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Aaron Hernandez had everything going for him, including a great career as one of the best football players, a fiancee, millions of fans, and money. But even all of that could not stop him from walking a dark and dangerous path to destruction. Audiences witness the true story behind Aaron Hernandez from those who knew him best, including his fiancee and mother of his only child, Shayanna Hernandez, and his friends and former teammates. Viewers get a look into why a multi-million dollar football player who loved his family ended up with a murder conviction.

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The untold true story of NFL superstar Aaron Hernandez from the viewpoint of those who knew him best strips away the layers to answer the many questions left behind after Hernandez's tragic death.
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The untold true story of NFL superstar Aaron Hernandez from the viewpoint of those who knew him best strips away the layers to answer the many questions left behind after Hernandez's tragic death.
aired 442 days ago
Aaron Hernandez faces a new accusation, this time of double murder; in court footage and interviews, one of the country's best lawyers defends Hernandez; just as things start looking hopeful, Aaron's darkest secret is revealed.
aired 443 days ago
Aaron's fiancée Shayanna and friends discuss the struggle accepting Aaron's new reality behind bars; through the murder trial of Odin Lloyd, sisters become torn apart and Aaron's conviction seals his fate.
aired 443 days ago
Investigators paint a dark image of Hernandez through definitive interviews detailing their strong murder case against him -- including damning surveillance video from his home, business and residential areas.
aired 444 days ago
A detailed look at Aaron Hernandez's life, a millionaire athlete with a fiancée and baby, convicted of murder; new details and never-before-seen interviews explain his troubled past and murder allegations.

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