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What the community says about Making a Murderer
- AnonymousWritten on March 29, 2017"It would be hard to find any documentary that made more headlines in recent memory than "Making A Murderer." Filmed over ten years, it depicts the real life drama created by the mysterious murder or a young woman and the man seemingly framed for her killing. It's very well done."AnonymousWritten on January 24, 2017"I love murder mysteries but was tired of the cliches and tropes of fictionalized stories. Making a Murderer is a true story in documentary format that is more interesting than any fictional murder mystery I've ever seen. "
- AnonymousWritten on May 14, 2018"Making a Murderer is one of the best documentary series I have watched. The story of Steven Avery is absolutely riveting. There were times while watching I would get so frustrated or angry. My wife said it reminded her of other guys watching a sports game. If you have a Netflix subscription and enjoy, not just documentaries, but crime stories at all then you need to give this a watch."
- AnonymousWritten on May 22, 2018"This is a great documentary, the problem being it really only shows 1 side, I guess that is its mission, but lets try to be a little fair, when you watch this you can see the slant if you are looking, but lots of people are easily swayed without looking at both sides. Still worth watching but very bias."
- AnonymousWritten on January 7, 2018"This is an unfortunate story about a young man's life ruined by the corruption of the police system as he is wrongfully accused, freed from that accusation and conviction, just to be charged again with another false accusation which police are suspected of setting him up with false evidence to put him back in prison. This story has an interesting plot and one tat should keep your attention."AnonymousWritten on December 31, 2017"Making a Murder is an interesting following of someone who was elaborately framed for murder. Dissecting the American Judicial system is something everyone should take a minute to think about. Finding justice is something that needs to become important. This is a binge watchers dream because there is not turning away from this expose. "
- AnonymousWritten on May 13, 2018"Out of all the recent documentary TV shows, Making a Murderer is the best I've ever seen. The story is so compelling. A real murder mystery if you ask me, sometimes it's hard to tell if he really commited the crimes or not. He sure seems guilty in some areas of the case. Great TV here."
- AnonymousWritten on January 23, 2019"This documentary has a very interesting perspective but its way too long."
- AnonymousWritten on January 27, 2017"I've been trying to find a good show to binge watch, and I finally found one. Making a Murderer is a great tv show, with lots of twists and turns. It's a great tv show, one that I didn't think I would like based on the title. But it's a great show, surprised it's only on Netflix. "AnonymousWritten on January 13, 2017"Goodness, I hate documentaries, but I find myself absolutely glued to the screen when watching this show on netflix. Incredibly entertaining, and the production value is insane. The information offered by the documentee is very comprehensive and it will make you believe these innocence of these men. "AnonymousWritten on February 21, 2017"Making a Murder is definitely a Netflix shows that I enjoyed the most in many years. It is real-life thriller TV series that involves an DNA exoneree who, while exposing police corruption, becomes a suspect in a grisly new crime. It is free for the first month for user to subscribe. "AnonymousWritten on January 13, 2017"Making a Murderer is a one-sided exploration of a crime and a subsequent trial and conviction. It suffers from assuming everything an accused murderer says is true and everything the police and prosecution say is false."
- AnonymousWritten on January 18, 2017"This is a documentary, and it's one that keeps you guessing. I suppose you could spoil it and do an Internet search, since there are still related things to this happening in the news every so often. But after watching it, you'll probably pull into question the legal process of which regular citizens have to go through to defend themselves."AnonymousWritten on April 15, 2017"Feels like I'm about to see what happens in a case where the media is only showing parts of something while there is so many things going on behinds the scenes. To see the path of what happened, how someone got falsely accused of committing a crime, serving time and then getting freed of it is a view that looks to be very interesting. "
- AnonymousWritten on September 29, 2017"Making a Murderer is an excellent documentary series. I feel when I watch this show, I feel immersed and wanting to watch more. I feel it's an unbiased documentary T.V. series that prevents me with the facts of all cases. Highly entertaining and, in my opinion, extremely well done."AnonymousWritten on September 13, 2017"Making a Murderer is a great crime drama with tons of twists and turns. I couldn't stop watching it and binge the entire season, that's how good it was."AnonymousWritten on September 13, 2017"This show is far from the best. I would even question if it is good."
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in What are the best TV seriesAnonymousWritten on April 20, 2018"Making a Murderer is the Netflix documentary series that caught the country by storm. It follows the story of Steven Avery and his battle against possibly crooked police in small town Wisconsin. If you haven't yet watch the series you are missing out. "