Everything We Know About ‘Squid Game’ Season 2: Cast Details, Premiere Date and MoreEverything We Know About ‘Squid Game’ Season 2: Cast Details, Premiere Date and More

Everything We Know About ‘Squid Game’ Season 2: Cast Details, Premiere Date and More

Whether you binged season 1 of the dystopian thriller or just saw Pete Davidson‘s Saturday Night Live skit, it’s time to start preparing yourself for more red and green jumpsuits.
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O Yeong-su, who played not-so-sweet old man Oh Il-nam, won a Best Supporting Actor Golden Globe Award for his performance.
Season 1 of the survival drama follows 465​​ strangers, who all have something in common — crushing debt.
After they’re recruited and brought to a remote island, it’s revealed that they must compete in a series of children’s games for a chance to win $38 million.
During a September 2021 South Korean news conference, the show’s creator Hwang Dong-hyuk said that “squid game was the most physically aggressive childhood game I played in neighborhood alleys as a kid, which is why I also loved it the most. In a way, it’s the most symbolic game that reflects today’s competitive society, so I picked it out as the show’s title.”
Although most of the cast was violently killed off during the first installment, fans are holding out hope that their favorite Squid Game actors might return for a follow up season.
“And also guys, I’m so sorry to say this, but I’m very happy to be dying.”
“So my idea is that the masked men took all of them and made sure they came back to life,” the actor said, referring to the anonymous guards who keep the games running.
Season 1 of Squid Game is currently streaming on Netflix.Season 1 of Squid Game is currently streaming on Netflix.
Season 1 of Squid Game is currently streaming on Netflix.
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