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Tiger King 2

By Melissa Camacho, Common Sense Media Reviewer

age 15+

Trashy docu sequel is crude and exploitative.

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The tawdry and convoluted series features members of the original Tiger King cast and a few new folks as they share their thoughts about Joe Exotic and his conviction and speculate about Carole Baskin. It shows how Joe Exotic has emerged from the story as a folk hero to many, despite being convicted of terrible federal crimes, while Baskin is vilified and continues to be an object of ridicule. But most of the focus is on the public's interest and investigations into Don Lewis' disappearance, which are fueled by Joe Exotic's claims that Baskin had him murdered. It also reveals the efforts made to rescue the animals being housed by some of the cast members. But outside of these updates, Tiger King 2 offers a rather dull, and very sordid, attempt to exploit the scandals revealed in the first season, while showcasing how people are making the most of the publicity they generated.

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