South Korean global hit thriller Squid Game will return for a second season. Netflix will release the hit show. OTT giant confirmed the drama’s premiere in June.
“Greenlight! Squid Game Season 2 is here! “Netflix tweeted June 12.
Netflix posted a 10-second teaser of the grim Korean drama, leaving fans interested. It also published a message from Squid Game’s inventor, Hwang Dong-Hyuk.
— Netflix (@netflix) June 12, 2022
“Hwang Dong-Hyuk, the creator of @squidgame, has a message for fans:….” Netflix tweeted about Hwang’s Dong letter. Hyuk’s
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Netflix hasn’t announced the show’s debut date, but its Tweet has generated a lot of attention.
In “Squid Game,” cash-strapped participants compete for prize money, sometimes fatally. Squid Game’s first season became Netflix’s most-watched in 2021. Hwang Dong-hyuk writes and directs.
At this year’s Hollywood Critics Association (HCA) TV Prizes, the South Korean blockbuster show Squid Game took home both the award for Best International Series and the award for Best Actor. These awards were presented earlier in the month of August.
A Korean-language epic series called “Pachinko,” a Mexican comedy called “Acapulco,” a French thriller called “Lupin,” a Spanish crime action series called “Money Heist,” and an American-Mexican crime drama called “Narcos: Mexico” were the other nominees for the award for Best International Series. The Netflix original was up against all of these shows.
Hwang Dong-hyuk, the creator of ‘Squid Game,’ expressed his gratitude for the honor in a speech that was videotaped and accepted the award. He is currently working on the second season of the series.
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He stated, “I believe the series has since overcome the limitations of a non-English series to generate numerous historical moments and breakthroughs.” “I believe the series has since overcome the limitations of a non-English series.”