"Making a Murderer" could get a second season on Netflix.
"The story is still unfolding," Netflix's Chief Content Officer Ted Sarandos said on Sunday while speaking to reporters at the streaming service's portion of the Television Critics Association Winter Tour, per People.
"So we'll certainly take a look at it," he added, according to the mag's website.
During a panel presentation for the show, also on Sunday, the producers of the film said they were still in touch with the subject of the documentary series – Steven Avery.
"I think today marks four weeks since the series launched and what we've, you know, managed to do in the past four weeks if we've had several conversations – telephone conversations – with Steven Avery and we did record those calls with an eye towards including them in any episodes, should there be any future episodes, but we have not returned to Wisconsin the past four weeks," Executive Producer Laura Ricciardi said during the session.
Laura Ricciardi, Iris Ng and Moira Demos work on Netflix's 'Making a Murderer' (Netflix)
Avery, who is currently serving a life sentence for the murder of Teresa Halbach, has not seen the Netflix documentary, Ricciardi noted during the panel.
"Steven does not have access to the series. He asked the warden and his social worker whether he would be able to see it, and his request was denied," she said. "When we spoke to him recently, his focus was mainly on his case. At the time we last spoke with him, he was representing himself. He had recently lost a motion and was working on his own appeal of that motion."
-- Jolie Lash