The Game was announced by the producers. Hwang Dong-hyuk is the producer of Squid, a South Korean drama streaming on Netflix. The first season featured nine episodes. This Korean series is about 456 players. The series’ progress shows that the players are all in great financial distress.
The game’s prize money is 45.6 trillion. Hwang failed to convince the production company to invest in the show, even though it was written in 2009. Squid Game season 1 did exceptionally well. South Korean drama fans are so addicted that they cannot resist its second season.
It was clear that the show would be renewed. The South Korean TV show won many hearts and made many fans during its season 1. It is now official that Netflix has decided to cancel season 2 Squid Game.
Season 1 was ending and most of the cast had died. Hwang Jun-ho and Seong Gi-hun were left behind. We know that season 2 of Squid Game will have a new cast, but viewers can still expect Lee Jung Jae, Wi Ha–Joon, Lee Byung–Hun, and Gong Yoo back for its second season.
What Could Be The Plot?
Dong-hyuk provides a spoiler for season 2 of Squid Game. He said it was a promise that Gi-hun would be back and he’ll do some good for the world.
Is Squid Game Season 2 Based On Real Life?
Because the series did so well viewers were so intrigued that they wanted to find out if it existed. Although Squid Game was not real, Dong-Hyuk sure portrayed real-life sorrows like poverty.