In an email sent to newsletter subscribers this week, the “Serial” team announced that they would follow up the case of Adnan Syed with not one but two new stories. “This means we’re planning on a third season of Serial,” the show’s producers wrote. “And we hope it means we can reduce the amount of time between the end of Season Two and the beginning of Season Three.” Season two will premiere sometime in the fall, while its follow-up is expected in spring 2016. That’s right: “Serial” now follows the same scheduling format as The Voice. It’s the latest chilling similarity between the two series, after Adam Levine’s controversial life sentence for killing music.