Netflix’s Aaron Hernandez doc is ‘outstanding’, ‘revolting’ and ‘wild’
‘I met Aaron in 2012 and thought he was the nicest dude ever’
Netflix has just released a documentary about former NFL player Aaron Hernandez and it’s already being called one of the most “outstanding” true crime documentaries yet.
The three part docuseries explores his crimes and includes exclusive courtroom footage and tapes of Hernandez’s phone calls from prison. People are saying how “wild” and “revolting” the true crime documentary is, with one person, who met Hernandez in the same year he was accused of murder, saying they can’t believe the series’ content.
Watching the Aaron Hernandez documentary on Netflix. It’s something.
— andy lassner (@andylassner) January 16, 2020
What is the Aaron Hernandez documentary about?
“Killer Inside: The Mind of Aaron Hernandez” is all about the life and crimes of the NFL player. The Netflix synopsis for the show says the series is “examining what led to the murderous fall and shocking death of former NFL superstar Aaron Hernandez.”
The documentary takes you through the struggles in his early life, how he became one of the biggest NFL players of his generation and then ended up as a convicted killer. Hernandez was charged with first degree murder in 2013, just a year after signing a $40 million contract with the New England Patriots football team. He was found guilty in 2015 and then died by suicide in 2017.
The Aaron Hernandez documentary is being called ‘outstanding’ and ‘revolting’
The reviews of the Aaron Hernandez documentary show it’s got people thinking a lot. One tweet described it as “outstanding”, whilst another added that the story is “revolting”.
Ok the Aaron Hernandez documentary is outstanding so far but I just spit out my water laughing when they asked Robert Kraft what his job is in a COURTROOM under OATH and he said “whatever they ask me to do” like a middle class sitcom dad to a waitress at The Cheesecake Factory
— Sara Civ (@SaraCivian) January 16, 2020
— BMore (@BMORE0831) January 16, 2020
Another person added that they had met Aaron Hernandez in 2012, the same year he was investigated over a double murder. The tweet read: “Bro this Aaron Hernandez documentary is wild. In 2012 I met him in Aruba and had a full conversation with him and thought he was the nicest dude ever. Shit’s crazy.”
Bro this Aaron Hernandez documentary is fucking wild. In 2012 I met him in Aruba and had a full conversation with him and thought he was the nicest dude ever. Shits crazy pic.twitter.com/1Kgc2z2LjW
— NYY 2020 Champs (@Max_Wasserman) January 16, 2020
More reviews added that the three-part documentary is definitely a binge watch, saying: “Don’t start the Aaron Hernandez documentary until you have three full hours free because you ain’t turning that thing off.”
Yeah don't start the Aaron Hernandez doc until you have three full hours free because you ain't turning that thing off.
— Burgundy Blog (@BurgundyBlog) January 16, 2020
More tweets described the doc as “wild”, “sad” and “crazy”.
This Aaron Hernandez documentary is wild and sad af he had all the potential in the world and lost it battling demons since he was a kid.
“I was the happiest little kid ever and you fucked me up” Just love your kids, listen to them, and teach them how to communicate. #RIP
— Nataly (@vibinwithbuddha) January 16, 2020
Holy shit this #AaronHernandez documentary is crazy AF
— Nikki's Novel Niche (@NikkisNvelNiche) January 16, 2020
this aaron hernandez documentary is so wild man
— reverend bill (@BillRatchet) January 16, 2020
the new Aaron Hernandez documentary got me like: pic.twitter.com/h93jWyNZcL
— A D R I (@_adrianadiazz) January 16, 2020
Watch the trailer for ‘Killer Inside’ here:
Killer Inside: The Mind of Aaron Hernandez is available on Netflix now. For all the latest Netflix news, drops and memes like The Holy Church of Netflix on Facebook.