The internet can't stop swooning over the silver fox reporter from 'Making A Murderer'

Steven Avery, the subject of Netflix's <i>Making A Murderer</i>.

Steven Avery, the subject of Netflix's Making A Murderer. Photo: Netflix

If, like most of the world, you spent the holidays bingeing on Netflix's incredible true crime series Making A Murderer, you'd be familiar with the travesties of justice that are the cases of Steven Avery and his nephew Brendan Dassey, two Manitowoc County residents relentlessly pursued by crooked cops and sent to prison for crimes that all evidence seems to indicate they didn't commit.

You'd probably also be familiar with that ridiculously good-looking silver fox reporter who regularly popped up at the trial's courtside press conferences. He had the face of a teenage soap opera star, the hair of a retired diplomat, and the reporting zeal of a real-life April O'Neill.  

Now, years after the events depicted in the series have wrapped up, the guy - known to his friends as Aaron Keller, NBC26 correspondent - has become an internet superstar.

Viewers love him, and they're letting everyone know.


Not too surprisingly, he's not the only breakout star from the series.

Others have set their legal crush sights on Steven Avery's defense team, who probably have important last names cultivated by years of respectable lawyering, but are now known to the world mainly as 'Dean + Jerry <3 <3 <3'.

Good to see we're all focused on the important issues from this legal injustice. While we're at it, someone needs to do a street-style blog on Pa Avery's rad backwoods chic.