Netflix's New True-Crime 'Killer Inside' Looks Like Its Darkest One Yet
We're only just recovering from binge-watching You - and now the streaming platform is has already come through with our new obsession.
The three-part series covers the life of former NFL star, Aaron Hernandez who between the years of 2007 and 2013, was in court for six shootings, in which three people lost their lives.
Posting a trailer online this morning, Netflix promised to "go beyond the headlines" revealing how the footballer "went from in-demand athlete to wanted man".
And if the trailer is anything to go by, true crime fans will not be disappointed.
The New England Patriots star signed a five-year $40 million (£30.4 million) deal with the club in 2010, but just three years in and he was convicted for the murder of his future brother-in-law, Odin Lloyd as well as the double murder of two Boston men that had taken place in 2012.
He was sentenced to serve life in prison without the chance of parole. In 2017, the footballer went on to commit suicide in his cell in Massachusetts.
The Netflix show, which will air on January 15th, explores the life of Hernandez - from his troubling and often abusive upbringing, to his battles with violence and drugs.
Go beyond the headlines and find out how Aaron Hernandez went from in-demand athlete to wanted man.
Killer Inside: The Mind of Aaron Hernandez premieres January 15 pic.twitter.com/ZY5N8IoirW
- See What's Next (@seewhatsnext) January 7, 2020
The documentary is also set to feature exclusive courtroom footage as well as Hernandez's phone calls from prison.
There'll also be a series of interviews from those who knew the footballer, giving viewers a glimpse into his life in and out of the courtroom.
True crime fans are already looking forward to getting stuck into the docuseries, with one explaining they had been "waiting" for the show for weeks, while others tagged mates to plan a binge-watch sesh.
We know what we'll be watching on January 15th...
Killer Inside: The Mind of Aaron Hernandez will air on Netflix on January 15th.
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