Netflix fans are hailing the new “absolutely wild” crime documentary as the closest thing to “Tiger King.”

Netflix fans have praised the new “absolutely wild” crime documentary “Tiger King.”

Last Stop Larrimah, released on Netflix on Friday, is an Australian-based American crime documentary directed by Thomas Tancred.

It follows the disappearance of a resident of the real-life town of Larrimah in the Northern Territory, Australia, in 2017.

Since the town had just 47 residents at the time, Paddy Moriarty’s disappearance meant that every second resident became a suspect.

The documentary was originally released by HBO on max.com on October 20th.

Insane: Netflix fans have hailed the new'absolutely wild' crime documentary as the closest thing to'Tiger King'

Insane: Netflix fans have hailed the new ‘absolutely wild’ crime documentary as the closest thing to ‘Tiger King’

Australian based, US produced: Last Stop Larrimah, released on HBO in October, is an American crime documentary film directed by Thomas Tancred

Australian based, US produced: Last Stop Larrimah, released on HBO in October, is an American crime documentary film directed by Thomas Tancred

Wild: Tiger King was a viral documentary about the life and trials of zookeeper Joe Exotic and the disappearance of Don Lewis, the husband of Joe's closest rival

Wild: Tiger King was a viral documentary about the life and trials of zookeeper Joe Exotic and the disappearance of Don Lewis, the husband of Joe’s closest rival

Fans took to X – formerly known as Twitter – in droves to express their enjoyment of the film, with some comparing it to Tiger King.

Tiger King was a viral documentary about the life and trials of zookeeper Joe Exotic and the disappearance of Don Lewis, the husband of Joe’s closest rival.

Despite the dark subject matter of “Last Stop Larrimah,” the documentary about 11 residents who become suspects has funny moments.

One fan wrote: “Last Stop Larrimah on Netflix is ​​incredible – the craziest story since Tiger King.” “It’s also the best advertisement for sunscreen use I’ve ever seen.”

In response to another user, one wrote: “Honestly, it’s a murder documentary on Netflix called Last Stop Larrimah, but it’s a borderline comedy. You have to see it.’

Another fan tweeted a clip from the documentary with the caption: “I’m crying laughing and I’m only about to start #laststoplarrimah this is brilliant #netflixdoc I want to stay there!”

One fan praised the personalities in the documentary, saying: “If you’re looking for an absolutely wild two-part true crime documentary, Last Stop Larrimah on Netflix is ​​for you.”

“Full of incredible characters that you would do anything to create in fiction.” “I’m glad it’s short (not enough documents), but I could have watched a dozen more. “

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Wow: Fans took to Twitter in droves to express their enjoyment of the film, with some comparing it to Tiger King.

Wow: Fans took to Twitter in droves to express their enjoyment of the film, with some comparing it to Tiger King.

Another said: “#LastStopLarrimah is pretty awesome by the way.” Curvy story, interesting, quirky people. “8 out of 10 Sweeney Todd Pies.”

One tweeted a screenshot of the film and wrote: “If you haven’t seen #LastStopLarrimah yet, do yourself a favor and put it on your list NOW.”

Another said: “28 minutes into Ep1 of Last Stop Larrimah, already completely hooked. #Netflix’

Drawing comparisons to Tiger King, one viewer wrote: “#LastStopLarrimah reminds me of Tiger King for some reason.” It’s not even about animals, just the same crazy vibes. And Australian.’

Instead of posting an image from the two-part crime thriller, one viewer opted for a photo of James Bond and captioned it: “Last Stop Larrimah looked like a fitting case for this guy.”

And one simply wrote: “If you don’t see #LastStopLarrimah WHY???”

Greg Norman

Greg Norman is a WSTPost U.S. News Reporter based in London. His focus is on U.S. politics and the environment. He has covered climate change extensively, as well as healthcare and crime. Greg Norman joined WSTPost in 2023 from the Daily Express and previously worked for Chemist and Druggist and the Jewish Chronicle. He is a graduate of Cambridge University. Languages: English. You can get in touch with me by emailing edmund gregnorman@wstpost.com.

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