Making A Murderer Creators Reveal The State Of Wisconsin Almost Shut Down Production & Address Evidence Left Out Of The Docuseries!
Could you imagine a world without Making A Murderer?
The popular Netflix docuseries has sparked countless conversations about Steven Avery's conviction in Teresa Halbach's 2005 murder.
And considering the whole thing has caused a lot of people to take a really critical look at our justice system — particularly in Manitowoc County, Wisconsin — we weren't entirely surprised that the state wanted to squash the whole thing!
On Wednesday, Laura Ricciardi and Moira Demos — AKA the popular production's creators — took over the series' Twitter for a Q&A, and things got pretty interesting when they were asked about the biggest challenges they faced when filming the 10-part project.
The lovely ladies revealed that the state of Wisconsin tried to shut them down, sharing:
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