‘Making a Murderer’ creators aren’t done yet: ‘We still speak to Steven’
Finished binge-watching Making a Murderer and reading all the threads and theories? If you’re still not satisfied, sit tight: There may be more coming.
Filmmakers Moira Demos and Laura Ricciardi, who spent 10 years making the 10-part Netflix series, told Mashable they’re still working on uncovering more.
The Wisconsin-set docuseries follows Steven Avery two years after new DNA evidence exonerated him in a 1985 rape case, but not before he served 18 years in prison. Avery’s subsequent lawsuit was ostensbly on the brink of exposing corruption in local law enforcement when he found himself the primary suspect in a new case: The murder of a young photographer named Teresa Halbach. Read more…