The show is filmed over a 10 year period, and follows every detail of Steven’s story. The show is not narrated, but features interviews and first-person footage of real-life events. It is exhilarating, intriguing, thought provoking and gives you the chills. The show makes you question the criminal justice system, but also the ones who claim to be innocent. We see how the Avery family handles the whole thing, and their ups and downs. We see how evidence is weirdly discovered, the thought process of the defense as well as the prosecution, and how they handle things to get what they want.
Even though there are clues that point to Manitowoc Sheriff's Department being involved in the murder, the producers of the show have the power to include what they want to include, and make you view things from a certain perspective, so I definitely think there is more to the story than we see.
Personally, I think this is one of the best documentaries I have seen, and by far the most thought-provoking and disturbing one. I recommend it to everyone interested in crimes and justice.