Is MAM still the same marathon-able, frustrating, compelling show in Part 2 as it was in 2015? Should Moira Demos and Laura Ricciardi have tried harder to make the second season less "one-sided" as to Steven Avery's guilt -- or not at all? Does the second act suffer from a dearth of Strang and Buting, or of suspense as to Avery and Brendan Dassey's fates? And where does Kathleen Zellner keep all those stylish jackets?
Speaking of disgraces, the less said about 2006's Skinemax-y take on Karla Homolka, Karla, the better, except that you're better off watching Ellen Pompeo's ripped-from-the-headlines SVU on the case...or Misha Collins's apology for even being IN it. Brady violations and Lecter imitations: it's an all-new The Blotter Presents.
- Making A Murderer Part 2 on Netflix * USA Today lists key revelations from Part 2
- Misha Collins on regretting making Karla
- Some of the information Bernardo's parole hearing kept secret (warning: involves unsavory descriptions of his behavior during a "relationship" with a woman while he was in prison)
- Ellen Pompeo's Law & Order (which was an SVU crossover, so I wasn't wrong?)