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Watch It Wednesday: Making A Murderer

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Oh boy where to begin with this show....
I remember seeing people tweet about it and say how it was very addictive. I don't personally have a Netflix account so I didn't think too much of it. Until my dad decided one night that he wanted to see it and set up my sister's Netflix account on the family TV to watch it. I believe it took us 3 nights to watch it (the first two nights we watched 2 episodes each, then finished it the third night). The first episode took me about halfway through it to finally get into it, but by the end I was declared obsessed and wanted to continue on watching it (that was until I was too tired and fell asleep the first two nights).
Making A Murderer is a Netflix documentary about the two trials of Steven Avery and how he was falsely accused for both trials. The first episode is about him allegedly raping a woman and being in jail for 18 years and the second trial he is accused of murdering another woman and is put in jail for life. 

Now I don't want to spoil anything so I'll keep my thoughts on it brief: the entire time you will yell at the TV for how the trial was run. Many things upset me and I could tell the ending of it by the 7th episode (there are 10 total). Regardless, it was addictive as to see how things played out and find out more information of the trial. 

I hear there is another documentary about the other side of the trial so I will be very interested to see how that's played out...

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