‘Tiger King’ Sequel on Investigation Discovery Will Focus on Carole Baskin

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Hey there all you cool cats and kittens! Been wanting more Tiger King content in this crazy time? Well Investigation Discovery has you covered. After yesterday’s announcement that Tiger King would release a new episode on April 12 on Netflix, Investigation Discovery (ID) announced a new documentary series titled Investigating the Strange World of Joe Exotic that will focus on Carole Baskin and her missing-presumed-dead ex-husband, Don Lewis. ID released the following synopsis for the new series:

“This is the investigation you didn’t get to see, revealing the secrets only Joe knows, the exclusive footage that has never been shown and the search to answer the one question every person in America is asking themselves right now: although she’s denied it, is Carole Baskin responsible for the disappearance of her husband, Don Lewis?

But neither the mystery nor the investigation stops there. What skeletons is Joe still hiding within his untold past? Is his conviction truly justified? Who is Jeff Lowe and what does the FBI really know? What secrets lie hidden within Doc Antle’s walls?”

Tiger King has been a runaway hit for Netflix. The true crime series focuses on the secrets and lies in the world of Joe Exotic, a larger-than-life figure in the big cat community, and his long-running feud with Carole Baskin. Along the way, viewers are given an unfiltered view of the world of big cats, with shocking twists and discoveries that has the audience demanding answers.

Tiger King: Murder, Mayhem and Madness is available to stream now on Netflix, with a new episode dropping April 12. There is no premiere date set for Investigating the Strange World of Joe Exotic. 

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By Jules
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