The second season of Tiger King will be coming to Netflix this week.

Fans will be able to catch up on Joe Exotic and his tigers as well as Carole Baskin.

The first series came out in March last year as the UK was first put into lockdown. Tiger King soon became a lockdown staple, with people all over the country spending their free time watching the show.

A trailer to the second season was released in October and it showed a number of conservationists and their conflicts, with the trailer saying it had only "scratched the surface" of this world.

Tiger King and Carol Baskin legal controversies

It recently emerged that Carol Baskin is suing Netflix for footage of her used in the second season of the show.

Baskin filed a lawsuit in Florida saying she only signed appearance release forms for the original episodes, which prominently explored the mysterious disappearance of her previous husband.

She and her husband Howard are demanding the footage of them be removed from Tiger King 2.

Netflix has responded to the claims, saying she has “no claim at all”.

Press Association reported that a Florida judge denied a motion for a temporary restraining order that would block footage of Baskin and her husband in the second season of Tiger King.

The judge ruled that the Baskins “are not entitled to the extraordinary remedy of a temporary restraining order, which would be entered before Defendants have had an adequate opportunity to respond”, according to court documents.

When does Tiger King 2 air?

Tiger King 2 will be available to watch on Netflix on Wednesday, November 17. It has not yet been confirmed how many episodes there will be.

Tiger King released as a TikTok Opera

The English National Opera (ENO) has recently teamed up with TikTok stars to turn the Netflix series, Tiger King, into a five-act “TikTopera”.

The musical sees singers and a full orchestra retell the docuseries through a five-part series of 60-second videos.

“The TikTopera is slightly mad, like Tiger King itself,” Stuart Murphy, chief executive of the ENO, told the PA news agency.

“It was a nightmare trying to get all the complexities of Tiger King into 60 seconds because there’s love, betrayal and even attempted murder.”

Tiger King 2 will be available to stream on Netflix on Wednesday, November 17.