Everything we know so far

(Pocket Ribbon) – Squid Game became one of Netflix’s most talked about shows after launching in 2021, which isn’t surprising really – it’s an emotional rollercoaster that will hook you almost immediately.

As a result, Season 1 became the most-watched show in the streaming service’s history upon launch, racking up a whopping 111 million views in just a few months.

So talk, of course, carries over to Season 2 and, with a fairly open ending and unprecedented demand, it’s unsurprising that it’s been confirmed to be coming.

Here’s everything you need to know about it.

Squid Game 2 release date

Netflix’s co-CEO and chief content officer, Ted Sarandos, confirmed that a second season of Squid Game will air during a profit call in January 2022. Netflix then released a teaser on Twitter officially confirming that there’s a “whole new round.” ” was underway. Red light….Green light.

The creator, writer and director of Squid Game, Hwang Dong-hyuk, previously estimated that it will be released in late 2023 or at the latest in 2024.

He explained in a Vanity Fair interview in May 2022 that he is about to work on the scripts after forming three pages of ideas.

How and where to watch Squid Game season 2

It may take a while for Squid Game 2 to appear on our screens. Hopefully, though, it won’t take 12 years to bring season 2 to life like the first season.

When season 2 of Squid Game comes out, it will be available exclusively on Netflix – just like the first. That means you need to have that Netflix subscription handy.

What is the best streaming device for your TV? Our top recommendation is the Amazon Fire TV Stick 4K Max† Also excellent are the Google Chromecast with Google TVthe Roku Express 4Kthe Apple TV 4K and the Amazon Fire TV Stick

How many episodes does Squid Game season 2 have?

The first season of Squid Game had nine episodes and six “games” within those nine episodes. We expect a similar amount for next season. For now, it has not been confirmed.

What is expected to happen in Squid Game 2?


While the end of season 1 certainly made room for a sequel, it’s not entirely clear what a second season would focus on. We expect the main character – player 456 – to return as he has not boarded to see his daughter and we also expect that he will try to take down those who run the game.

Of course, the old man – player 001 – who turned out to be the creator of the game, died in the final episode of season 1 and, since the main character won the prize money after many of the other characters died, there is plenty of room for new cast members. .

That said, Lee Jung-jae, who plays the lead – player 456 – hinted that specific players could have actually survived the games: “My idea is that the masked men carry them all out asap and have surgery on them.” them do to keep them alive’ he explained to DirectTV at a Variety On the Carpet event.

However, writer Hwang Dong-hyuk could take a very different path.

He confirmed to Vanity Fair that the second season will certainly feature another batch of fatal games for contestants, but little else: “Humanity will once again be put to the test by those games,” he said.

However, the way those games are played could be different: “If they were able to talk to each other, interact with each other, I agree there would have been a possibility we would have seen more winners,” he added. he to it. † “I want to ask the question: ‘Is real solidarity between people possible?'”

When Netflix confirmed season 2, it also offered some details. The teaser post told us that Gi-Hun returns, the Front Man returns, the man in the suit with ddakji may be back and we’ll be introduced to Young-hee’s friend, Cheol-su.

Where can you catch up on Squid Game Season 1?

If you want to catch up on season one of Squid Game and refresh your memory on what happened, or if you want to watch it all over again, it’s all on Netflix.

Like Bridgerton, Squid Game will no doubt remain available to watch for many months or even years.

Written by Britta O’Boyle.

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