The Netflix original true crime series The Making Of A Murder, which was released in late December of 2015, tells the story of a man, Steven Avery, who was imprisoned twice on flimsy evidence. The first time he served 18 years in prison before he was exonerated by DNA evidence and another man was convicted instead. The second time he was convicted of a murder as was his young slow witted nephew. The strength of the series is also a draw back in my opinion: the film makes present the story as it evolves using phone calls, video taped interviews, and original interviews to document the strange turns of the trials. That ends up being close to 10 hours of footage, which felt like a bit of a drag between episodes 6 and 8, but it picks up momentum at the end. It was largely engrossing and exposes the many flaws of the criminal justice system. It's amazing that hardened criminals are let loose everyday, but these two benign individuals will stay locked up for an unreasonably lengthy time, unless something happens in relation to the controversy this documentary series is likely to create.