AVClub: We’re at about the middle point of the true crime wave. Serial, Making a Murderer, The Jinx, and the two excellent entries into the OJ Simpson canon reinvigorated a passion for true crime in popular culture. Now that the first wave has proved successful, other outlets have gotten into the game. Netflix will try to recapture Making a Murderer magic by updating the series. CBS will dive deep the JonBenet Ramsey case. Law & Order, that bastion of only semi-true crime, will do a season on the Menendez brothers. And now MTV enters the fray with Unlocking The Truth, a true crime series with a twist — it’s hosted by a man wrongfully convicted of a crime.