Carole Baskin, one of the big cat purveyors featured in Netflix’s hit Diksha-series tiger king, won’t participate in its second season — and is instead getting her own Discovery+ show where she’ll investigate Joe Exotic’s former zoo.
In Carol Baskin’s Cage Fight, Baskin, her husband Howard, Joe Exotic’s niece and a team of investors will comb the former GW Zoo property—which Baskin was awarded as a result of a lawsuit between her and Exotic—for evidence of past animal abuse and abuse. looking for, according to Hollywood Reporter.
Last month, Netflix released . announced the second season of tiger king The follow-up to the first season, which caught the world’s attention during the start of the coronavirus pandemic in March 2020, will be released later this year and has captured the eyes of 34 million viewers in the first 10 days after its release.
Although footage of Baskin appeared in the trailer tiger king 2, a representative for Baskin told Businesshala She “denies” participating in it and called it a “false portrayal”.
Carol Baskin’s Cage Fight Premieres on the streaming service on November 13.
“We were told that Tiger King is a documentary about exploitation of wild animals. It turned out to be a reality TV show at best,” says Baskin. cage fight Trailer.
tiger king Focused on the intense feud between Baskin and Exotic, whose real name is Joseph Maldonado-Passage. The former zoo owner and presidential candidate is serving a 22-year sentence for conspiracy to kill Baskin. tiger king Theories also delved into that Baskin was allegedly behind the disappearance of her ex-husband, Don Lewis, which she denied. Baskin has long accused Exotic of mistreating the animals kept on his property and ignoring their well-being by prioritizing entertainment value.
Netflix to release second season of ‘Tiger King’ (Businesshala)
‘Tiger King’ watched by 34 million people in its first ten days on Netflix (Businesshala)