Syed was convicted and sentenced to life in prison in 2000 for Hae Min Lee's murder. His original conviction and his subsequent efforts to get a new trial have galvanized people throughout the world since they were featured in 2014 in the "Serial" podcast, which was produced by former Baltimore Sun reporter Sarah Koenig.
The Case Against Adnan Syed will reportedly both re-examine events leading up to Lee Min's disappearance and murder, and provide "ground-breaking revelations". By 2016, a Baltimore judge vacated the conviction and granted a new trial in light of new evidence challenging cell phone data that linked Syed to the crime, as well as testimony from an alibi witness. Berg received access to Syed, his family, friends of Syed and Lee, and members of the Baltimore law enforcement.
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The State of Maryland appealed the lower court judge's ruling, but on March 29, 2018, the Court of Special Appeals also ruled to vacate Syed's conviction and grant him the retrial he has been waiting for.
Berg has been working on "The Case Against Adnan Syed" since 2015, per the release.
Sky's director of programming Zai Bennett, said: 'We'll be offering viewers a compelling window into one of the most talked about murder cases in recent years. Now the series is getting a small screen followup, thanks to HBO and Sky. While we might miss Serial's classic theme music, Nick Cave and experimental musician Warren Ellis are locked in to collaborate on the series' almost-certainly-eerie soundscape.