A waste of time.
That’s pretty much the verdict that a number of reviewers have come to after watching the new season of ‘Tiger King’.
The second season of the Netflix hit was released on Wednesday and has been long awaited, but we could well have waited a little longer.
At least if one is to believe The Times’ review, which describes the action in the series as being about ‘unpleasant and worthless types who say unpleasant and worthless things’.
The newspaper has given the new season two out of five stars, which is a whole one star more than VG’s reviewer, who has only acknowledged with a single star.
According to the Norwegian media’s review, this is a completely indifferent successor, which should never have been made.
‘Those are boring 200 minutes of your life that you will not get again. Or 1,800 minutes in cat life, “reads the brutal sentence.
VG also points out the oddity in that Netflix has chosen to make season two, even though one main character, Joe Exotic, is in jail while the other, Carole Baskin, has refused to star.[display-posts orderby="rand"]
‘Netflix has really pushed five episodes out of nowhere. And they have really pushed hard. We’re talking about a mayonnaise tube to the very last drop, ”it reads.
Neither the Independent nor The Telegraph have nice words left for the new season.
Both newspapers have given one star, and the former’s reviewer calls the series ‘a clammy did-we-not-just-do-good-honor round for Netflix itself’.
“Everything is disgusting,” reads the verdict in the former’s review, while The Telegraph calls the season ‘a meaningless sequel to a series we were already tired of’.
If, despite the so far bad reviews, you still want to give ‘Tiger King 2’ a shot, then it can be seen on Netflix from 17 November.