Netflix's sports-centric "Untold" docuseries is set to release its second volume in August, focusing on the bizarre catfishing hoax that snared former Notre Dame linebacker Manti Te'o.
Te'o was the face of Notre Dame's 2012 national championship game-bound team as he put together an impressive individual season for the Fighting Irish.
The only problem: Te'o's girlfriend didn't exist. At least, not as he thought she did.
In "Untold: The Girlfriend who Didn't Exist," Te'o reveals in his own words how he became involved with his online girlfriend, who went by Lennay Kekua
Tuesday, Aug. 16
How to watch:
The two-part "Untold: The Girlfriend who Didn't Exist" will be available to watch on Netflix on Tuesday
Below are the scheduled release dates for the series:
Tuesday, Aug. 16:
Tuesday, Aug. 23
Tuesday, Aug. 30
Tuesday, Sept. 6
The only problem: Kekua did not die, nor did she ever exist — at least as Te'o thought she did.
While it's true Te'o's grandmother, Annette Santiago, died on Sept. 11, 2012