HBO & Sky Prep Doc Series on Adnan Syed Case

Sergio Cunningham
May 18, 2018

According to an HBO news release, the series has been in production since 2015 and will feature new discoveries as well as "groundbreaking revelations that challenge the state's case".

The Case Against Adnan Syed, a four-hour documentary series directed by Academy Award nominee Amy Berg (best known for her other crime documentaries Deliver Us from Evil and West of Memphis).

After a lukewarmly received season two, Serial has yet to produce a third season. Here's a look back at all the major events.

In February 2016, Syed was granted a post-conviction listening to during which as officers argued his defence lawyer didn't successfully signify him.

Adnan Syed is now in prison, serving a life sentence plus 30 years.

NPR presenter Sarah Koenig and her team spent the series revealing all the things about the case that didn't quite add up.

The programme will follow events up to the present, with Syed awaiting his new trial, and will air in the United Kingdom on Sky Atlantic and on HBO in the US.

Syed has always insisted he was innocent. Judge Welch at that time also rejected McClain's testimony.

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Harpal said at around 8.30am some of the officers proceeded to a room on the first floor and chose to drill open the safe. I didn't know that they should raid at night.

As is standard with these things, prosecutors are now expected to challenge the decision. He is now in jail awaiting retrial.

Maryland Attorney General Brian Frosh says his office filed a petition Monday with the Maryland Court of Appeals.

In their argument, they said that McClain's testimony would not have affected the original outcome of the case.

Syed was found guilty of Min Lee's murder at his second trial in 2000, after his first ended in a mistrial.

Who is Adnan Syed? But Debbie doesn't believe that McClain's memory is accurate.

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He has consistently maintained his innocence.

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