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Tiger King Joe Exotic’s husband Dillon Passage confirms ‘live reunion’ episode for Netflix hit


TIGER King star Dillon Passage has offered further details of the rumored extra episode thought to be dropping on Netflix this week.

Two days after Jeff Lowe revealed cameras had been back filming at the Oklahoma zoo formerly owned by Joe Exotic, Dillon told Andy Cohen that he understood it would be a "live episode, kind of like a reunion".

Admitting that "Netflix didn't contact me to apart of that", Dillon - who married Joe in December 2018, two weeks after they met - said he had "no idea" if Carole Baskin would be involved.

"It's more like a talent interview," he told Andy on his Sirius XM radio show, " that's how [the producer] described it."

Tiger King is based on the incredible true story of Joe Exotic, a wildcat enthusiast who owned numerous tigers, lions and other large animals he kept at the G.W. Zoo in Oklahoma.

The seven-part series focuses not just on his bizarre behavior but also Joe’s undying hatred for animal rights activist Carole Baskin.

His loathing for her takes a much darker turn when he pays a hitman to bump her off, and he is now serving 22 years in prison for the hit.

In a video message, Lowe - Exotic's former business partner - spilled the beans, admitting that "Netflix is adding one more episode" and it will be "airing next week" on the streaming service.

"They are filming here tomorrow," he shared.

Recently speaking to Netflix from inside his four walls, Exotic admitted he has now been faced with the same circumstances of his animals.

He said: "Go sit in a cage with your animals for a week."

"When I left the zoo and sent my chimpanzees to the sanctuary in Florida and imagined what my chimpanzees went through for 18 years, I am ashamed of myself."

Tiger King Joe Exotic admits he’s ‘ashamed’ of caging wild animals in first jailhouse interview

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