly not over. Things are happening and we’re following those events as they unfold. As you follow things as they’re unfolding, you can’t predict the future… but that’s part of the process.” Is that any way indicating towards Making A Murderer season 3?

With the last two seasons being highly appreciated, we can expect that the next season of this documentary series will be a roaring success. With the above-mentioned plans by the duo about the next season, one need to just wait with bated breath to watch Making a Murderer Season 3 in real time.

Meanwhile, the duo was handed  out some info about their next scripted show in development, titled as America’s Most Admired Lawbreaker. The production work for the series is currently underway with George Clooney’s production company, Smokehouse Pictures. The duo also declared that at the present moment no network is attached. They also explained that the possible series is in the growth stage of the project.

As of now, there is nothing concrete about Making A Murderer season 3, so we should hold our horses until there is an official announcement by the channel as well as the show-runners.