The Murdaugh Murders: A Southern Scandal Season 2 of Netflix’s true-crime series will dive deeper into the case.
The Murdaughs of Hampton, South Carolina, were perhaps one of the most talked about families in 2023, and the family will continue to be a topic of discussion in Murdaugh Murders: A Southern Scandal season 2.
Netflix has announced the premiere date and trailer. We won’t have to wait long for the upcoming season of the docuseries to be released on Netflix.
Murdaugh Murders: A Southern Scandal Season 2 | Official Trailer
On Thursday, the Season 2 trailer for Murdaugh Murders: A Southern Scandal was released. The new season of the series intends to look into the murder trial that enthralled a country, as well as the continuous collapse of the Murdaugh’s Lowcountry Dynasty.
It all started in 2019 in the Lowcountry of South Carolina when Paul Murdaugh was engaged in a drunken boating accident that wounded many of his friends and killed Mallory Beach. He was eventually charged for his suspected involvement in the boat accident.
Nothing could have predicted what happened afterward. After Paul Murdaugh and his mom, Maggie, were killed, Paul’s father, Alex Murdaugh, staged a murder attempt and was convicted of murdering his wife and son. He is presently attempting to get another trial.
Season one of Netflix’s “Murdaugh Murders: A Southern Scandal” focused on the boat disaster and its aftermath. Season two will now center on the murders of Paul and Maggie on June 7, 2021.
The new season teaser also highlights the influence of the Murdaugh family’s digital imprint, showcasing footage of Paul Murdaugh’s Snapchats that were subsequently admitted as proof in his father’s murder trial.
There are many unresolved mysteries about Paul and Maggie’s June 7, 2021 death. Even though Alex Murdaugh received a life sentence, people still don’t know what happened.
Netflix will now plunge deeply into the chaos with season two of “Murdaugh Murders: A Southern Scandal.” It looks fantastic, and fans can watch it starting September 20.
The following people, some of whom are new to the series and were not part of the first season, will provide insight into the case.
Blanca Turrubiate-Simpson – Former Murdaugh family housekeeper
Morgan Doughty – Paul Murdaugh’s ex-girlfriend
Anthony Cook – Paul’s friend
Valerie Bauerlein – Wall Street Journal reporter
Michelle “Shelly” Smith – Libby Murdaugh’s caregiver
Curtis Edward Smith – Cousin “Eddie”
Gwen Generette – A trial juror
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What Is the Best Way to Watch the Show?
Murdaugh Murders: A Southern Scandal is an original Netflix series. Those who want to see the docuseries episodes will require a Netflix subscription. Currently, the streamer provides several options for interested subscribers.