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Making A Murderer

By Panoply / Netflix

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SPONSOR CONTENT: Go behind the scenes with the creators of the groundbreaking new Netflix Documentary Series, Making A Murderer, to hear how they documented the harrowing true story of Steven Avery, an outsider who was exonerated after serving 18 years for a brutal assault. But in the midst of his very public thirty six million dollar civil case against local law enforcement, he suddenly finds himself the prime suspect in a grisly new crime. Making A Murderer takes viewers inside a high-stakes criminal case where reputation is everything and things are rarely as they appear. All episodes now streaming only on Netflix.

Customer Reviews

Great peak behind the curtain.

It's a treat to have access to the filmmakers behind this beautiful docuseries. Whether or not you agree with their position that the boys are innocent the series itself is true art and it's nice to go behind the scenes.

Don't get force fed learn on your own

The documentary is better than watching paint dry. However this guy did kill the poor photographer .Just use common sense and lookup what evidence was not in the documentary .

Good show

I watch the series over a couple days. I have a background in Criminal justice and was shocked to her all the blunders that happen to this man. Police do lie , they also plant evidence and other things that are shocking. The majority of police officers are friendly , kind and above reproach . But really people ? They had a big ole chip on their shoulder for this guy. His Nefew was easily swayed. And there is so much evidence that in a high percentage of people will confess to terrible crimes that they didn't commit. The overall evidence in this case was for a not Guilty verdict . There was reasonable doubt. There were conflicts of interest on many levels . Whether you like it or not this could happen to anyone. If your a little different or poor this happens more than we know. This more than anything proves our judicial system is broken.