If you are in most of the people with access to Netflix who practice social distancing during this crazy time, you have probably seen the Netflix docuseries, Tiger king. The crazy show follows people at the heart of America's "big cat community", namely Exotic Joe, former owner of the Wynnewood Great Exotic Animal Park, and its employees, other big cat park owners, their enemies and foes, murder plots, husbands and fans. The series gets weirder as it progresses, and it's like a train wreck from which you can't look the other way.
For those of you who wish there was more to the story than the handful of episodes in the document, the ID channel backs it up. They are developing a follow-up of Tiger kingcalled Investigating the strange world of Joe Exotic. Deadline says this series asks "questions like whether Carole Baskin was a disinterested protector of animals or whether she orchestrated the disappearance of her husband Don Lewis", and also claims that "it will reveal the & # 39; secrets & # 39; that only Joe Exotic He knows and presents exclusive footage that has not been released. He will also ask what skeletons Joe hides, whether his conviction is warranted, who Jeff Lowe is and what the FBI knows and what secrets are hidden within the walls of Doc Antle. "
It looks like it will be an interesting follow-up. I know there is much more to delve into the story, as the conspiracies and secrets have only just begun to be dissected. Henry Schleiff, chairman of the ID group, said this of the project:
Viewers are understandably enthralled by Netflix Tiger kingBut the millions of true crime fans around the world were left wanting more. ID is the perfect place to find the inevitable sequel to this drama: a missing husband, a hitman, and the illegal exotic animal business. It's time to let the cat out of the bag and address the lingering questions that viewers demand to be answered. "
Are you interested in delving into the story of Joe Exotic and his world?