I don’t deny I love true crime. I read Ann Rule. I follow news stories. Forensic Files, Wives with Knives, Snapped–they are my binge-watching television. Then along comes the Netflix original series, The Making of a Murderer, and suddenly, I’m finding myself wanting more, but it is so twisted and crazy that I find myself having to turn it off and let my own crazy go!
The Making of a Murderer is being called by Forbes Netflix’s Most Significant Show Ever stating, “Making a Murderer, The story of Steve Avery has seemed to hook pretty much everyone who has laid eyes on it. Unlike all Netflix’s other shows, this is a real story, with real stakes, and real people who are still suffering from the injustices we see onscreen.”
The Making of a Murderer on #Netflix is a ten part series that follow the case of Steven Avery, a Wisconsin man. In the 1980s, he was convicted of sexual assault and sent to prison. 18 years later, DNA evidence exonerated him, proving he did not commit the crime, another man did.
What happens two years later, in the midst of his civil suit he filed over his false conviction, is crazy.
I’m not going to give you spoilers, but I will tell you, “I. Can’t. Stop. Watching.”