‘Tiger King 2’ First Look Asks What Really Happened to Carole Baskin’s Missing Husband (Video)

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A shot of Joe Exotic from "Tiger King's" first episode

The second season of Netflix’s hit show “Tiger King” revealed a first-look clip on Monday, which centers around the curious case of Carole Baskin’s missing husband.

The preview clip features various sources talking about Don Lewis, who mysteriously disappeared in 1997 and was declared legally dead in 2002. Lewis’ disappearance was a big plot point of “Tiger King” Season 1, which delved into the conspiracy theory that Baskin murdered her husband. But in the new Season 2 clip, it’s suggested that Lewis may have gotten caught up with some shady characters who were out to get him.

“He told me he was in danger. He said it was over money. He had some problems with some people in the U.S. They were very bad men,” one interview subject says.

“Carole told me that he hung around with a lot of unscrupulous type of people. Maybe he stuck somebody for some money, and they caught up with him,” Alan Schreier, an ex-boyfriend of Baskin, says in the clip. He later adds of Lewis, “He did horrible stuff to Carole.”

Check out the first clip from “Tiger King 2” above.

With self-proclaimed “Tiger King” Joe Exotic behind bars, the Emmy-nominated saga continues with “Tiger King 2” as newfound revelations emerge on the motivations, backstories and secrets of America’s most notorious big cat owners. Old enemies and frenemies, including Jeff Lowe, Tim Stark, Allen Glover and James Garretson return for another season of murder, mayhem and madness.

Season 1 of “Tiger King” followed the feud between Joe Exotic and Baskin, founder and CEO of Big Cat Rescue, a non-profit sanctuary for exotic cats in Tampa. The two faced off throughout the series, and their escalated cat fight will continue in “Tiger King 2,” premiering Nov. 17 on Netflix.

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