Tonight, TMZ Investigates is airing a special called Tiger King — What Really Went Down. The show is about Joe Exotic and following up with his case, along with investigating Carole Baskin and the possible cause of her husband’s disappearance. The show starts at 9:02 p.m. Eastern on Fox.
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‘TMZ Investigates: Tiger King’ Preview
Tonight’s show is hosted by TMZ’s Harvey Levin. The new show promises to bring new footage and revelations that weren’t in the documentary series. The show airs at 9 p.m. Eastern (8 p.m. Central.)
The official description for the series reads: “TMZ’s Harvey Levin Gives Viewers Unique Access To the Strange Twists and Turns Behind Joe Exotic’s Story. FOX presents a TMZ investigation behind the bizarre true-crime story EVERYONE is talking about, with exclusive interviews and never-before-seen footage. This one-hour special will delve into what really went down, with the interviews only TMZ can get, exploring outstanding questions about whether or not Joe Exotic is guilty, an inside look into Carole Baskin’s husband’s disappearance and the current status of the new investigation.”
At least 15 people will be interviewed by Harvey Levin, New York Post reported. This will include a law enforcement official who believes Don Lewis, Carole Baskin’s second husband, was indeed murdered. A sheriff will talk about evidence he’s looking at, along with a woman who was one of the last people to see Lewis alive and will speak out for the first time.
The show will also consider whether Joe Exotic was framed in the murder-for-hire plot, if Joe Exotic really abused his animals, and the current status of the investigations connected to Joe Exotic or Carole Baskin.
Levin told New York Post: ““I’ve got a sheriff on the show who’s saying he thinks Joe was wrongly convicted … You’re going to have to decide whether that’s true or not. According to multiple people on our show, Joe told multiple people that he wanted Carole dead. He was obsessed and talked about it all the time. The interesting thing about that is if he really wanted her dead, typically you don’t tell the world you’re going to do it.”
Hillsborough County Sheriff Chad Chronister told TMZ that he believes Lewis had to be killed by two people if he was killed. Baskin has always said she had nothing to do with her husband’s disappearance.
Netflix just recently aired an aftershow about Tiger King that was hosted by Joel McHale, where he interviewed a number of people who were part of the documentary series. That new show appears on Netflix as Episode 8 in the Tiger King series and it’s called “The Tiger King and I.”
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