The third season of the wildly well-liked podcast takes a take a look at the “unusual instances” of Cleveland’s prison justice system
CLEVELAND — Lebron James’ SpringHill Firm has introduced they’re teaming up “Serial” to convey the podcast’s third season to HBO as a restricted collection. James himself will probably be one of many govt producers.
Selection first reported the information on Tuesday, however SpringHill Firm confirmed the partnership on their social media pages Wednesday.
The Serial podcast started again in 2014, when host Sarah Koenig dove into the case of Hae Min Lee’s 1999 homicide in Baltimore, and the conviction of Adnan Syed. That first season’s episodes have been downloaded by thousands and thousands. The podcast’s third season, which aired in 2018, takes place in Cleveland courts.
Because the present’s web site explains, “Serial wished to sort out the entire prison justice system. To do this we figured we’d want to take a look at one thing totally different: unusual instances.” Every episode appears at a special case, and analyzes its results on everybody concerned. In response to the report from Selection, the HBO collection would comply with, “a younger cop and the person he is accused of beating,” and dig into the prison justice system’s have an effect on on each particular person concerned.
James would govt produce alongside his group at SpringHill Firm, together with Maverick Carter; Koenig and a group from Serial Productions, and others. The SpringHill firm referred to as the partnership with the Serial group a possibility to “inform our tales, our means.”
There is not any phrase as to when this restricted collection would possibly see the sunshine of day, however it will not be HBO’s first Serial miniseries. Again in 2019, HBO delivered “The Case Towards Adnan Syed,” a docuseries following together with Serial’s first season.