Season Two of Making a Murderer Focuses on Attorney Kathleen Zellner

 

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Named one of the Hollywood Reporter’s 35 under 35 agents or executives, Ryan Ly currently serves as a principal at Curate Entertainment. In his previous position at Creative Artists Agency (CAA), Ryan Ly was responsible for signing literary talent for hit television series, such as Game of Thrones, The Walking Dead, and Making a Murderer.

Making a Murderer is a Netflix original documentary series that follows the true story of Steven Avery, a man who is in prison for murder but who maintains his innocence. The second season, which debuted in October 2018, is focused on the work Avery’s defense attorney, Kathleen Zellner, has been doing since 2016 to clear her client’s name.

While Season Two ended with Avery still in prison and his request for a retrial denied by a judge, Zellner remains undeterred, saying they are at the start of Avery’s fight for freedom. The next step is appealing the most recent judgment against a new trial that could potentially overturn Avery’s conviction.

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Walking Dead Features Herschel Green’s Last Scene and Alpha’s Debut

 

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Ryan Ly is a successful Hollywood talent agent who currently serves as the principal at Curate Entertainment. Formerly an executive at Creative Artists Agency, Ryan Ly has generated millions in annual commissions from signing creative talent for popular series such as AMC’s The Walking Dead.

As Walking Dead fans soak in the final season of the series, they will get another chance to watch a scene with the character of Herschel Green, Maggie’s father who died several seasons ago. Green was played by the late actor Scott Wilson, who passed away in October 2018. A member of the crew said that Wilson was able to view his final Walking Dead scene and that he was proud of how it turned out. Wilson even asked for the scene to be played for him a second time.

Another highly anticipated character in the final season is the villain Alpha, played by British actress Samantha Morton. A critically acclaimed and award-winning actress, Morton brings a higher level of theatrical performance to the series. The final season airs on Mondays at 9 p.m. ET on AMC.