The addictive docu-series The Jinx could be returning for a second season.
HBO’s six-part series chronicled New York real estate heir Robert Durst‘s connection to three mysterious deaths over a 20-year period.The series, directed by Andrew Jarecki, documented the 1982 disappearance of Durst’s wife Kathie, the 2000 killing of his long-time friend Susan Berman and the 2001 death of his neighbor Morris Black in Texas, for which Durst was tried and acquitted on the grounds of self-defense.
Public interest in the series reached a peak just as Durst was picked up in New Orleans at the behest of Los Angeles police investigating Berman’s unsolved death.
Durst has since been formally charged with the murder of author Susan Berman and also faces a federal weapons charge in New Orleans.
According to The Hollywood Reporter, HBO is currently planning to make more episodes of The Jinx, potentially to follow Durst’s story behind bars.
The Jinx‘s final episode famously included what many have interpreted to be a confession from Durst, who was caught on an open microphone muttering in a bathroom: “What the hell did I do? Killed them all, of course.”
Durst has long maintained his innocence in both the disappearance of his first wife and Berman’s murder.