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10 of the best new TV shows to get excited about in 2018

One of the most talked about TV shows of the past few years is coming back for a second series. But annoyingly, we’re not totally sure when – we just know it will be in 2018 at some point.

“The story is still ongoing, so you will see new episodes coming sometime this year as this story continues to unfold,” Netflix’s VP of original content, Cindy Holland, told USA Today.

“We don’t know when, for sure, new episodes will be coming.”

Keep an eye out on Netflix in 2018 for season 2 of Making A Murderer.

Read more at: http://www.cosmopolitan.com/uk/entertainment/g12807500/best-new-tv-shows-2018/

What we know about the missing Richardson 3-year-old punished for not drinking milk

Sherin’s parents are no longer speaking with authorities and have retained attorneys, Perlich said. 

The girl’s mother was home when Wesley Mathews told the girl to go stand outside, but was unaware of what he was doing, he said. 

CPS involvement 

Early Monday, Child Protective Services took custody of Sherin’s 4-year-old sibling and placed her in foster care, agency spokeswoman Marissa Gonzales said. 

CPS had previously had contact with the family, but further details were not released. Neither child had been in foster care prior to this week, and Richardson police had not been to the family’s house before. 

Adopted from India

Wesley and Sini Mathews reportedly adopted Sherin about two years ago from an orphanage in India. She was said to have been malnourished and physically underdeveloped at the time and does not have the same language skills as a typical 3-year-old, Perlich said.

Read more at: https://www.dallasnews.com/news/richardson/2017/10/09/know-missing-richardson-3-year-old-punished-drinking-milk

Making A Murderer lawyer Dean Strang chats to Jon Faine about the impact of the series

Chances are you’ve watched or heard of the Netflix series Making A Murderer – the curious case of Steven Avery, who finds himself the prime suspect of a murder after serving 18 years jail for a crime he didn’t commit.

Dean Strang, one of the defence lawyers made famous by the series, is in Melbourne for an event at the University of Melbourne Law School.

He chats to Jon Faine about the impact of the series.

“My own view is that the notoriety has both helped and hurt Avery’s cause,” he tells Jon.

Read more at: http://www.abc.net.au/radio/melbourne/programs/mornings/dean-strang-making-a-murderer/9021932

We Have Some News About Making A Murderer’s Steven Avery

Steven Avery became something of a household name when true-crime series Making A Murderer went viral on Netflix back in 2015.

It seemed as though absolutely everyone, from celebrities to ‘ordinary’ folk, got sucked into the case of the murder of Teresa Halbach and those that were convicted of the crime.

See: We’ve Got Important News About Another Making A Murderer Series

Avery was sentenced to life in prison for first-degree murder in Manitowoc County, Wisconsin. But he has always maintained his innocence.

He claims that he was wrongfully convicted, and the documentary series – which is comprised of ten episodes – followed his court case, shedding light on the evidence and circumstances surrounding the crime.

The show’s success sparked a lot of interest around the original case, with many theories finding their way onto the internet.

Read more at: http://www.look.co.uk/news/making-a-murderer-steven-avery-retrial-596058

Teacher charged with sex crimes fantasized about students, warrants say

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The Disappearance of Maura Murray: Everything You Need to Know About the Baffling Unsolved Case

In the months following Maura’s disappearance, Fred wrote to the New Hampshire governor’s office, pleading for his assistance in urging the State Police to accept help from the FBI. He said he never heard back and in the meantime had filed a Freedom of Information Act so that he could see what authorities were doing about his daughter’s case. He told the Daily Collegian in January 2005 that he would even hang out in local bars, hoping to overhear any snippet of info in case anyone was talking about Maura.

He enlisted a team of private investigators and they too had a falling out over disagreements about the way information was being shared, or not shared, but the PIs continued to work the case on their own.

Fred alleged that the police refused to properly investigate the possibility that Maura had been abducted. “There’s a bad guy on their turf in their backyard,”

Read more at: http://www.eonline.com/news/883921/the-disappearance-of-maura-murray-everything-you-need-to-know-about-the-baffling-unsolved-case

MISSING PERSON ALERT: TPD seeks info about 11-year-old girl …

TALLAHASSEE, Fla. (WTXL) – The Tallahassee Police Department is seeking information on the location of an 11-year-old girl last seen on Sunday.

There is concern for her welfare.

Carla Santoyo-Rodriguez was seen in the era of the 2400 block of Roberts Avenue. She was wearing a burgandy cardigan sweater, teal pants and a zebra-patterned belt.

Anyone with information is asked to call TPD at (850) 891-4200.

MOBILE USERS: Download our WTXL news app on your Apple and Android devices for the latest from South Georgia and North Florida. Also, download our WTXL Weather Now app for Apple and Android devices to get the latest local weather wherever you go. 

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MISSING PERSON ALERT: TPD seeks info about 11-year-old girl

TALLAHASSEE, Fla. (WTXL) – The Tallahassee Police Department is seeking information on the location of an 11-year-old girl last seen on Sunday.

There is concern for her welfare.

Carla Santoyo-Rodriguez was seen in the era of the 2400 block of Roberts Avenue. She was wearing a burgandy cardigan sweater, teal pants and a zebra-patterned belt.

Anyone with information is asked to call TPD at (850) 891-4200.

MOBILE USERS: Download our WTXL news app on your Apple and Android devices for the latest from South Georgia and North Florida. Also, download our WTXL Weather Now app for Apple and Android devices to get the latest local weather wherever you go. 

Copyright 2017 WTXL via Raycom News Network. All rights reserved.

Read more at: http://www.wtxl.com/news/missing-person-alert-tpd-seeks-info-about--year-old/article_3cfb890e-a1c3-11e7-9898-4be30ccd38b9.html

The Mask: extra nerdy facts about the 1990s Jim Carrey hit | Den of …

Summer 1994 was an unpredictable time at the box office for Hollywood studios. The year before, Jurassic Park had smashed box office records, but twelve months on, films such as The Flintstones and Beverly Hills Cop 3 were struggling to emulate its success. There were some solid hits: The Client, Maverick and True Lies, for instance. But there was also a sense of things changing. The big money of summer 1994 was being taken by sleeper successes such as Forrest Gump and Speed.

In the midst of this, though, emerged two brand new movie stars.

In February 1994, Ace Ventura: Pet Detective had introduced the world properly to Jim Carrey on the big screen, and over $100m in worldwide takings later, a new star was born. The Mask, though, would send his career into orbit, and prove a huge, unexpected hit. Scheduled towards the end of the summer season, the comic

Read more at: http://www.denofgeek.com/uk/movies/the-mask/52106/the-mask-extra-nerdy-facts-about-the-1990s-jim-carrey-hit

The Mask: extra nerdy facts about the 1990s Jim Carrey hit

Summer 1994 was an unpredictable time at the box office for Hollywood studios. The year before, Jurassic Park had smashed box office records, but twelve months on, films such as The Flintstones and Beverly Hills Cop 3 were struggling to emulate its success. There were some solid hits: The Client, Maverick and True Lies, for instance. But there was also a sense of things changing. The big money of summer 1994 was being taken by sleeper successes such as Forrest Gump and Speed.

In the midst of this, though, emerged two brand new movie stars.

In February 1994, Ace Ventura: Pet Detective had introduced the world properly to Jim Carrey on the big screen, and over $100m in worldwide takings later, a new star was born. The Mask, though, would send his career into orbit, and prove a huge, unexpected hit. Scheduled towards the end of the summer season, the comic

Read more at: http://www.denofgeek.com/uk/movies/the-mask/52106/the-mask-extra-nerdy-facts-about-the-1990s-jim-carrey-hit