During the fall of 2014, it seemed almost impossible to go anywhere without falling into a conversation about the enthralling podcast "Serial", which debuted in October of that year to a seemingly immediate (and obsessed) audience. It also renewed interest in the Hae Min Lee murder case and was even partially responsible for Syed being granted a new trial.
The Case of Adnan Syed will attempt to trace "how the rush to justice and Syed's conviction in 2000 raised more questions than answers about what happened to Hae Min Lee, underscoring the instability of memory and conflicting eyewitnesses".
Viewers will hear accounts from Adnan Syed, the defence team, the Syed family, friends and teachers of Hae Min Lee, and members of Baltimore City law enforcement.
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The docuseries, like "Serial" before it, will reexamine the evidence that led to Syed's conviction as well as "groundbreaking revelations that challenge the state's case", according to a press release.
Working Title TV and Instinct Productions are producing and NBC Universal International Studios are distributing the follow-up to the case, which will debut on HBO in the USA and on Sky Atlantic in Europe.
As for the soundtrack, it will be helmed by the busybody scoring duo of Nick Cave and Warren Ellis.
The documentary, which has reportedly been in production since 2015, doesn't have a premiere date yet.
'The hugely talented Amy Berg has unprecedented access to those closest to the investigation, which is sure to make unmissable viewing'.