Fans of Making a Murderer can look forward to the second season, although the release date has not been announced at present.

The show's makers are involved in new episodes with important angles that will show the links between the new season and the pilot season, according to IB Times. As far back as July 2016, showrunners Moira Demos and Laura Ricciardi had announced their enthusiasm in making the new season, as it would be in sync with an appeal that came from Kathleen Zellner, lawyer of the defendant.

Hence, the Season 2 of Making A Murderer is said to concentrate on developing the case of the convicted Steven Avery and nephew Brendan Dassey. Both of them got involved in the killing and rape of Teresa Halbach in 2005. Zellner, Avery's lawyer, said that he would bring more suspects and forensic proof to help in the acquittal of the convicted.

The show did not get the attention it deserved in the beginning, but soon the viewers got lured into it and then became increasingly fascinated. Currently, 25 million viewers are watching it. Some fans of the show signed a petition asking the court to grant a pardon to Avery and Dassey.

Netflix disclosed that Season 2 would be investigating the post-conviction process and examining the evidence shown by the Attorney General's Office's approval.

State attorneys recently put in an appeal that said that Dassey made some voluntary and accurate confessions to detectives. Hence, Making a Murderer Season 2 release date will most probably coincide with the appeal, it has been mentioned in Zellner's website.

Netflix's show anniversary on December 18 had Steven Avery and Brendan Dassey's legal teams getting more hopeful than ever that the two accused will come out of prison in the next six months, according to Daily Mail.