TV Filed to: The truth is often just ever-so-slightly out of reach. Yet when Netflix released the ten-part crime investigation series Making a Murderer back in 2015, it caused waves the likes of which the streaming service never dreamed possible. Mindhunter might just be the best television series of the past few years.
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And with good reason. But man, what we do have is a pretty clear conspiracy to make Steven Avery look guilty, no matter what the cost. True crime films and pulp magazines with lurid headlines and descriptions of real-life murders have also been hugely popular since their inception in the early 20 th Century. But is the guilty party, notorious prankster Dylan Maxwell, actually guilty?Making A Murderer Season 2 In 15 Minutes (GRAPHIC LANGUAGE!)
Soon enough, The Keepers becomes less about the cold case and the crime itself and more a brutally shocking tale of systemic abuse and cover-up. The Keepers Who killed Sister Cathy? Filed to: Fans of Making a Murderer with a sense of humour, rejoice! The series is a spoof of the Steven Avery-centred series, which pokes fun at the style of Making a Murderer , its contributors and even the viewers to a certain extent.
But while the blood is kept to a minimum, the creeps are not. Season 1 is still available to watch on Netflix, with a second season coming our way later this month.
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The at-times forensically-detailed picture created is traumatising and, quite frankly, hard to watch. Please note: Told from the point of view of the two federal agents that set it up, Mindhunter also works as a biography of the modern idea of the serial killer. You can only speculate what happened from there, but it opens a massive new world of possibilities, and each of them takes away credence from the idea that Steven Avery killed Teresa Halbach and burned her body on his property.
Going into these episodes, I still thought the simplest explanation was probably the right one—that the frame-up seemed too big and complicated to be real.
The show clearly knew this was a massive moment, but it was underplayed in a lot of ways—perhaps to show how the defense was a bit hamstrung in not being able to actually accuse anyone else of the crime. Join the discussion Cancel reply Your email address will not be published. A series of campus-based daubings that depict… How shall we put it?
We follow the criminal case against Michael Peterson and watch how he builds his defence, how the trial plays out and we watch the aftermath.