I think it's insane that I'm writing this blog post after only having seen 3 episodes (I binge watched them Sunday night and by the time you read this I will have finished them all) but I finally understand why everyone is talking about the new Netflix series Making A Murderer.
To summarize, Making A Murderer is a series that covers the story of Steven Avery, a man who spends 18 years in prison for sexual assault and attempted murder and is later exonerated because DNA evidence finally shows it wasn't him.
Within 2 years, Avery is accused of the murder of Teresa Halbach and is sentenced to life in prison. The series is actually filmed over 10 years and is basically a documentary that contains actual footage and interviews from the years the case was covered.
I won't give away any spoilers but I promise if you watch this series, you won't regret it.
What really draws viewers in is that everything is so cut and dry. There's so much evidence that actually doesn't make sense, and the fact that there is video footage of interviews and investigating that wasn't done properly just blows my mind. I mean, if we can see this now, why couldn't it have went viral back then. This is also the kind of series that you can NOT stop thinking about.
So I want to know - those of you that have seen it... WHAT DO YOU THINK?!?!?!