Making a Murderer
The Ten Best True Crime Documentaries on Netflix
From Ted Bundy to Fyre Fest, there are so many documentaries about bad people to watch, and so little time.
The Best Shows We Watched One Episode Of
When you're good, but not good enough.
Check Out the First Trailer for the New Season of 'Making a Murderer'
New episodes are heading to Netflix next week.
What the 'Making a Murderer' Lawyers Are Up to Now
Stephen Avery's lawyers are going on tour.
America's JonBenét Ramsey Obsession Will Never Die
CBS's new documentary miniseries is the latest in a slew of TV investigations into the unsolved case of beauty contestant's death in 20 years ago.
Why Police Interrogations Lead to So Many False Confessions
'Making a Murderer' subject Brenden Dassey's confession, which a judge ruled was unlawfully coerced, demonstrates the sometimes dishonest lengths interrogators will go to to extract admissions of guilt.
My Life as a Murderous Teen Goth on True Crime TV
A combination of morbid fascination and awkwardness make it possible to take on the role—you just hope the actual killer doesn't find you.
The VICE Morning Bulletin
This morning, Trump's team he raised over $6 million for charity rather than participating in the GOP debate, the FBI release a video of the Oregon stand-off shooting, Steven Avery supporters protest in Wisconsin, and more.
Brad Dassey, Half-Brother of Brendan Dassey from 'Making a Murderer,' Explains His Rap Track
Brad Dassey made "They Didn't Do It" to stand up for his half-brother, who is a key figure in the hit Netflix documentary.
The VICE Guide to Right Now
Steven Avery from 'Making a Murderer' Is Appealing His Murder Conviction
The man at the center of the hit Netflix series argues evidence against him was obtained wrongly, and that he was the victim of a series of improper jury procedures.
The Half-Brother of Making a Murderer's Brendan Dassey Has Released a Protest Rap Track
Because all major news events need a rap track.
We Asked an Exoneration Expert About 'Making a Murderer' and America's True Crime Obsession
Samuel Gross, law professor and editor of the National Registry of Exonerations, explains how pervasive misconduct is in America's criminal justice system.