Over two years ago Netflix confirmed a second season for hit true crime docu-series, Making a Murder. Now, the streaming service has finally announced that the much-anticipated followup will arrive next month.

In addition to the October 19 announcement, Netflix also shares a teaser for the new set of episodes.

"Once somebody's convicted, they have to move mountains to get out of prison," the clip begins, before the subject of the series, Steven Avery, adds, "When you're fighting for your innocence, and you need the truth out, it takes time."

Part two of Making a Murder will feature 10 episodes, detailing the post-conviction process and the attempts to exonerate Steven Avery and his nephew and co-defendant, Brendan Dassey.

Avery was convicted of sexual assault and attempted murder in 1985, as he served 18 years of his 32-year sentence before being exonerated by DNA testing and released. In 2007 he was convicted of the murder of Wisconsin photographer Teresa Halbach and sentenced to life in prison without possibility of parole.

In other news, Netflix has shared the season three trailer and release date for 'Daredevil.'

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