If you can't get enough of the case of Steven Avery, the wrongly-convicted, then-convicted murderer whose case was profiled in the insanely popular Netflix docu-series Making a Murderer, you'll want to either stay close to the TV or set the DVR tonight.
NBC's Dateline is going to air a one-hour special at 10 p.m. EST titled The State of Wisconsin vs. Steven A. Avery., which the network promises will "dig deeper" into the case of Avery, who's currently serving life without parole for the torture and murder of photographer Teresa Halbach. Making a Murderer presents proof supporting the theory that Avery was framed.
The biggest bombshell of NBC's special: the first interview with Avery's new attorney, Kathleen Zellner, who took over his case earlier this month to spearhead a new effort to get Avery released. Zellner will discuss the forensic advances that could help Avery, NBC News reported.
There's also a new interview with Ken Kratz, the controversial prosecutor who worked on Avery's murder case, as well as other key figures in the case that put Avery and his nephew in prison.
If that's not enough for you, there's another Avery special coming to Investigation Discovery (or as I like to call it, The Murder Channel) on Saturday, Jan. 30 at 9 p.m. EST titled Steven Avery: Innocent or Guilty?, which will provide "critical details about the case," the network said.