The show will feature new interviews with Tiger King alumni John Reinke, Joshua Dial, John Finlay, Saff, Erik Cowie, Rick Kirkman, and Jeff and Lauren Lowe. Community star Joel McHale will host, promising an "eye-opening and hopefully funny" experience.
Famously peopled with a succession of unique and often troubling characters, the show focuses on bitter legal battles between Florida big cat rescuer Carol Baskin and Exotic, whose park she sought to have closed down.
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Joel interviews numerous main subjects from the series about their reactions to the show, as they bring fans deeper into the freaky and unbelievable world of Tiger King.
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The announcement comes after Jeff Lowe teased an eighth episode last week. The show is supposed to be about how former zoo owner Joe Exotic - legal name Joseph Maldonado-Passage - tried to hire someone to kill his mortal enemy Carole Baskin.
Tiger King: Murder, Mayhem and Madness has morphed into a pop culture phenomenon since its premiere on March 20, particularly while many are staying home due to the coronavirus pandemic.
The ID series will allegedly dig into Carole's husband Don Lewis' 1997 disappearance and show exclusive footage and secrets known only to Joe Exotic about Lewis.
Fans can get a closer look at the story of Joe Exotic in an upcoming FOX special on the subject, produced by TMZ.