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Ready for more mind-blowing madness? These Amazon Prime docuseries like Tiger King will take you on a wild ride similar to the seven episodes you spent with Joe Exotic. There's more murder, mayhem, and madness in store with these true-crime series.

Ready for more mind-blowing madness? These Amazon Prime docuseries like Tiger King will take you on a wild ride similar to the seven episodes you spent with Joe Exotic. There's more murder, mayhem, and madness ins tore with these true-crime series.

If you're like most people, you probably binge-watched the brand new series in about a day or two and had your mouth open in shock the entire time.

Whether you're still trying to wrap your head around everything that was exposed or you're ready for more, then good news is coming your way.

According to current zoo owner Jeff Lowe, a new bonus episode is expected to drop in the coming weeks as filming is currently underway. 

Plus, a Netflix special starring Joe Exotic and Making A Murderer's Steven Avery is coming sometime in the future too. The two documentary stars will virtually meet via video chat while they're in separate prisons.

While you wait for all of that new content to drop, check out these seven docuseries on Amazon Prime that are just as crazy as Tiger King.


Rating: 7.2/10 on IMDb

This four-part series from executive producer Jordan Peele follows the true story of Lorena Bobbitt who sliced off her husband's penis one night in 1993. That came after she suffered years of abuse from him, igniting her to finally get revenge, but the case immediately became a joke in the eye of the public.

American Playboy: The Hugh Hefner Story

Rating: 7.5/10 on IMDb

Take a deeper look at the man behind the bunny. Ten episodes follow Hugh Hefner's life from his perspective as founder of Playboy magazine. It even includes unseen footage previously kept private from the public eye.

Museum Secrets 

Rating: 8.3/10 on IMDb

Three seasons will take you to museums all over the world that have secret treasures, crime and theft, and revelations about the previously unknown.

Declassified: Untold Stories of American Spies

Rating: 7.7/10 on IMDb

Two seasons of this series follows American spies who tell a different story in each episode, filmed from the first-person perspective of the agent who lived the tragic experience.

My Dirty Little Secret

Rating: 7.4/10 on IMDb

Get your fill of the craziest stories with three seasons of this docudrama following people with the darkest secrets who have many skeletons hiding in their closet.

Would You Believe It

Rating: 7.3/10 on IMDb

Spend 13 episodes asking yourself whether you actually believe the stories told in this shocking series. You probably didn't learn these in school but now's the time to expand your imagination and uncover the oddest and most fascinating events in history.

Cold Case Detective

Rating: N/A

Put on your detective hat with nine episodes in this series that explore unsolved cases and get into the nitty-gritty details of what went down and what we still don't know about the bizarre crimes.

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