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“Tiger King” on Netflix: what we know about the 2nd season “even crazier”

Joe Exotic returns to Netflix in 2022. The American streaming platform promises a new season “even more crazy and chaotic”.

The Netflix platform announced Thursday the long-awaited sequel to the documentary series Tiger King: In the kingdom of the wild animals, to be broadcast in 2022 The first season captivated nearly 64 million viewers, cloistered in their homes because of the Covid-19 pandemic last year.

The series followed  the shenanigans and setbacks of “Joe Exotic” , an openly gay and colorful zoo owner ruling over a menagerie of felines, wacky employees and whimsical lovers. Real name Joe Maldonado-Passage, the “Tiger King” was sentenced to 22 years in prison for attempted murder and is currently in custody.

“Tiger King 2” will be “even crazier and more chaotic”, promises  Netflix , with a trailer where we can see Joe making a phone call from his prison as well as  Carole Baskin , animal protector Joe had tried to eliminate. Directors Eric Goode and Rebecca Chaiklin remain in command of season 2 of “Tiger King”, described by Netflix as a “cultural phenomenon”.

The first season focused on the intense rivalry between Joe Exotic and Ms. Baskin , who for years accused the eccentric businessman of mistreating his animals and vowed to bankrupt her zoo. There were also crazy rumors there that Carole Baskin had her husband eaten by the tigers . The latter denies any involvement in the disappearance of her husband.

‘Tiger King’ returns for ‘even crazier’ second season on Netflix Los Angeles (AFP) The sequel to the documentary series “Tiger King: In the Kingdom of the Wild”, which captivated millions of viewers cloistered because of the Covid-19 pandemic last year, will be broadcast in 2022, Netflix announced Thursday. The series followed the shenanigans and setbacks of “Joe Exotic”, an openly gay and colorful zoo owner ruling over a menagerie of felines, wacky employees

The sequel to the documentary series “Tiger King: In the Kingdom of the Wild”, which captivated millions of viewers cloistered because of the Covid-19 pandemic last year, will be broadcast in 2022, Netflix announced Thursday.

The series followed the shenanigans and setbacks of “Joe Exotic”, an openly gay and colorful zoo owner ruling over a menagerie of felines, wacky employees and whimsical lovers.

Real name Joe Maldonado-Passage, the “Tiger King” was sentenced to 22 years in prison for attempted murder and is currently in custody.

The first season of its misadventures was followed by 64 million homes around the world in the four weeks following its release, in March 2020.

“Tiger King 2” will be “even crazier and more chaotic”, promises Netflix, with a trailer where we can see Joe making a phone call from his prison as well as Carole Baskin, animal protector Joe had tried to get rid of.

Season 1 focused on the intense rivalry between Joe Exotic and Ms. Baskin, who for years accused the eccentric businessman of mistreating his beasts and vowed to bankrupt his zoo.

There were also crazy rumors there that Carole Baskin had her husband eaten by the tigers.

The latter denies any involvement in the disappearance of her husband.

In May, US authorities seized 68 wild animals housed in the zoo that belonged to Joe Exotic, now run by Jeffrey Lowe, Joe’s former partner, and his wife Lauren.

According to court documents, the wild animals were not fed, cared for, or sheltered adequately, so that three big cats under one year old have died of malnutrition, and two others in suspicious conditions, since September 2020.

Directors Eric Goode and Rebecca Chaiklin remain in command of season 2 of “Tiger King”, described by Netflix as a “cultural phenomenon”.

The Netflix platform announced Thursday the long-awaited sequel to the documentary series Tiger King: In the kingdom of wild animals, broadcast in 2022. The first season captivated nearly 64 million viewers, cloistered in their homes because of the Covid-19 pandemic last year.

The series followed the shenanigans and setbacks of “Joe Exotic”, an openly gay and colorful zoo owner ruling over a menagerie of felines, wacky employees and whimsical lovers. His real name is Joe Maldonado-Passage, the “King of the tigers” was sentenced to 22 years in prison for attempted murder and is currently in detention.

“Tiger King 2” will be “even crazier and more chaotic”, promises Netflix, with a trailer where we can see Joe making a phone call from his prison as well as Carole Baskin, protector of the animals that Joe had tried to have eliminated. Directors Eric Goode and Rebecca Chaiklin remain in command of season 2 of “Tiger King”, described by Netflix as a “cultural phenomenon”.

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