In a press release, Netflix said that Tiger King 2 will have "more madness and mayhem."
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Last Updated: 06.53 AM, Sep 24, 2021
Tiger King: Murder, Mayhem and Madness has a sequel coming on Netflix this year. The second instalment was announced as part of the streamer's upcoming slate of true-crime content.
The logline, mentioned in a press release, says that Tiger King 2 will have "more madness and mayhem."
Eric Goode and Rebecca Chaiklin are returning to direct alongside executive producers Chris Smith and Fisher Stevens. Goode and Chaiklin will also executive produce.
Netflix also released a compilation teaser of its slate, which features Joe Exotic making a call from prision where he is serving a 22-year-long sentence for plotting the murder of Carol Baskin.
Animal rights activist Baskin, who was accused of killing her first husband and then feeding his corpse to the wild cats in her facility, also makes an appearance.
Tiger King, which focused on the community of exotic wild cats conservationists and collectors in the US, was watched by 64 million households in the first four weeks of its premiere in March 2020, mentions the streamer in its press release.
Other films and series that will arrive in Netflix in 2022 are the three-part series The Puppet Master: Hunting the Ultimate Conman (January), The Tinder Swindler (February), Trust No One: The Hunt for the Crypto King, and the series Bad Vegan.