Kate McKinnon seen as Carole Baskin for the first time while filming a new ‘Tiger King’ series

By Sarah Curran.

3 hours ago

Kate McKinnon embraces animal prints and says “hello” to all the “cool cats and kittens” as she transforms into Carole Baskin for an upcoming TV series.

The “Saturday Night Live” star was discovered as the big cat rescue reserve owner for the first time while filming scenes for the show on Australia’s Gold Coast.

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Kyle MacLachlan, who plays Baskin’s husband, Howard Lewis, was also seen filming on Friday, October 8th.

Kate McKinnon, Kyle MacLachlan.  Photo: Backgrid
Kate McKinnon, Kyle MacLachlan. Photo: Backgrid
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While Netflix’s “Tiger King” documentaries made headlines last year, the new series based on the Wondery podcast centers on the rivalry between Baskin and Joe Exotic, which ultimately led to a murder-for-rent plot that landed the so-called Tiger King in jail.

Podcast synopsis also highlights Baskin’s “checkered past,” claiming “when the claws come out, Joe stops at nothing to reveal what he sees as her hypocrisy.”

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Dennis Quaid has also signed on to play reality show producer Rick Kirkman in the Peacock limited series, currently titled “Joe Exotic”.

Nat Wolff stars as Joe’s husband Travis Maldonado, with Brian Van Holt and Sam Keeley rounding out the cast.

A release date for the project has not yet been announced, but it will be broadcast on STACK TV and on the global TV app in Canada.

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