The "Ghostbusters (2016)" star will portray the conservationist and big cat protection advocate on the show, based on the second season of Wondery's "Over My Dead Body" podcast, which also inspired hit Netflix docu-series "Tiger King: Murder, Mayhem and Madness", and Baskin has offered up her services as a consultant to the "Saturday Night Live" cast member.
"(Kate) has not reached out to me and I really hope that she does before she gets too far down the line with it," Carole said during an appearance on Dennis Quaid's podcast, "The Pet Show". "I'd love to know what her take is on it and what she's thinking to do and see if there was any way we could advise her."
McKinnon will also executive produce the show, which will focus on the rivalry between Baskin and Joe Exotic, who accused his nemesis of murdering her missing husband and then was jailed for hiring a hitman to kill her.
"We reached out to her through the media, because I don't have any way of contacting Kate McKinnon," Carole added.