A lot of people are now excited for the return of Making a Murderer” Season 2 on television as Netflix officially confirmed its coming. Although the streaming service keeps things under wraps, the former Wisconsin district attorney Ken Kratz, who appeared in the first season, teased his possible appearance and a lot more in the coming sequel.

The lawyer has been Steven Avery’s murder prosecutor in the first installment of the documentary television series. In the first season, he was often criticized, thus he also condemned the show’s filmmakers for portraying his character as an evil one.

Ken Kratz might come in ‘Making a Murderer’ Season 2

In an interview with Radar Online, the legal representative revealed that the show’s producers have called him to make an appearance in the new season. However, he narrated that he still left them hanging as he is not yet responding to them.

For him to be part of the sequel, he said that he wanted to be 100 percent sure that he would not be a victim of heavy editing again. This assurance should come from the TV series’ directors Moira Demos and Laura Ricciardi. “What I’d like to see before I would agree to do that is a promise from them that they’re not going to splice this time,” he told the publication.

District lawyer accused show’s up filmmakers for fooling its viewers

In his new tell-all “Avery: The Case Against Steven Avery and What ‘Making a Murderer’ Gets Wrong,” the author revealed that the show’s filmmakers are editing the witnesses testimonies and interviews in the first season. He accused them of fooling people and it looks like they are so used in doing it.

He also claimed that the film producers are often biased for excluding major evidence in the documentary.

Ken Kratz also exposed that what people were seeing in the first season of “Making a Murderer” didn’t really happened in real life. Hence, he proudly said that his book has the exact details of what really happened and real evidence from the case. “What you’re seeing in this docudrama wasn’t what happened,” he said.