Netflix’s “Squid Game” Season 2 Is Officially Given The Green Light—Here’s What You Can Expect
Netflix‘s Squid Game is officially returning!
While everyone has been super hyped about the fourth and last season of Netflix’s hit thriller series Stranger Things, we can now anticipate the continuing story of another hit thriller series from the streaming service.
Last year, the K-Drama Squid Game took the world by storm and made history by becoming the No. 1 TV series period.
Squid Game has officially reached 111 million fans — making it our biggest series launch ever! pic.twitter.com/SW3FJ42Qsn
— Netflix (@netflix) October 12, 2021
Now, Netflix has officially given Squid Game the greenlight, announcing via a teaser shared on social media. It is renewed for Season 2!
Additionally, director, writer, and executive producer Hwang Dong Hyuk shared a special message regarding Squid Game‘s renewal. He reflected on the journey while also teasing what we can expect from the new season.
We already knew Seong Gi Hun (Lee Jung Jae) would return, but so will the Front Man (Lee Byung Hun), the leader of the Masked Men and overseer of the game, and even the Salesman (Gong Yoo). Could fans’ predictions come true?
Still, most surprisingly, Hwang teased that we would be introduced to Younghee’s boyfriend, Cheol Su. You can find out more about both characters below:
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Previously, Lee Jung Jae mentioned continuing Squid Game, and Hwang Dong Hyuk confirmed that he was working on the second season of Squid Game. Read more of what he had to say at the time below:
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