If you've been wanting more Tiger King content, you're in luck because Netflix is putting together more episodes according to Joe Exotic employee John Reinke.

In an interview with The Mirror, Reinke confirms that there's a ton of unseen footage and the streaming service has reached out to him about featuring him in future episodes.

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Reinke says during the interview that there's "hundreds of hours" of extra footage. He adds that Netflix has material worth about two or three episodes with content he explains could lead to more arrests.

“There’s so much more content that needs to be in there and I know Netflix have footage for two or three more episodes. The Network said they are going to be in touch with me about it," he said. “There’s still a bunch of other footage out there. Joe had a bunch of directors through the zoo at various points and they took the footage with them."

The Tiger King star explains further that while filming was happening at the infamous zoo, the captured everything.

"They filmed everything and took what they had on video with them. That footage is also likely to surface at some point.”

As for his theory that more arrests could come from future episodes, he explains he doesn't "think the FBI are done investigating everything and everybody involved in this Tiger King show."

“There’s quite a lot of lives been turned upside down and I really don’t think it’s over yet," he says.

Reinke has previously discussed the Netflix documentary series saying that most of the cast members were accurately portrayed in the series.

Rumors of a follow-up episode using the Tiger King name emerged earlier in the month as  The Hollywood Reporter says producers are focusing on the 2003 mauling attack that ended the Siegfried & Roy show instead of Joe Exotic.

What do you think of Netflix preparing more episodes of Tiger King? Let us know your thoughts in the comments below.

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