“Tiger King: Murder, Mayhem, and Madness” is a true-crime documentary Netflix Series. The main story of this Netflix series is based on the real-life of “Joseph Maldonado-Passage.”.
Release Date: March 20, 2020 Genres: Documentary, True crime
Short introduction about Joseph Maldonado-Passage:
Joseph Maldonado-Passage is a former zoo operator of the United States and famous for his name “Joe Exotic.”. In Oklahoma, he owned the “Greater Wynnewood Exotic Animal Park.”.
Joseph Maldonado professed to be the most productive raiser of tigers in the United States. He is also an American singer. But now police had arrested him in a murder case.
Born: March 5, 1963 Current Age: 57 years
Other names: Aarron Alex, Joe Exotic, Cody Ryan
Date apprehended: September 2018
I read from variety.com: According to the daily ranking reports of Netflix, “Tiger King: Murder, Mayhem, and Madness” became the most popular Netflix series on March 29. And in the past week, this Netflix season ranked in the top ten Netflix shows.
This Netflix series got the 8.1 ratings out of the ten and rated by the 5,300 persons. But if we compare its ratings with all-time ratings of other shows, it is not the most popular Netflix series. Almost 250 Netflix shows are more rated than this Netflix show.
For all those people who have a craving for Netflix crime shows and documentaries, based upon the wild animals and other drug addiction type topics, “Tiger King” is an excellent series for them.
Actors of Tiger King:
- Ryan Hurst as Erik Cowie
- Matthew McConaughey as John Reinke
- Ser Anzoategui as Kelci “Saff” Saffery
- Sean Penn as Jeff Lowe
- Jeremy Allen White as John Finlay
- Nat Wolff as Travis Maldonado
Is the Tiger King a real story?
This TV show collected the attention of the entire world facing the pandemic, with little else to remain inside and watch Netflix. It’s a convincing genuine crime story loaded with stuns, from murder-for-hire to a potential Nxivm-like sex faction.
Why is Tiger King in jail?
Tiger King is serving 22 years in government jail for attempting to employ a hired gunman to kill Baskin, distorting natural life records, and disregarding animal laws when he murdered and sold tigers.