Due to the quarantined world’s obsession over new Netflix docu-series “Tiger King,” it is no reason the popular streaming show has crossed over with the NFL, with Los Angeles Rams head coach Sean McVay admitting he watched the program.
McVay, 34, told reporters on a call on Monday afternoon he doesn’t “like” any of the characters on the true-crime miniseries, via ESPN’s Lindsey Thiry.
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Sean McVay's favorite Tiger King character?
"Favorite Tiger King character? I don’t— You know what? I would say this: I don’t like any of them. I like the show. It is, I mean, I can’t believe that stuff goes on in our country."
— Lindsey Thiry (@LindseyThiry) April 6, 2020
“Tiger King: Murder, Mayhem and Madness” debuted on the streaming giant Netflix on March 20, giving folks at home a much-needed distraction during the current coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic keeping everyone at home and away from socializing in person. The docu-series followed the network of private zoos and big cat collectors intervening in each other’s lives and businesses, leading to the murder-for-hire attempt by one (real life) “character” on another, with private zoo owner Joe Exotic finding himself incarcerated for the crime.
Since its release, “Tiger King” has sweep people’s attention for the eccentric real-life characters displayed on the miniseries, and some picking favorites. Rams third-year head coach Sean McVay, however, doesn’t see a “favorite” in the lot, though. The oddball people on the streaming series paint a strange life working with endangered species, and McVay “can’t believe” what’s going on within the United States’ borders.