The television series Making a Murderer is confirmed to be having its second season, but then, its premiere date might be delayed. Also, the season 2 may affirm that Steve Avery is guilty.

According to International Business Times, Netflix has affirmed that Making a Murderer will come back for a second season. As a matter of fact, the creators of the television show are already working on the new episodes that will have critical specifics connecting the new season to the first season. Nonetheless, the release date has not been announced as of the moment.

As a refresher, way back in July 2016, the show runners Moira Demos and Laura Ricciardi has expressed their excitement in creating a new season since it would match with the petition made by Kathleen Zellner, the lawyer of the defendant.

Furthermore, Yibada has learned that the series Making A Murderer Season 2 will deliver more progress in the case of imprisoned Steven Avery and Brendan Dassey as they were accused of killing and raping Teresa Halbach in 2005.

In the year 2016, Avery's new legal representative Kathleen Zellner has assured that she will bring new suspects and forensic proofs that will finally release the condemned.

In November, Dassey was already thought to be freed, but the state attorney filed a petition making him stay imprisoned until it has been looked over. This Netflix docuseries has been very popular but then it was also criticized by people involved in the case. The critics include Avery's ex-girlfriend Jodi Stachowski, who believes that that the Making A Murderer star is guilty.

As for the release date of Making A Murderer Season 2, there is still no available details as of the moment since Netflix source stated that they have not decided when will be the premiere of the show. But then, a lot of new progress is anticipated as the next season begins.