My daughter really got into the first season. She tried to turn me onto the series, and I watched several episodes and it was interesting, initially (for me). But things got a little weird. To the point where I honestly couldn't overlook the biased reporting.
I'd never want to see someone suffer for a crime they didn't commit, obviously. That said, there were numerous instances when I couldn't differentiate the bias from the movie producers from the bias that was coming from the local authorities.
It was (and still is in some circles) a fairly popular series, but I stopped watching. I stopped watching because I didn't know who to believe. To me, it left many more questions than answers.
But nevertheless it's good that people feel compelled to present a different side to a very controversial story.
Just not my cup of tea, I guess.