Hey, all you cool cats and kittens: “Tiger King 2” is unquestionably coming to a TV display close to you quickly.
Netflix formally confirmed that it has developed a follow-up to the wild documentary that dominated viewers’ consideration in early 2020.
Followers will bear in mind “Tiger King: Homicide, Mayhem and Insanity” because the miniseries that adopted the lifetime of zookeeper Joe Unique, who’s now serving a federal jail sentence for murder-for-hire and animal trafficking, and his ongoing rift with huge cat conservationists like Carole Baskin, proprietor of Massive Cat Rescue in Florida.
In a quick clip launched Thursday teasing Netflix’s slate of recent true crime content material, the platform confirmed what’s to return within the second “Tiger King,” with snippets of Baskin in her signature animal prints and Joe Unique calling from jail.
It’s not clear when the sequence is slated to drop, however THR notes that will probably be this yr, so seize your favourite cheetah-print high and prepare.