On Friday evening, the groundbreaking docuseries 'Convicting A Murderer' by Daily Wire's Candace Owens released its first episode for free on the X App.
The 10-episode docuseries "unveils the shocking truth behind one of the most controversial criminal cases in recent history" which was documented in Netflix's 'Making A Murderer,' according to the docuseries' website. In the series, conservative commentator Candace Owens recounts the story of Steven Avery who was portrayed by Netflix as an "innocent victim of corrupt law enforcement."
Candace, however, refutes the story Netflix puts forward and "sets the record straight by exposing hidden evidence in the murder of Teresa Halbach."
The first episode will be released for free on the X App on Friday evening, but only Daily Wire+ subscribers will get the opportunity to view the additional eight episodes.
Watch the premiere on the X App here.
For Daily Wire subscribers, the first three episodes ("An Unraveling Narrative," "Sharing Wives," and "Avery's Niece") are available on Daily Wire+, and the following episodes released in the coming weeks:
- Shifting Timelines - September 14
- Manitowoc's Involvement - September 21
- The Key & The License Plate Call - September 28
- The Vial of Blood - October 5
- Bones - October 12
- Manipulating Brendan - October 19
- The Real Villain - October 26
As Americans waited in anticipation for the release of the first few episodes, many shared their excitement online.
So hype for [Candace Owen]'s [Convicting A Murderer] dropping this Friday," wrote Jack Posobiec. "It's time for the Netflix FalseCrime Industrial Complex to get what they deserve. These people are the lowest of the low scum in America. Expose them all."
Daily Wire+ subscribers also voiced their opinions on the film after it was released to the streaming platform.
"Just watched the first two episodes of #ConvictingAMurderer and as someone who drank the kool-aid - thank you [Candace Owens] for giving me the antidote," one X user said.
"Just finished 2 episodes of [Candace Owens'] Convicting a Murderer where she uncovers everything the Netflix series Making a Murderer (which I also watched) left out or changed from what really happened to make him look innocent," another user wrote. "I will never again watch a thing that original creator makes!"
You can watch the trailer for the film below: