Coming to the streaming service on November 17, Tiger King 2 continues the saga of America’s most notorious big cat owners. Sudden fame and unwanted attention from the authorities turns up the heat and unearths some stunning revelations.
With Joe Exotic behind bars and Carole Baskin closing in on ownership of his disreputable zoo, the Emmy-nominated saga continues its twisted course with Tiger King 2 as newfound revelations emerge on the motivations, backstories, and secrets of America’s most notorious big cat owners.
Old enemies and frenemies, including Jeff Lowe, Tim Stark, Allen Glover, and James Garretson, return for another season of murder, mayhem, and madness. Tiger King 2 was directed and executive produced by Rebecca Chaiklin and Eric Goode. Chris Smith and Fisher Stevens also executive produced
The war for Eternia continues in Masters of the Universe: Revelation Part 2, launching on Netflix on Tuesday, November 23.
Masters of the Universe: Revelation is an innovative and action-packed animated series that picks up where the iconic characters left off. With Skeletor now wielding the Sword of Power, the weary heroes of Eternia must band together to fight back against the forces of evil in a thrilling and epic conclusion to the two-part series.
The cast includes Mark Hamill (Skeletor), Lena Headey (Evil-Lyn), Chris Wood (Prince Adam), Sarah Michelle Gellar (Teela), Liam Cunningham (Man-At-Arms), Tiffany Smith (Andra), Alicia Silverstone (Queen Marlena), Steven Root (Cringer), Diedrich Bader (King Randor), and Tony Todd (Scare Glow).
New cast members include Method Man (Clamp Champ), Dee Bradley Baker (Savage He-Man), and Danny Trejo (Ramm Man).
Showrunner Kevin Smith executive produces with Frederic Soulie (He-Man and the Masters of the Universe), Adam Bonnett (Descendants), Christopher Keenan (Justice League, Batman Beyond) and Rob David (He-Man and the Masters of the Universe).
Produced by Susan Corbin (He-Man and the Masters of the Universe), the series is written by Marc Bernardin (Castle Rock, Alphas), Eric Carrasco (Supergirl), Diya Mishra (Magic the Gathering) and Tim Sheridan (Reign of the Supermen).
And last but not least, the seven-episode limited series True Story will be available on Netflix November 24.
In True Story, a tour stop in Kid’s (Hart) hometown of Philadelphia becomes a matter of life and death for one of the world’s most famous comedians when the consequences of a lost evening with his wayward older brother (Snipes) threaten to destroy everything he’s built.
Stephen Williams (Watchmen, Lost) directs and executive produced the first three episodes and Hanelle Culpepper (Star Trek Picard, Kung Fu) directed the final four episodes.