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One would think a docuseries can't really have a sequel per se, right? And it's not happening this time too. Sr the astronomical success of Tiger King: Murder, Madness & Mayhem has led the makers and the streamer to add more Tiger King soon.
The filmmakers behind Tiger King are at work on more true-life big-cat content for Netflix. What may be coming, and how they’re going about it, sheds new light on the controversial hit.
The docuseries, which debuted March 20, was the pandemic’s first pop culture phenomenon, a lurid mix of outsized character studies and ranging spectacle set amid America’s exotic animal scene.
Dr. James Liu, a wildlife veterinarian and field biologist who is the associate director of the Turtle Conservancy, contacted The Hollywood Reporter on Thursday, requesting contact information for Chris Lawrence, a former tiger handler for Siegfried & Roy’s Las Vegas show. Lawrence received national media attention in March 2019 when he was profiled in THR about his 15-year battle with PTSD following the infamous attack, which left Roy Horn permanently injured. (The handler, who was onstage during the mauling, disputed what he termed the pair’s “romanticized” narrative of what had occurred, detailing a mix of Horn’s own operational failures and errors as the culprit.)
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