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Steven Avery of Netflix's Making a Murderer; Investigation Discovery continues the case
Steven Avery of Netflix's Making a Murderer; Investigation Discovery continues the case

If you’re like me, you got sucked down the Steven Avery rabbit hole of “Making a Murderer.” The Netflix docuseries covered the case of Avery, who was freed from prison after 18 years (on DNA evidence), then ended up back in prison for a murder he may or may not have committed.

Tonight, Investigation Discovery continues the obsession with an encore airing of “Steven Avery: Innocent or Guilty?” at 8/7c on ID (check listings to see where the channel is on your dial).

STEVEN AVERY: CASE OF THE MOMENT

Steven Avery from the Netflix original documentary series "Making A Murderer". Photo Credit: Netflix
Steven Avery from the Netflix original documentary series “Making A Murderer”. Photo Credit: Netflix

Steven Avery is the case of the moment, a national obsession with more than a half million people calling for his release. When the Netflix series “Making A Murderer” premiered in December 2015, national outrage erupted over possible miscarriage of justice.

READ: MAKING A MURDERER LINK ROUND-UP 

With many questions surrounding the conviction of Avery, as well as his nephew, Brendan Dassey, Investigation Discovery (ID) lays out the details from all sides in tonight’s “Steven Avery: Innocent or Guilty?”

Produced by NBC News’ Emmy Award-winning Peacock Productions and hosted by veteran journalist and Dateline NBC correspondent Keith Morrison, STEVEN AVERY: INNOCENT OR GUILTY? reveals the latest intriguing developments in the story, and takes an in-depth look at it all: the evidence, the key players and controversy surrounding the case. In addition to the U.S. premiere, STEVEN AVERY: INNOCENT OR GUILTY? premiered in more than 100 countries, including the U.K. beginning on Saturday, January 30th on ID: Investigation Discovery and other Discovery networks.

MORE INTERVIEWS FROM THE MAKING A MURDERER CREW

With insight from Netflix filmmakers Moira Demos and Laura Ricciardi, new interviews in Investigation Discovery’s show include:

  • Jerry Buting, Former defense attorney in Avery Case
  • Ken Kratz, Former DA, Calumet County, Prosecutor in Avery and Dassey cases
  • Brad Dassey, Brendan Dassey’s half-brother
  • Michael Griesbach, Author, “The Innocent Killer,” ADA, Manitowoc County
  • Peter Massey, Forensic expert, University of New Haven
  • Tom Kertscher, Reporter, Milwaukee Journal Sentinel

Are you one of me – obsessed with the Steven Avery case? Leave thoughts in the comments below.

 

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