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The Netflix drama “Making a Murder” may have won a new life in Canada.
A new podcast that explores the case has already won a Grammy nomination for best documentary.
The show’s producers say the award is a vindication of the work they have been doing and they believe it will make a difference to the way people view the case.
In the podcast, “Making A Murder” co-creator Ryan Murphy and co-executive producer Lisa Bloom say the podcast has not only provided the most compelling documentary to date, but it has also been a huge success.
The podcast, called “Making MAFD,” was launched on the popular podcast network podcasting service Soundcloud.com in August 2017.
It has since been downloaded more than 500,000 times.
The audio-visual podcast was inspired by the case of Steven Avery, who is serving a life sentence for the 2005 murder of Teresa Halbach, a 22-year-old photographer who was last seen alive on Avery’s property.
The two decided to make a podcast about the case and began working on it, said Bloom, who said the podcast’s first episode aired in March.
The story was about how a wrongful conviction case had been reopened and the process of proving a wrongful death conviction.
“We realized we wanted to make this podcast because we felt like the story of Steven was a true story,” she said.
“So we were able to do it with an audience who is not necessarily fans of ‘Making MAD,'” she said of the Netflix series, which follows the story from the beginning.
“Making the Murderer” was created by Ryan Murphy, who wrote and produced the original documentary “Making an Murderer.”
Murphy has been the producer and co, with Bloom, of the podcast since its launch in September 2017.
In it, the two said they felt the podcast was not only a necessary outlet for viewers, but also a way to raise awareness about the conviction of Avery and to help people with other wrongful convictions.
The team has been working to develop the podcast with the help of a large group of supporters and listeners, according to Bloom.
“People are passionate about this story,” Bloom said.
She added that the team has received some amazing support from other supporters of the Avery case.
“There’s a group of people who are so passionate about the Avery conviction that we just couldn’t imagine how this could be the case, or how this couldn’t be the Avery family,” she told CBC News.
The Making a Murderers podcast received a Grammy Award nomination for Best Documentary in 2018.
Murphy and Bloom said that the podcast will be available for download on iTunes and other streaming platforms in the coming weeks.
They hope that viewers will be able use the podcast to understand the case in a new way.
The case has been made a national topic of discussion and the podcast is an essential piece of the puzzle, said Murphy.
“What makes this case unique is the way the public has come to believe that there’s a new law in this country that is so unfair to innocent people that we’ve been forced to revisit our entire criminal justice system, ” he said.