If you are basically living on the OTT platforms amidst the Coronavirus lockdown, then you would definitely agree that currently Netflix’s docu-series Tiger King: Murder, Mayhem, and Madness also known as Tiger King is ruling and taking over the digital space. The series which was released earlier in March became the talk of the town in no time. Apart from Hollywood celebs, even the Bollywood celebs and Indian audience have been enjoying the series and are already a fan of it. However, there’s one person who seems to distance himself from watching this series and he is none other than The Duke Of Cambridge Prince William.
Yes, Tiger King is certainly not the choice for Prince William in this ongoing Coronavrius lockdown. Wondering why? Well, recently appeared on Stephen Fry's Big Night In and revealed that he and his wife Kate Middleton are not planning on watching the controversial series. While having a conversation, the 37-year-old Duke was asked, “By the way, have you seen anything good on TV? It's hell without 'EastEnders.” The host hinted towards Tiger King, to which William quipped, “I tend to avoid shows about royalty.” LoL. It looks like William is not going to join the fan list any time soon.
Meanwhile, we have reported recently that the most-talked-about docu-series Tiger King: Murder, Mayhem, and Madness has been watched by 64 million people, thus making it the most-watched show. Tiger King tied Stranger Things’ third season which was also watched by 64 million, as reported by The Verge.
Tiger King is an American true crime documentary miniseries about the life of zookeeper Joe Exotic. It stars Joe Exotic, Carole Baskin and Bhagavan Antle. ALSO READ: Tiger King Extra Episode 8 Review: Joe Exotic’s Ex-Husband Gets A Not-So-Exotic Dental Implant But The Rest Is One Huge Cavity
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