Tiger King, the massively common 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 simply introduced the second season, which it’s calling Tiger King 2, on Thursday as part of a short trailer revealing many different true crime exhibits heading to the streaming service. Netflix is promising that it’ll have “just as much mayhem and madness” as the primary season. Whereas it’s unclear precisely what the second season could be about, Netflix’s Tudum trailer confirmed a short clip of Joe Unique, the primary focus of the primary season, in jail, so it may focus partially on that.
Tiger King’s first season was a cultural sensation; in a press launch, Netflix said that it “attracted 64 million households in the first four 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.