Nothing says go forth and binge more than quarantine with no need to feel guilty about finally getting around to tackling our must-view list.
So what's at the top of our self-isolation viewing itinerary, you ask? Tiger King: Murder, Mayhem and Madness, the Netflix documentary everyone is chatting about (via social media of course).
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Since landing on the small screen just four days ago, the internet hit has proven a Houseparty hot topic with friends dubbing the docuseries a well-deserved cure for work-at-home blues.
The seven-part series follows the extraordinary tale of "mulleted, gun-toting polygamist and country western singer" Joseph Maldonado-Passage - Joe Exotic, to you and I.
In the gripping documentary, the self-proclaimed "Tiger King" runs Garold Wayne Exotic Animal Memorial Park, an Oklahoma roadside zoo where he breeds big cats.
If, like us, you're certain that you've seen the tough-to-forget character somewhere before then any Louis Theroux fanatic will remind you that the British documentary-maker dropped by his tiger kingdom back in 2011 for Louis Theroux: America's Most Dangerous Pets.
Hey, there's another episode to add to your must-see list!
But things take a mysterious turn when founder and CEO of Big Cat Rescue (a non-profit sanctuary for exotic cats in Tampat), Carol Baskin, makes it her mission to shut down Exotic's controversial zoo.
A bitter rivalry soon escalates between the arch enemies with lies, shameless stalking and mysterious disappearances resulting in Exotic eventually being arrested for a murder-for-hire plot.
So that's our week (ahem, day) sorted.
Tiger King: Murder, Mayhem and Madness is now available to stream on Netflix.