The sequel to the most talked about show during the pandemic, Tiger King, is set to start it’s run on Nov. 17.
However, if Carole Baskin has her way, we won’t be able to binge it on Netflix.
Baskin is suing Netflix saying they can’t use past interviews and footage involving her in the sequel. The streaming service and the show’s production company say she signed over her rights.
We thought we'd seen it all — but we'd only scratched the surface
Tiger King 2 premieres November 17. pic.twitter.com/TuOy3BVJqP
— Netflix (@netflix) October 27, 2021
Netflix says Carole Baskin has "no claim" in suing over use of footage of her in Tiger King 2 https://t.co/5RqF1P9bRv
— BBC News (World) (@BBCWorld) November 9, 2021
Netflix Responds to Carole Baskin's Tiger King 2 Lawsuit, Says She Has 'No Claim at All' https://t.co/tHqxWdAxsp
— People (@people) November 9, 2021
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