Netflix’s Tiger King 2 Review: The Topsy-Turvy Planet Of Joe Exotic Fails To Urge

Tiger King 2 is a crime docuseries directed by Eric Goode and Rebecca Chaiklin and stars Joe Exotic, Carole Baskins, Jeff Lowe, and Tim Stark. It consists of five episodes and is currently streaming on Netflix with a run time of 40 to 45 minutes with audio in English. Tiger King 2 is the second instalment of the popular true-crime documentary Tiger King that occurred in the US.

Netflix describes the docuseries as:

“More outrageous allegations. More eye-opening revelations. The mind-blowing saga of Joe Exotic, Carole Baskin and Jeff Lowe is far from over”.

Tiger King 2 review does not contain spoilers –

Tiger King received a positive response after its release and season 2 became the much-awaited series of the franchise. The first part presented a messy rivalry between the accused murderer Joe Exotic and Tiger rescuer Carole Baskin. Part 2 has the footage of Joe from prison. Carole Baskin’s old footage is used in this season as she had refused to be a part of it due to a dispute with Royal Goode Productions. Tiger King 2 is all about exploring the charming lives of the icons featured in the part one of the series.

Joe’s contract killing ploy and Don Lewis’s missing plot surround the major segments of the docuseries. This series also features some new characters who divulge some important details and information about Joe Exotic and Carole Baskin. We see Joe’s brother Yarri Schreibvogel who is not on good terms with him followed by Joe’s former fiancee Kimberley Craft present an understanding of Joe’s egotistic and childhood scenario.

Carole’s ex-boyfriend Alan Schreier also makes his presence in this series to talk about her. The series is surely provocative and investigative in nature as the atmosphere turns volatile each time there is some revelation and shocking truth. Don Lewis’s daughters step in to investigate their father’s death which leads them to some dark realisations about him.

The series takes a thrilling and suspenseful turn as Don Lewis’s disappearance is examined. Episodes 4 and 5 are the highlight of the entire series as the central activity takes birth there. The attention from Don Lewis is shifted back to Joe Exotic’s attempt to murder Carole Baskin, his life in jail and the repercussions of his confinement.

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Image Credit: A Still from the trailer of Tiger King 2

Summing up: Tiger King 2

Jeff Lowe and Tim Stark also come into the picture and reveal certain astonishing facts about Joe Exotic. Tiger King 2 may be shorter in episodes as compared to its previous season but is mysterious, intriguing, and filled with interesting twists and turns. The climax and end part of the docuseries is rewarding and worthwhile giving an insight into the future storyline. Though it did not manage to outdo the success of its former version still is recommended for people who love watching crime, suspense, cliff-hanger, and enigmatic content.

Tiger King 2 is streaming now on Netflix.

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Tiger King 2 goes up one level high in presenting the wilder version of illegal rearing of big cats, a murder mystery, high hullabaloo and drama.

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