Ever since Netflix confirmed the coming of Making a MurdererSeason 2, fans have been longing to know what the show is going to tackle next. Especially now that a lot have been going on since the first season of the documentary series was revealed in 2015.

The cases of Steven Avery and his nephew Brendan Dassey are still pretty controversial. In fact, the lawyer of the 54-year-old suspect thinks that the victim Teresa Halbach’s real murderer is her ex-boyfriend Ryan Hillegas. Now, on the show’s much-awaited return, here are what’s going to happen next.

A center of debate

The first season of “Making a Murderer” ignited a lot of debates. This even involved the prosecutor Ken Kratz, saying that the documentary television series “left out crucial facts.” He even appeared with Dean Strang on Fox News, insisting their claims.

However, he was later forced to resign from his post as District Attorney after facing a big scandal. The guy was accused of sending 30 "sexually coercive" texts to a 26-year-old victim of domestic abuse that he was then handling. Also, two more women emerged and accused him of harassment.

Brendan Dassey’s supposed-to-be freedom

Since the first installment, the case has been tremendously developing, which might be featured in “Making a Murderer” Season 2.

At the TCA Summer press tour, Netflix Chief Content Officer Ted Sarandos said that there is “a ton of info that wasn't explored.” These are curbed in the show’s previous episodes that are already released.

To recall, since the first season was dropped on Netflix, a federal judge overturned Brendan Dassey’s sentence as his confession was dubbed “involuntary.” The investigators who interrogated Steven Avery’s nephew are said to take advantage of his young age, intellectual problem, and inexperience to handle police investigation.

Also, he was questioned without the presence of his parents and other significant personal characteristics. “The free will of a reasonable person in Dassey's position would have been overborne,” the judge said. With all that has been said, he is still not yet freed. The Department of Justice insisted that the investigators used "entirely appropriate interview tactics."

The planted evidence

Steven Avery’s lawyer Kathleen Zellner, on the other hand, believed that much evidence against her client is fallacious.

In a tweet, she said that the proofs are planted, like bullets, bones, blood, camera, cell phone, key, car, and even the dishonest confession. “World's best experts on it,” she added.

She even won the right to retest some bits of the DNA evidence that made her tweet another controversial statement, saying it is another planted proof. This and all will be seen in the continuation of “Making a Murderer” Season 2.