Tiger King: Murder, Mayhem, and Madness have a common streaming option since their premiere on March 20, 2020, for people who want to move their focus from coronavirus outbreak. Tiger King’s season 1 is based mainly on animal breeder Joe Exotic and investigates incidents leading to the killing of fellow tiger enthusiast Carole Baskin.
Divided into seven series, Season 1 of the Tiger King on Netflix is followed by Joseph Maldonado-Passage, the founder of the Greater Wynnewood Exotic Animal Park. The first episodes detail his personal and professional history and his dislike for Big Cat Rescue’s creator Baskin. Joe claims that for business reasons, Carole killed her first husband, which helped her to grow Big Cat Rescue while maintaining full social media attention.
Season 1 of the Tiger King records a sub-contract involving businessman Jeff Lowe, who is attempting to fund Joe’s park, but discovers that the “Tiger King” is misappropriating federal campaign funds. Meanwhile, many people interviewed offer their views on Joe, Carole, and the status of American tigers. Eric Goode and Rebecca Chaiklin directed Tiger King Season 1 on Netflix.
Reasons Why Tiger King Should Be Renewed
#1. What Happens To Jeff Lowe And Doc Antle?
Many unanswered questions, including Jeff Lowe’s and Doc Antle’s, are in series one. But a second series can fix this.
Following his detention, Jeff Lowe subsequently bought Joe’s zoo and is now CEO. He was said to have been convicted of sexual violence before that day and also had tiger cubs in a suitcase secretly smuggled.
#2. Baskin To Refute Allegations
In theory, Tiger King’s second season at Netflix would allow Baskin to refute allegations made in the first season while investigating its Big Cat Rescue operation. The roles will eventually be reversed, with Joe now serving his sentence.
Theoretically, Lowe might also be part of season 2 of the Tiger King, at least if he’s still a free man and is not guilty of any crime as the Documents of Netflix said.
#3. Doc Antle’s Interview
Also, Doc Antle may be able to be interviewed again — but maybe not, as he is unfortunate about being depicted as a religious leader who cremates tiger cubs.
#4. A Bigger Picture
In addition to the key subjects, Season 2 of Tiger King may also discuss the broader picture. After all, Baskin claimed that she was deceived with the idea presented and did not know that the story was sensationalized.
#5. Exotic Animals
In Tiger King season 2 on Netflix, at least one episode is possibly a good idea for the producers to devote to the exotic animals in particular, how and why they end up in the hands of people like Joe Exotic, Carole Baskin and Doc Antle.