SQUID GAME Season 2 Officially Announced - Check Out An Unsettling Teaser Promo

SQUID GAME Season 2 Officially Announced - Check Out An Unsettling Teaser Promo SQUID GAME Season 2 Officially Announced - Check Out An Unsettling Teaser Promo

We had heard that a second season of Squid Game was in the works, and Netflix has now officially announced that the incredibly popular Korean sci-fi/horror drama series will return...

By MarkCassidy - Jun 12, 2022 12:06 PM EST
Filed Under: Television

Netflix's Squid Game proved to be very popular (it's actually gone on to become the streamer's most successful show of all time), so it didn't exactly come as a major surprise when creator Hwang Dong-hyuk confirmed that a second season of the harrowing South Korean dystopic drama was in development.

Now, Netflix has made it official with a brief teaser promo and message from Dong-Hyuk which gives fans a (slightly) better idea of what to expect from the continuing story.

The video features sinister "red light, green light" doll Cheol-su, whose boyfriend we'll be introduced to in season 2!

The first season ended with Seong Gi-hun (Lee Jung-jae) emerging as the only survivor of the lethal games, which saw 456 contestants in various degrees of severe financial trouble put their lives on the line for the chance of winning a ₩45.6 billion (roughly €30m) prize.

In the final episode, Gi-hun decides not to travel to America to reunite with his family, and it's strongly implied that he intends to track down and punish those responsible for planning the games.

Did you guys watch Squid Game? Are you excited at the prospect of being traumatized by another season? Drop us a comment down below.

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