HBO producing Serial TV series

HBO producing Serial TV series

HBO makes an interesting claim: that "the outcome" of Adnan's case will "possibly [be] shaped by the investigation pursued within the series itself".

The first season of the NPR podcast "Serial" brought Syed's case to global attention in 2014, shedding light on inconsistencies in the proceedings.

Unfortunately, we might be waiting a while for the follow-up - no release date has been announced.

Taking a hard look at the original crime, The Case Against Adnan Syed will revisit the 1999 disappearance and murder of 18-year-old Hae Min Lee in Baltimore Country.

Syed was jailed in 1999 for the murder of ex-girlfriend Hae Min Lee and has been serving a life sentence ever since.

Syed has always insisted he was innocent.

If you, like us, were obsessed with the true-crime podcast Serial in 2014, we've got some great news!

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ADNAN Syed made headlines not exclusively due to his ex-girlfriend's loss of life however after he grew to become the topic of a well-liked U.S. podcast.

The docuseries, like "Serial" before it, will reexamine the evidence that led to Syed's conviction as well as "groundbreaking revelations that challenge the state's case", according to a press release.

The docoseries is directed by Amy Berg, who was nominated for an Academy Award in 2006 for Deliver Us From Evil, an exposé sex abuse claims against the Catholic church.

Syed was convicted of first diploma homicide in February 2000 and in addition discovered responsible of theft, kidnapping and false imprisonment.

Episodes from season one - which focused exclusively on Syed and Min Lee's story - have been downloaded more than 175 million times.

In February 2016, Syed was granted a post-conviction listening to during which as officers argued his defence lawyer didn't successfully signify him.

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