At this point, most viewers have already watched “Making a Murderer,” which follows the story of Steven Avery, who was convicted to be in prison for 18 years for rape and was then freed after evidence proved his innocence.
After which, he was once again convicted for a murder in 2007 and was given a life sentence without parole in Wisconsin. At the moment, there are petitions demanding for his pardon, along with charged accomplice, Brendan Dassey, as there are allegations that the case was framed by the Manitowoc County.
It is still uncertain where his case will take him, but with so many stories yet to be told, fans are already asking for a second season of the show.
According to Forbes, the second season of “Making a Murderer” may explore the deleted scenes worth ten years of backstory, as the freshman show tried its best to fit the story in ten episodes. There may be some scenes on the unused footage which may be worth revisiting and reopening.
Aside from this, the same report also suggested that the show may look into the victim, Teresa Halbach. As the story is mainly focused on the accused, other snippets and details pertaining to Halbach may form a significant part in the story.
After the series premiered and the numerous petitions rallied for their release, the show may explore further on the social media response of the public. In addition, the Wisconsin Innocence Project, who had ignored his pleads and appeals after the conviction nine years ago, is now trying to look into the matter to assist him. In case there is foul play uncovered for Avery‘s allegations, this will be another story to tell to the public. Lastly, Netflix may also explore other similar cases of real-life crimes.
No official word has been released regarding the matter.