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DailyWire+ will stream the first two episodes of Candace Owens’ highly anticipated true crime series “Convicting A Murderer” for free on the platform on September 8 with early access for members beginning on September 7.
“Convicting a Murderer,” a 10-part series, dives into the murder of Teresa Halbach and the conviction of Steven Avery, which became a worldwide sensation after Netflix released “Making a Murderer” in 2015. DailyWire+ members will get an early look at the first three episodes of the series on September 7. The first two episodes will stream for free for anyone beginning September 8, and the third episode will be available exclusively for DailyWire+ members.
“Convicting a Murderer” unveils the shocking truth behind one of the most controversial criminal cases in recent history. Avery’s case was popularized by the success of “Making a Murderer,” in which Avery was portrayed as an innocent victim of corrupt law enforcement — but Owens says there’s more to the story of Teresa Halbach’s murder than what viewers were shown in the Netflix series.
“I am sick and tired of media deception,” says Owens in the series. “I think that there are very few documentaries that inspired international outrage more than Making a Murderer. If the filmmakers were honestly trying to tell a complete story of what happened that day, why would they omit so many different things? I don’t think anyone can argue that Making a Murderer left us with a lot of questions and very few answers. How can they claim to care about the truth?”
The 10-episode true crime series takes a closer look at key evidence, unearths shocking new testimonies, and contains exclusive interviews with subjects not included in the Netflix show, including law enforcement officers, family members, and fans-turned-investigators whose lives have been profoundly impacted by the case.
Episode one will also be available to view on the DailyWire+ YouTube channel as well as on X, formerly Twitter. The remaining seven episodes will debut weekly on the subscriber-based streaming service every Thursday.