Jodi Arias has continued to stay in the news since her conviction regarding the 2008 murder of Travis Alexander. Now, new interviews are set to be released in an upcoming REELZ special titled "Jodi Arias: The Friends Speak."

In a newly-released trailer, two of Travis' friends speak about the grief they experienced after his death. One friend recounted calling his cell phone and leaving voicemails after hearing the news because he couldn't fully accept what had happened until he was asked by the family to speak at the funeral. 

Another person who had once been close to Travis also spoke about the immediate certainty he felt regarding who was behind his crime.

"I believe it was the next morning we were on the phone with an investigator, and I just said, 'I don't care who you've got, I don't care who your people of interest are, Jodi Arias did this. Go find Jodi Arias,'" he revealed in the trailer, which can be seen below.

In an additional clip of the upcoming show, which can be seen on Radar Online, his friends also talk about how at various times they had had conversations with Travis regarding Arias' strange behavior. 

One night, the group of friends had made a point to discuss what had been occurring. "The whole purpose of the conversation is, ‘We’re scared for you, we’re concerned, this is what we’re seeing. When you go to the bathroom, she follows you.’ You know, she tried to do the Mormon thing. So Sky suddenly I believe one time stops the conversation and she said, ‘She’s out there!’ And so Travis gets up on the bed — stands up — and he literally rips the door open and she’s standing there. Her face was towards the door, she was full-on listening," they recounted.

Continuing, he added, “We’re having this conversation and like, warning him about Jodi. My then-wife, she said, ‘We’re afraid we’re going to find you chopped up in her freezer.'”

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In recent months, Arias has also reappeared in the news regarding the possibility of her getting a new trial. In turn, her previous conviction could be overturned due to issues surrounding Maricopa County prosecutor Juan Martinez, who had been the prosecutor during her trial. In October, both the defense and prosecution were given 30 minutes to plead their case.

As for her life behind bars, it was reported in July that, at one time, she received a "disciplinary violation" for her behavior at the facility and continues to receive visits from her boyfriend, Benjamin Ernst. Arias is serving a life sentence without the possibility of parole after being convicted of first-degree murder.

"Jodi Arias: The Friends Speak" will air Dec. 8 at 8 p.m. EST on REELZ.