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Tiger King 2 is coming to Netflix this year with ‘more mayhem’

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Netflix confirms the sequel to Tiger King  (Netflix)
Netflix confirms the sequel to Tiger King (Netflix)

Netflix confirmed the sequel to Tiger King will be available at our fingertips on the streaming service later this year.

The TV bosses promised “more mayhem and fun” with the second series which is coming soon.

It is a hotly-anticipated follow-up to Tiger King: Murder, Mayhem and Madness which invited everyone to meet the colourful characters in the big cat breeding world.

The announcement was shared with a single picture of a smiling Joe Exotic making a call from prison.

The first series swept the globe when the series made its debut on Netflix last year amid the coronavirus pandemic.

Its new synopsis read: “The global hit Tiger King, which attracted 64 million households in the first four weeks after its March 2020 premiere, will return to Netflix for more madness and mayhem.”

Many people flooded Twitter with their excitement about the new series coming to Netflix.

Directors Eric Goode and Rebecca Chaikin returned to work on the docuseries.

No further details have been released as fans wait in anticipation.

A date has yet to be confirmed for the TV series.

The furious feud between the larger than life Exotic and big cat rescue owner Carole Baskin played out in front of the cameras on the first series.

Exotic remains behind bars after he was jailed for 17 federal charges of animal abuse and two counts of attempted murder for hire against Ms Baskin.

It comes as Tiger King zookeeper Eric Cowie was found dead aged 53.

He rocketed to fame on the Netflix show Tiger King: Murder, Mayhem and Madness alongside Exotic.

Earlier this month, it was reported the Netflix star was found “lying down face down” in bed in New York City.

A law enforcement source told TMZ: “There’s nothing suspicious about the death at this point, and no drugs were found on the scene, though a toxicology test will likely still be performed.”

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