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We all have limits. And some people who are pushed beyond those limits will do unspeakable things. From Wondery, "Joe Exotic: Tiger King," is the story of a man who has devoted his life to raising and breeding lions, tigers, and other exotic animals at his Oklahoma zoo. He croons ballads, shoots guns, and puts it all on YouTube. But throughout his career, he's made a lot of enemies. And the biggest of all is the owner of a big cat sanctuary in Florida named Carole Baskin. The feud between Joe Exotic and Carole gets messy, vicious, and outrageous -- until both of them are pushed far beyond their limits. Reported and hosted by Rob Moor.
Listen to never-before-aired, exclusive interviews and details with some of the most fascinating characters in this saga exclusively on Wondery+. Join in the new Wondery app to start your free trial.
Stories from after 9/11
How did 9/11 the day become 9/11 the idea? That question drives award-winning host Dan Taberski (Missing Richard Simmons, Running From COPS, The Line) to shift his focus to what happened on 9/12, and every day after that. 9/12 is a poignant, surprising, and surprisingly funny seven episode series about people who wake up on 9/12 having to navigate a new, radically altered world. A teenager gets caught up in an out-of-control conspiracy theory that he helped start. A Pakistani business owner finds hundreds of his Brooklyn neighbors are disappearing. Joke-writers at The Onion must figure out just how soon is “too soon”? 9/12 asks what it all means. We know what happened on 9/11. But what happened on 9/12 to alter our memory and our perspective forever?
Listen to 9/12: http://link.wondery.com/912links
All seven episodes of 9/12 are available to stream now on Amazon Music or Wondery+. Episodes will release weekly everywhere starting September 8th.
Wondery Presents: SUSPECT
A big Halloween party at an apartment complex in Redmond, Washington. Themed rooms and costumed partygoers. But by the end of the party, one of the hosts is dead. The police look to the partiers as the prime suspects: was it the guy in the devil mask, the bank robber, the construction worker? As investigators comb through forensic evidence, witness testimony, DNA, and even consult with a psychic, they zero in on one suspect in particular. But for what reason? Host and reporter Matthew Shaer (Over My Dead Body) returns to the scene of the crime, speaks with everyone about a night that still haunts them years later. It’s a series about race and policing, mislaid justice, cutting-edge science, and the kinds of weighty choices that cops and prosecutors make every day -- choices that, once made, are difficult to reverse.
Listen to SUSPECT: wondery.fm/Suspect_JoeExoticTK
Bonus: The Man Who Really Wrote Joe's Songs
When Rob heard about Joe Exotic’s music career, he wanted to learn more. How did Joe come up with hits like “I Saw a Tiger?” Rob’s search eventually led him to Vince Johnson.
Bonus: Psycho Mike
Rob found a number in Joe Exotic’s phone under the name “Mike Hit”. Curious, he gave the number a call...
Bonus: Host Rob Moor Gets Candid with Justin Long
Justin Long asks Rob Moor about his journey into the world of the Tiger King, what he really thinks of the Netflix series, and Joe’s hopes for a pardon from the President.
To hear the rest of their conversation, listen and subscribe to “Life is Short with Justin Long”.
Bonus: John Reinke Lost His Legs and Quit the Zoo
John Reinke is no stranger to adversity. But nothing in his life would prepare him for Joe Exotic. John talks to Rob Moor about how the Wynnewood Zoo eventually came to consume his entire life.
Nice podcast, lot of review info
We already knew all this info from the nations most viral show... no need to repeat info
Ain’t nobody got time to watch Netflix
Excited to listen to this vs having to spend time that I don’t have to watch on Netflix. Those of us that don’t have the luxury of binge watching, this is amazing!!! Excited to hear what everyone was loving on Netflix.
This podcast came out BEFORE the documentary and actually seems a lot LESS biased to me.