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Will This Netflix True Crime Mystery Become The Next Making A Murderer?

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Get excited, true crime fans.

It appears as though your next Netflix obsession is about to premiere as, on Monday, the streaming site dropped the first teaser poster for their new docuseries, The Keepers. Looks intriguing!

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Apparently, The Keepers documents the mysterious disappearance of Sister Catherine "Cathy" Cesnik in 1969 and her subsequent death. Following the success of Making A Murderer and the Amanda Knox documentary, the docuseries promises to give Cesnik's story the same fascinating true crime treatment. It's said the series will highlight the many people the late nun touched, as well as the various secrets and lies that may be connected to her death.

Be sure to keep your eyes peeled on Wednesday since that's the day Netflix plans to drop a trailer for the project. Oh, and they'll also be releasing an interview with documentarian Ryan White too.

The Keepers will drop in full on May 19. Will you be tuning in??

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Making A Murderer Defense Attorney Bashes 'Smarmy' Prosecutor In New Book!

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The Making A Murderer drama isn't just between accused killer Steven Avery and the U.S. legal system.

In his new book Illusion of Justice, Avery's former defense attorney Jerry Buting is spilling all the tea about the feud between himself and opposing counsel — prosecutor Ken Kratz.

Related: Kratz Sent THIS Cruel Letter To Steven Avery In Prison!

In an excerpt released to EW, Buting says the two lawyers were civil with one another up until the trial, at which point, "his cordiality vanished."

Like many viewers of the Netflix series, Buting admits Kratz got "under my skin" during questioning:

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Is Making A Murderer's Steven Avery Guilty After All??

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Supporters of Steven Avery have been on a roller coaster of emotions the past few months.

People became intensely invested in the case of the murder of Teresa Halbach thanks to the hit true crime documentary series Making A Murderer.

The Netflix show presented an angle on the trial that cast heavy doubts on the guilt of Avery and his nephew Brendan Dassey, who were sentenced to life in prison back in 2007.

Related: Brendan Dassey Will NOT Be Released As Judges Reverse Decision

And now a new piece of evidence has surfaced that may change the way you see the case entirely.

A former cellmate

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Making A Murderer's Brendan Dassey Will Be Released From Prison While Prosecutors Appeal His Overturned Conviction

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Good news for Brendan Dassey during this legal roller coaster.

On Monday, a federal judge ruled that the Making A Murderer subject will be released from prison while prosecutors appeal his overturned conviction.

For those of you who may not know, in 2007, the Wisconsin resident was found guilty of sexually assaulting and murdering Teresa Halbach.

Related: Nancy Grace Storms Out When Asked Why She 'Capitalized On Dead Kids!'

A key part of the now-27-year-old's conviction was his confession, in which he detailed how he and his uncle, Steven Avery, allegedly assaulted and murdered the photographer.

However, the Netflix docuseries seemed to show Brendan was coerced into providing that confession, after his mental ability was called into question and his court-appointed lawyer didn't hesitate to take a deal.

So, in August, Judge William E. Duffin overturned the young man's murder conviction. But,

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Making A Murderer's Steven Avery Dumps 'Gold Digger' Fiancée Just Days After Announcing Engagement!

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No more conjugal visits for these two…

The most surprising thing to come out of Netflix's Making a Murderer wasn't the fact that Brendan Dassey's conviction got overturned… it was that Steven Avery somehow found love behind bars!

As we previously reported, the subject of the Emmy-winning true crime docuseries announced his engagement to paralegal Lynn Hartman just last week following a few months of dating by mail.

Related: Making A Murderer's FOUR Emmy Wins Earn It A 2nd Season!

Unfortunately, the public attention proved fatal for the pair's love life… because they've already ended their engagement after just a matter of days!

According to a Facebook post by Steven's former fiancée Sandra Greenman over the weekend, an upcoming episode of Dr. Phil actually caused the incarcerated icon to call things off with his "golddigger" of a girlfriend:

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Making A Murderer's Steven Avery Engaged To Paralegal Lynn Hartman

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Well, this is inneresting.

According to the Daily Mail, Steven Avery is now engaged to a blonde paralegal named Lynn Hartman. The two decided to take their courtship to the next level after eight months of phone calls and an in person visit last week.

Related: Steven's Ex-Fiancée Is Afraid Of Him

While the pair have tried to keep their romance on the DL due to threats against Lynn, the convict is now ready to share his joy with the world.

In an interview from prison, the controversial guy gushed:

"She's going to be my future wife, we'll be laughing forever."

Well, we're not sure what there is to laugh about considering S.A. was sentenced to life without parole for killing 25-year-old photographer Teresa Halbach in 2005…

As for Lynn, she's equally as thrilled about the engagement:

"I am very happy to announce that Steven Avery asked me to marry him today, and I accepted. It has been a difficult road getting to this point in our lives but we are very happy. Despite all obstacles, and Steven's wrongful conviction and incarceration, we plan to be married shortly after he is released."

Wow, the paralegal sure sounds hopeful! We guess Brendan Dassey's overturned conviction has given her a newfound sense of optimism!

Obviously, the romantic news has caused a bit of a stir with fans. In fact, the backlash got SO bad that Steven's friend Curtis Busse had to shut down some haters via Facebook.

Check out the message (below)!

Well, to each their own we guess!

So, what do YOU think of this news?

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Prosecutors Are Appealing Making A Murderer Star Brendan Dassey's Overturned Conviction!

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And the saga continues…

As we reported last month, a federal judge overturned Brendan Dassey's conviction claiming his coerced confession violated his Fifth and Fourteenth Amendment rights. Because of this, the 26-year-old will leave jail in November.

Related: Dean Strang Is Getting His Very Own True Crime Show!

As seen on Making A Murderer, the Wisconsin-native — along with uncle Steven Avery — were charged with the rape and murder of Teresa Haibach.

However, the Netflix star just faced another obstacle in his journey to freedom.

On Friday, the state of Wisconsin is appealing Dassey's overturned conviction. According to Attorney General Brad Schimel:

"We believe the magistrate judge's decision that Brendan Dassey's confession was coerced by investigators, and that no reasonable court could have concluded otherwise, is wrong on the facts and wrong on the law… Two state courts carefully examined the evidence and properly concluded that Brendan Dassey's confession to sexually assaulting and murdering Teresa Halbach with his uncle, Steven Avery, was voluntary, and the investigators did not use constitutionally impermissible tactics."

Regardless of whether he is truly guilty or not, Brendan is going to face another uphill battle.

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