It's not often a TV show, let alone a documentary series, springs from nowhere and completely captures the imagination of the world, well, the Netflix viewing world. For those that haven't given in and watched it yet, Making a Murderer follows the story of Steven Avery, a man wrongly convicted and sent to jail for 18 years for a crime he did not commit, who is then released thanks to DNA analysis, only to find himself up for a murder conviction one year later.
Since Making a Murderer debuted on Netflix on December 18th (yes, just barely three weeks ago), it seems to be all people are talking about, with the general topic of conversation being whether you believe Steven Avery was framed for this crime or whether eighteen years in prison did more damage than we could possibly fathom.
We realise some of you may still be mid-binge of this series, so we have no intention of spoiling it for you. So regardless of what the jury decided back in 2007, what do you believe to be true? And if you've been watching, we'd love to hear your thoughts.