Squid Game: Director Confirms Netflix Korean Thriller Will Have Season 2

The superhit series of Netflix Squid Game, created by Hwang Dong Hyuk is all set to have a sequel. Hwang Dong Hyuk not only created but also wrote and directed all the nine episodes of the show. Squid Game has been loved and appreciated by fans all over the world. It successfully created quite a buzz in the market and ended up becoming one of the biggest shows ever.

Squid Game topped the list of Netflix’s best shows by standing tall at spot number 1. The show stars Lee Jung-jae, Park Hae-Soo, Wi Ha-joon, Jung Ho-yeon, O Yeong-su, Heo Sung-tae, Anupam Tripathi and Kim Joo-ryoung  in key roles .The director of the show has recently spilled the beans on the possibility of the season 2 of the popular game show.

In his latest interaction with Associated Press, the director said “There’s been a lot of demand and pressure and love for a second season. It almost feels like we don’t have a choice. The next season is in my head right now. At this moment, I’m in the planning stages. It’s too early to say when and how it will come out though. But I can promise this. The main character, Gi Hun, will be back and do something for the world.” 

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An image from Squid Game
A still from Squid Game

An official confirmation from Netflix regarding the show’s sequel is still not made. The show has recorded more than 3 billion minutes watched and is reportedly projected to make Netflix almost $900 million in value, reports Variety. It was revealed by Netflix that Squid Game has been watched worldwide by 111 million Netflix subscribers.

If you like watching game shows, then you must check out Squid Game. The show is streaming now on Netflix.

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