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Tiger King Season 2 Drops On Netflix On Wednesday 17th November

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Tiger King Season 2 Drops On Netflix On Wednesday 17th November

Calling all cool cats and kittens! Tiger King 2 drops on Netflix this week it's set to be "just as dramatic" as the first season.

The second series, spread out over seven episodes, will revisit the most notorious figures as the first installment with Joe Exotic appearing from jail.

Watch the trailer below *warning, strong language ahead*:

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Netflix said: "With Joe Exotic behind bars and Carole Baskin closing in on ownership of his disreputable zoo, the Emmy-nominated saga continues its twisted course with Tiger King 2 as newfound revelations emerge on the motivations, backstories, and secrets of America's most notorious big cat owners.

"Old enemies and frenemies, including Jeff Lowe, Tim Stark, Allen Glover, and James Garretson return for another season of murder, mayhem, and madness. Thought you knew the whole story? Just you wait."

The show will also look further into the disappearance of Don Lewis. Carole Baskin, who was married to him at the time, has denied any involvement and the new series may look at theories to where the missing-presumed-dead man could be.

The series also looks at Joe Exotic's defenders (Credit: Netflix)
The series also looks at Joe Exotic's defenders (Credit: Netflix)
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Speaking to Entertainment Daily, producer Rebecca Chaiklin promised: "It'll be just as dramatic and just as colorful as what has unfolded these past few years."

The second instalment will also show us some of the "crazy amount of footage" leftover from season one.

Fellow producer Eric Goode also said: "There are a lot of questions that people would like answered, and we will see if we can answer those.

Carole Baskin is suing Netflix over season two and its trailer for breaching her contract (Credit: Netflix)
Carole Baskin is suing Netflix over season two and its trailer for breaching her contract (Credit: Netflix)
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"We do have a ton of footage. We did film [more] after we locked picture. We did film the sentencing [of Joe Exotic] and John [Finlay] with his new teeth."

The second season has already received some heat as Carole Baskin, the 60-year-old animal activist, announced she was suing Netflix and Royal Goode Productions over footage used in the trailer and second season.

She claims they are breaching terms of her contract as her and her husband claim that they only agreed for footage of them to be used in the first documentary, and did not wish to be shown in "any sequel".

Tiger King 2 is now available to watch on Netflix.

Featured Image Credit: Netflix

Topics: Tiger King, TV and Film, True Crime, Netflix

Charlotte Forrester
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