King tiger, the hugely popular documentary strongly associated with the early days of the COVID-19 pandemic, will premiere on November 17, Netflix revealed at its Tudum event on Saturday.
Netflix just announced the second season, which it calls Tiger King 2, Thursday as part of a short trailer revealing plenty of other true-to-life crime shows heading to the streaming service. Netflix promises that it will have “as much chaos and madness” as the first season. While it’s unclear exactly what the second season might be talking about, Netflix’s Tudum trailer showed a brief clip of Joe Exotic, the primary focus of the first season, in prison, so that he can focus in part on that.
King tigerthe first season of was a cultural sensation; in a press release, Netflix said it “has attracted 64 million homes in the first four weeks after its premiere in March 2020”. By making a season 2, Netflix seems to be trying to regain this lightning popularity.