“Serial” junkies might soon get the answers they have been looking for.
The true crime podcast attracted a huge audience online last year, but it didn’t actually provide many concrete answers about what really happened to Hae Min Lee. It also didn’t exonerate the man convicted of the crime Adnan Syed.
But a new unofficial follow-up to the “This American Life” hit is set to release this month which might help clear up some loose ends.
Called “Undisclosed: The State v. Adnan Syed,” the new bi-weekly podcast “will examine and explore the case in greater detail, from an investigatory perspective instead of a narrative one,” the site says.
It’s sponsored by the Adnan Syed Legal Trust, a fundraiser set up by lawyers Rabia Chaudry (Adnan’s friend who first pitched the “Serial” investigation to Sarah Koenig), Susan Simpson, and Colin Miller.
The first episode of “Undisclosed” will air on April 13.
The Maryland Court of Special Appeals recently approved a request from Syed to appeal his case in June.
An actual sequel to “Serial” is also in the works, but it will focus on a completely new case.
Via: The Baltimore Sun
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