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What To Watch After "Tiger King"

"I'm outspoken, good looking, love to party and have fun." - Joe Exotic Netflix

Hey, all you cool cats and kittens! March’s release of Tiger King brought bingers together while social distancing, and understandably so. This Netflix docuseries had it all: murder-for-hire plots, big cats, polygamy, questionable haircuts, and country music videos just to name a few!

Where do we go from here? Check out fifteen series that TV Time users who watched Tiger King: Murder, Mayhem, and Madness also love and find more series for your watchlist! 

15. Dirty John


Stay true to your interests with another true crime tale. Based on the podcast of the same name, this drama is filled with secrets and manipulation; ending in terrifying consequences.

14. American Vandal


A story just as comical -- only this one is a parody. The Netflix mockumentary follows the aftermath of a high school prank that left cars vandalized with phallic images.

13. Fleabag

BBC Three/Amazon Prime

If you haven’t started Fleabag yet, today’s the day! The dry wit of Phoebe Waller-Bridge and the show’s cringe-worthy moments have you bingeing faster than you watched Tiger King.

12. Derry Girls

Continue your Netflix bingeing with Derry Girls as Erin and her friends navigate their teen years in ‘90s Northern Ireland.

11. Bob’s Burgers

An animated comedy about Bob Belcher, his wife, and three kids who run a family restaurant. If you can’t get “I Saw A Tiger” out of your head, wait until you hear all of the Belchers’ original songs!

10. Hunters

Amazon Prime Video

If heavier violence is what you’re looking for, Amazon Prime’s latest drama brings together a diverse band of Nazi hunters in ‘70s New York to prevent a potential Fourth Reich.

9. Arrested Development


If you love the dysfunction of Tiger King, you’ll love FOX’s comedy about the Bluth family! (Gob is the kind of guy who would work with tigers and Lindsay would find herself wrapped up with someone like Doc Antle.)

8. Living with Yourself

Tiger King was filled with reveals, and Living with Yourself has one major secret! When a man undergoes a mysterious treatment to fix his life, he ends up with a cloned version of himself and must keep the mistake hidden.

7. Love Is Blind


An addicting reality series that follows a group of people who have found love after having dates on opposite sides of a wall … What could go wrong?

6. The Outsider


HBO’s crime-drama follows an investigation of a murdered boy, but there’s more than meets the eye when supernatural forces work their way into the case.

5. Veep


Follow Selina Meyer as she realizes her job as Vice President of the United States is nothing like she’d hoped for in this political satire.

4. Conversations with a Killer: The Ted Bundy Tapes


Carole Baskin didn’t kill her husband (or so she says), but this notorious serial killer committed several murders.

3. Making a Murderer


The first big Netflix docuseries that had everyone talking! The Emmy award-winning true crime series tells the story of two men accused of a crime they may not have committed.

2. It’s Always Sunny in Philadelphia


Keep the craziness of Tiger King going with a gang of underachievers who constantly get themselves in bizarre situations.

1. Barry


Dive into a dramedy about a professional hitman! Bill Hader stars as Barry Berkman, a hitman who wants to leave his life behind to focus on his newfound passion -- acting. Be prepared: Season 2, episode 5 is arguably one of the best episodes of television in recent years!