Making a Murderer lawyers to give a series of talks across Ireland in 2019
Big news for anyone who loves the show.
Season two of Making A Murderer was released on Netflix in October and it was just as much of a hit as the first season.
Immediately, seemingly everyone was discussing the show in detail, and basically everyone had their own theories.
And if you do have your own theories regarding what the hell is going on in the show, you won't want to miss this.
Two lawyers from the show, both of whom represent Brendan Dassey, are coming to Ireland to deliver a series of talks in a series of venues across the country next summer.
You can join Laura Nirider and Steven Drizin as they discuss coerced and false confessions, interrogation tactics, and the wrongful conviction of Brendan Dassey, whose case and post-conviction process has captivated the world.
There will be five shows going down in Ireland across the beginning of the month of June. See details in full below.
3 June - Dublin, Vicar Street
4 June - Cork, Opera House
5 June - Limerick, Dolan's
6 June - Belfast, Ulster Hall
8 June - Galway, Black Box
Tickets for the event will go on sale on Thursday 6 December, and will cost €30 on Ticketmaster.
And if you want to brush up on your information before you consider heading, here's a detailed thread that one of Steven Avery's lawyer made on Twitter which answers a lot of questions regarding Teresa Halbach's death.