Tiger King, the massively well-liked documentary closely related to the early days of the COVID-19 pandemic, will premiere on November 17th, Netflix revealed at its Tudum occasion on Saturday.
Netflix just announced the second season, which it’s calling Tiger King 2, on Thursday as part of a short trailer revealing many different true crime reveals heading to the streaming service. Netflix is promising that it’ll have “simply as a lot mayhem and insanity” as the primary season. Whereas it’s unclear precisely what the second season is perhaps about, Netflix’s Tudum trailer confirmed a quick clip of Joe Unique, the principle focus of the primary season, in jail, so it may focus partly on that.
Tiger King’s first season was a cultural sensation; in a press launch, Netflix said that it “attracted 64 million households within the first 4 weeks after its March 2020 premiere.” By making a season 2, Netflix appears to be trying to recapture that lightning-in-a-bottle reputation as soon as once more.