Adam Baldwin is back on the air.

In a special episode of “GMA,” the “Serial” co-creator and “Making a Murderer” star shared how he was inspired to write a memoir about the “Making A Murderers” case.

“I just wanted to be a part of something that was a little bit larger than myself,” Baldwin said.

I wanted it to be true, but also very true to the spirit of what I think about my family and what I do with my life, and the stories that we tell.” “

It was a story that I wanted [my mom] to hear.

I wanted it to be true, but also very true to the spirit of what I think about my family and what I do with my life, and the stories that we tell.”

Baldwin told the “Gma” crew that he began to realize that the way he writes about the case was an attempt to create “something larger than who I am.”

He said that his desire to write about the murder of Teresa Halbach inspired him to write the book.

Baldwin said he has been inspired by the case and wanted to share it with the world. “

I had no idea how big a deal it was, but I knew it was important, and that it was the right thing to do,” he said.

Baldwin said he has been inspired by the case and wanted to share it with the world.

“The only way to do that is to write it,” he told “GnaZI.”

Baldwin also shared that he was “furious” at the “Rising Star” star for his tweets criticizing the book, which was published in February.

“He has taken that as an attack on his integrity and has been really disrespectful of the book,” Baldwin explained.

“There was a tweet that was so bad, I felt it was unfair and it was wrong.

I feel like he should’ve apologized for it.”

Baldwin said that he would not have written the book if it weren’t for the reaction from Avery.

“But when he got arrested and he got in trouble, and he was getting a bunch of stuff, and his mom said, ‘What do you want me to do?

What do you think you’re doing?'”

Baldwin explained that Avery has been treated unfairly in the media and the court system.

“You can’t say that about any other innocent person,” he added.

Baldwin also said that the case has been “taken from us.”

“I feel like I have to speak out against this because of what’s happening in the world,” he explained.

Baldwin is scheduled to appear on “GAM AM” on May 12 at 8 p.m.

ET on “The Oprah Winfrey Show.”

He will be joined by former “Making of” cast member and “Serial”-star Lenny Abrahamson, who was also a guest on “Late Show with David Letterman” in 2016.

The interview will air at 10 p.d.

ET, with Baldwin discussing his memoir.

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“GRAVE” star Ashley Graham is the first celebrity guest on the podcast, joining former “Glee” castmember and “Scandal” star Anna Paquin.

Graham, who has been on the cover of Vanity Fair magazine for the past few months, spoke to the podcast’s hosts about her relationship with “Grave.”

Graham is best known for her roles on the sitcom “Fresh Off the Boat” and “American Horror Story: Freak Show,” but she’s also known for playing a character on “American Idol.”

The actress said that she is the only “real” GRAVE character.

“In the show, I’m called ‘Mama GRAVES’ and then there’s this character that I’m playing on “GRADE.

“So it’s been kind of a dream to be part of that,” she said.

Graham was previously cast in the series “The Girl Next Door” and is currently reprising her role as “Mama’s Girl” on “Girls.”

“Gossip Girl” star Alyssa Milano is also on the show as a “GRIEF” writer.

“GRACE” writer and actress Katie Couric will also be a guest, along with “The Glee Cast,” the cast of “Girls” and former “SNL” cast members “Dara” and Kate McKinnon.

“CASEY” and actress Jennifer Lopez will be the only celebrities on the “MTV News” podcast.

“SITUATION ROOM” writer-host Andy Cohen will be joining the podcast in the third hour.

Cohen will discuss his new book “Catch Me If You Can.”

Cohen also spoke with “LIVE” host and “The Tonight Show” cohost Jimmy Fallon on Wednesday night.

“And I just have to say that the thing