Almost two years after Netflix’s sensational documentary Tiger King premiering during the early stages of the COVID-19 lockdown, Peacock’s upcoming limited series Joe vs Carole There will be a unique new look at the controversial hostilities between zoo keepers Weird Joe and CEO of Big Cat Rescue, Carole Baskin. The recently released trailer for the series makes it clear that the show is taking a dynamic and humorous approach to a true story that is arguably more bizarre than the novel.
Series based on the Wonder . podcast Weird Joe hosted by Robert Moor, which means it will take a different perspective from the popular Netflix documentary. Joe Vs. Carole, as the title implies, will focus on Baskin and Exotic’s feud over how their big cats are treated differently, while Exotic runs his zoo for profit, Baskin runs an illegal sanctuary. profit. In the trailer, we can see Carole out loud her decision to go after her rival and shut down his ethically questionable business. The trailer also makes it clear that the two are willing to go to extreme measures to bring the other down. Joe angrily asserts, “You don’t know what I’m willing to do for my animals,” and shortly after we see Carole buying a gun capable of “stopping an assassin from following him.” “.
We know we’ll get our fair share of hilarious interpretations because John Cameron Mitchell and Kate McKinnon will play Exotic and Baskin respectively. Other members include Kyle MacLachlan like Howard Baskin, Brian Van Holt like John Reinke, Sam Keeley like John Finlay, Nat Wolf as Travis Maldonado, Marlo Kelly as Jamie Murdock, William Fichtner as Rick Kirkham, and Dean Winters as Jeff Lowe.
Showrunner, writer and executive producer Etan Frankel previously shared a statement in which he explained how they wanted to bring a different and uncharted version of this popular story to the screen and that McKinnon and Mitchell were the perfect actors to play. main role:
“I hope that when people watchJoe vs Carolejust maybe they’ll meet these people they think they already know in a whole new way. We knew it would take two extraordinary actors to portray these larger-than-life humans as complex three-dimensional individuals like them. John Cameron Mitchell is one of the most talented and caring actors I have ever worked with. He cares deeply about the job, and his performance is breathtaking. And Kate McKinnon is simply remarkable. She can make us double with laughter one moment and then break our hearts the next. It is thrilling to watch these two exceptional actors transform into these roles. “
In addition to Frankel, McKinnon also executive produced the series with Alex Katsnelson and Wondery’s Hernan Lopez, Marshall Lewyand Aaron Hart. The series’ co-directors are Tip Justinwho directed episodes 1,2,3,4 and 8, and Natalie Baileywho directed episodes 5, 6 and 7.
You’ll be able to revisit the crazy cats and kittens when the movie hits Peacock on Thursday, March 3. Check out the new images and trailer below:
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