LIVID binge watching fans have criticised online encyclopedia website Wikipedia for not putting ‘spoiler warnings’ on their entries for Steven Avery, Brendan Dassey and the Netflix series ‘Making A Murderer’.
With the second series of the hugely popular and engrossing piece of Hollywood entertainment dropping on Netflix today, many eager fans of the TV show have had the series ruined for them after inadvertently searching for information surrounding series.
The outrage felt by Making A Murderer superfans is similar to fans of popular World War II series who have criticised the History Channel for spoiling its ending.
“Eh, fucking spoilers dude,” remarked one MAM fan who has called for news websites CNN, BBC and RTE to be shutdown after several of their articles on the plights of Brendan Dassey and Steven Avery contained spoilers for season 2.
“Great, now I know what happens to Brendan, and he’s like my favourite character. Fuck sake,” remarked another fan who mistakenly went onto Wikipedia looking for the release date of the thrilling binge watch but instead accidentally cast his eyes on spoilers.
“I was waiting 3 years for the second series and it’s ruined now. At this point I don’t even care if there’s a third series, my plans for the weekend have gone of the fucking window now,” explained the irate fan, who was planning on binge watching the fates of two men locked up in prison for life.
92% of MAM fans admitted that if their was a choice between justice being served in the cases dealt with in the series or not having season 2 spoiled for them, they would choose no spoilers.