Squid Game is a South Korean drama on Netflix produced by Hwang Dong-hyuk, its season 1 had 9 episodes. This Korean series revolves around a total of 456 players & are all into great debt & as the series moves forward viewers find that all those players risk their lives by playing life-risking games, although they play children’s games whoever loses is killed.
The prize money for winning the game is 45.6 billion. Though the show was written in the year 2009 Hwang was unable to convince the production company to put their stakes on this show. But season 1 of Squid Game did phenomenally well, viewers were so highly addicted to this South Korean drama show that they can’t resist watching its season 2.
It was obvious that this show will be renewed. The South Korean show, Squid Game did surely win the hearts of the viewers & has made many fans from its season 1. It has been officially announced season 2 of Squid Game is not finally being renewed by Netflix.
Squid Game Season 2 Production Details
In Squid Game season 1 as we move toward the end, most of the cast was dead just leaving behind Seong Gi-hun, Hwang Jun-ho, and Hwang & a recruiter. This tells us that there will be a new cast in Squid Game 2nd Season but viewers can expect Lee Jung-Jae, Wi Ha-Joon, Lee Byung-hun, and Gong Yoo to return back for its renewed second season.
Dong-hyuk unknowingly provides a great spoiler about season 2 of Squid Game. Where he said that it’s a promise that “Gi-hun will be back and he’ll do something for the world.” He also said that he’d like to add a relationship between Hwang Jun-ho and Hwang In-ho as season 1 ended portraying there is some connection between 2 of them.
Is Squid Game based on real life?
As the series did so well, viewers were so fascinated that they wanted to know that did it exist in real life? Although Squid Game didn’t exist in real life, Dong-hyuk surely portrayed real-life sorrow ness such as poverty.