Tiger King has been one of the most popular series on Netflix in recent memory. This documentary series has featured some of the most jaw-dropping and emotional moments we have seen recently. It majorly focuses on the bonding between a wild animal and a human being. The story is beautifully portrayed through the eyes of some who have to own up tigers. They have used all their affection, love and care to bring up the tigers in a habitable environment. They in turn have become the best friends and the only link to human bonding. Season 1 of the show was extremely exciting and brought us to tears of joy as we. There are talks that there will be a second season for the show. Here are some details provided that will improve your information base in this regard.
Netflix Has Not Confirmed Season 2
Talks about a second season for the show was in the air. But it seems it was all a hoax and based on hypothetical facts and figures of information. Netflix to date has not taken up the second season of the show in its release schedule. Thus there is very little possibility that there will be a Season 2 of the show at this point of time. Only if the OTT platforms confirm that they have taken up the show can there be a possibility? Otherwise, chances of reprisal are very bleak at this moment of time. All production activities have been massively damaged due to the impact of the ongoing Coronavirus infection.
There’s More Story in Process for Tiger King
Producers for the show have confirmed that there is the source material for Season 2. They have said that the writing of the storyline is still under process and they are finding out more facts about the documentary. Also, there is a huge amount of video footage that will uncover the further bonding between tigers and human beings. But for now, it is under the shelf. If the possibility of a second season arose in the near future, the production team would probably give a thought to that.
Video Footage for the next season
As mentioned earlier a large number of video clippings are still under the shelf. They were pre-recorded while the shooting for the first season was taking place. Public viewership of this footage can only take place after they are granted the necessary legal approval.