Atlantans react to hit Netflix docuseries ‘Tiger King’

According to Rotten Tomatoes, the Netflix true-crime docuseries is a huge hit and is currently the most popular show.

“Tiger King: Murder, Mayhem and Madness” premiered on March 10, but it recently boomed in popularity as many have remained at home amid social distancing. Atlanta was no different as they gathered around their screens to watch the crime series unfold.

The show follows the feud between big cat enthusiast Carole Baskin and exotic animal lover Joe Exotic. Ultimately, things take a deadly turn as the battle escalates.

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The twists and turns of the seven-episode set have led to plenty of reactions online — including some from Atlanta-area residents.

Many couldn’t help but think of the responses of the figures  in the series when a disfiguring incident occurred.

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Others, including friend of “The Real Housewives of Atlanta,” Tanya Sam,  simply let their own reactions fly.

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Many implored those who have yet to see “Tiger King” to give it a view.

One local decided that there was only a single person involved who made the most sense.