If you’ve been spending a lot of time and energy looking to and fro through Netflix’s new releases in the past couple of days, you unquestionably would have come across Tiger King: Murder, Mayhem, and Madness. The six-episode docuseries follows the account of private zoo proprietor, Joe Exotic, and his tirade against Big Cat Rescue CEO Carole Baskin.
Without diving deep down, we can guarantee this is one of the craziest docuseries we’ve found in quite a while. From Joe’s shocking outfits and bluegrass music recordings to the horrific homicide, the fight between Exotic and Carole Baskin makes for some must-see TV. Furthermore, it’s not simply us saying that. As per reports, another completely scripted series about the story is set to hit screens soon. It’ll be with Saturday Night Live most loved Kate McKinnon supposedly marking on to play Carole Baskin.
The reports aren’t new by any stretch of the imagination. Variety first dropped the bits of gossip back in November. However, with the Netflix series just being discharged this month, the new series launch may get a little bit delayed. Tiger King: Murder, Mayhem, and Madness are one of Netflix’s best performing appears. It is famous in particular for the fights between Carole Baskin and Joe. However, as Joe puts it, having a “gay, redneck, mullet-wearing, firearm toting, exotic zoo proprietor”. However, that doesn’t hurt the evaluations either.
For McKinnon, casting the role of the Carole Baskin is big news. At the core of the documentary are some deep questions. These questions surround the life of Baskin, a missing husband. It also talks about huge money and creepy past that may come back and bite her.