Carole Baskin, one of many large cat purveyors featured in Netflix’s hit docu-series Tiger King, is not going to be taking part in its second season — and as an alternative is getting her personal Discovery+ present the place she’ll examine Joe Excotic’s former zoo.
In Carole Baskin’s Cage Combat, Baskin, her husband Howard, Joe Unique’s niece and a group of traders will comb over the property of the previous G.W. Zoo — which Baskin was awarded as results of a lawsuit between her and Unique — searching for proof of earlier animal abuse and mistreatment, based on The Hollywood Reporter.
Final month, Netflix introduced a second season of Tiger King will probably be launched later this yr, a observe as much as the primary season that grasped the world’s consideration throughout the onset of the coronavirus pandemic in March 2020 and captured the eyes of 34 million viewers within the first 10 days after its launch.
Although footage of Baskin appeared within the trailer for Tiger King 2, a consultant for Baskin instructed Forbes she “refused” to take part in it and referred to as it a “false portrayal.”
Carole Baskin’s Cage Combat premieres on the streaming service on November 13.
“We have been instructed Tiger King was a documentary in regards to the abuse of untamed animals. It turned out to be a actuality TV present at finest,” Baskin says within the Cage Combat trailer.
Tiger King centered on the extreme feud between Baskin and Unique, whose actual title is Joseph Maldonado-Passage. The previous zoo proprietor and presidential candidate is presently in jail serving a 22-year sentence for a murder-for-hire plot to kill Baskin. Tiger King additionally delved into theories that Baskin was allegedly behind the disappearance of her former husband Don Lewis, which she denied. Baskin had lengthy accused Unique of mistreating the animals he stored on his property and ignoring their wellbeing to prioritize leisure worth.
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