Brendan Dassey's coming home to a hero's welcome -- from his parents, anyway -- and a room filled with reminders of how famous he's become while incarcerated for more than 10 years.
Brendan won't be going home to his old bedroom ... instead he has a newly furnished one in the Manitowoc County, WI home his family moved into about a year after his 2006 arrest.
It's loaded with a shrine of sorts -- posters, letters, even a guitar ... all sent from fans after "Making a Murderer" became a sensation. There's also a spot dedicated to WWE superstar John Cena. If you saw the Netflix series, you know one of Dassey's biggest complaints about getting arrested was missing Cena in WrestleMania 22.
We're told his family started prepping the room a week ago in hopes the judge would hand down a favorable ruling. As we've reported, Dassey could be released anytime between now and Friday evening.