John Reinke, right-hand man to Tiger King star Joe Exotic, claims Netflix producers have “hundreds of hours of unused footage” from the filming of the present.
After debuting on the streaming service earlier this yr, Tiger King: Murder, Mayhem and Madness proved a success with viewers throughout the COVID-19 lockdown, and have become one of the most-viewed collection in Netflix historical past.
Reflecting on the likelihood of a second season of the present, Reinke teased: “There’s a lot extra content material that must be in there and I do know Netflix have footage for 2 or three extra episodes. The Network stated they will be in contact with me about it…. “There’s nonetheless a bunch of different footage on the market.
“Joe had a bunch of administrators via the zoo at varied factors and so they took the footage with them,” he added, reported Britain’s Daily Mail newspaper.
“They filmed everything and took what they had on video with them. That footage is also likely to surface at some point.”
Tiger King follows the exploits of Joe Exotic, a prolific tiger breeder, who ran a well-liked unlawful zoo in Oklahoma and was sentenced to 22 years in jail for plotting to kill animal rights activist Carole Baskin and different wildlife violations.
Numerous spin-off collection are reportedly within the works, with Nicolas Cage tapped for an eight-part collection revolving across the life of Joe Schreibvogel, an eccentric zookeeper in Oklahoma, who fights to maintain his park open, in response to Variety.
Another Tiger King collection, starring Ghostbusters’ Kate McKinnon, can be in improvement.
She’ll painting a personality based mostly on Baskin, the proprietor of Big Cat Rescue in Florida and also will government produce the scripted present, based mostly on tales from the Joe Exotic: Tiger King podcast.