TV review: Tiger King’s return is a walk on the mild side
Netflix’s resurrection of its lockdown hit is lacking the element of surprise this time round
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Tiger King was the major breakout hit for the streaming service Netflix in the early days of lockdown in March 2020. This wasn’t surprising, as we hunkered down within our 5km bubbles in a world without vaccines to watch a show of flamboyant egomaniacs monetising big cats by giving the public access to them in tatty roadside zoos.
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