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'Tiger King' Reunion Show Reportedly Being Planned But Won't Feature Carole Baskin

By Clark Sparky

The Netflix documentary series "Tiger King: Murder, Mayhem and Madness" has been such a massive hit for the steaming service that there is now rumored to be a reunion show in the works. Although details are still unclear, one thing seems certain: Carole Baskin isn't interested in participating.

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A representative for the owner of Big Cat Rescue in Citrus Park, Florida told Entertainment Tonight in a statement "we have not been approached about a new episode and would not participate if asked."

Baskin is the nemesis of the show's star, Joe Exotic, who is currently serving a prison sentence for attempting to hire someone to kill her.

One of Exotic's ex-husbands, Dillion Passage, also said he wouldn't be doing a reunion show.

"It's going to be like a live-based episode, I believe. Kind of like a reunion. But no, Netflix did not contact me to be a part of that," he said on Sirius radio while appearing on Andy Cohen's show. "I'm not sure completely on the details. I only spoke with one of the producers a little while about it because I was asking her. I saw an article saying there was gonna be another episode dropped and I was kind of curious."


Exotic's former business partner, Jeff Lowe, claimed in a recent tweet that there is one more episode of the series to be aired on Netflix.

"Thank you for watching our show...You need a life, you just wasted seven hours on us," he said. "Take care, guys, we love you. Netflix is adding one more episode that will be on next week. We're filming here tomorrow. Take care, stay safe and put your mask on."

It's unclear at this time if that's true or not.

Another major character -- Doc Antle -- has expressed his displeasure with the series, too.

"We are very disappointed that our facility was mentioned in the new Netflix series. We can only assume it is because Doc Antle has been such a high profile wildlife personality for so many decades that his association would create more buzz," he wrote in an Instagram post.

He added: "It is important to understand that this series is not a documentary; it’s sensationalized entertainment with paid participants. Tiger King is the bizarre story of Joe and Carole and their feud.

"These characters are not representative of experts in the wildlife sector or world class facilities like ours here in Myrtle Beach. Myrtle Beach Safari has been recognized by the state of South Carolina as one of the pre-eminent wildlife facilities in the United States. We’ve also received international accolades for the critical role we provide with our qualified, captive breeding programs and our global conservation efforts of threatened and endangered species."

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