Unless you live under a rock, you must be familiar with Netflix’s documentary series based on Joe Exotic. Just after a week of its release, Tiger King TV adaption is under the way and Kate McKinnon is to play a vital role.
This week’s top trending TV show featuring Joe Exotic has become a talk of the town
On the surface, it is a documentary series about private zoo owners and big cats collectors in the US. However, Tiger King shocks you and stuns you from the beginning with the absurdity of all people involved. Directed by Eric Goode and Rebecca Chaiklin, Tiger King features Joseph Maldonado-Passage a.k.a Joe Exotic, Carole Baskin, Doc Antle, Jeff Lowe and several others. Mainly, the topic of discussion is the breeding, abuse and business of big cats. However, at the heart of the series is years-long feud between Carole Baskin and Joe Exotic. Right after the release, the show was trending on social media and became popular. So much so that after just a week, Tiger King TV adaption is in the talks.
The only thing crazier than true crime is zoo crime!
And that's the centerpiece (though far from the whole story) of this rivalry between big cat eccentrics takes a dark turn when a controversial animal park boss is caught in a murder-for-hire plot pic.twitter.com/ZMKN3giP32
— Netflix (@netflix) March 20, 2020
While the details about fictional Tiger King TV adaption are not out, Kate McKinnon is said to have secured an essential role
Such is the obsession of people with this show that they want show’s TV adaption ASAP. Not only the general public, celebrities like Kim Kardashian and Cardi B are also talking about it. Although it is not picked up by any network yet, Kate McKinnon might be playing Carole Baskin in Tiger King TV adaption. Needless to say, Saturday Night Live’s Emmy winner seems to be a perfect choice for Baskin. However, Joe Exotic’s character is still up for grabs. Although we are sure that the makers of this epic show’s adaption will do a great job with the cast, we hope they don’t make any mistake. The TV adaption should be as crazy as the reality.