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‘Squid Game’ Creator Shares Season Two Details, Teases Season Three

Speaking to KBS (Korean Broadcasting System), Dong-hyuk said he was in talks with Netflix about season two “as well as season three.”

He went on to share, “We will come to a conclusion soon.”

Dong-hyuk added, “We know a lot of people are waiting, so everyone is working hard to prepare for the next season with a positive outlook.”

Netflix confirmed the claims the same day.

“It’s true that we’re discussing a wide variety of possibilities for ‘Squid Game,’ including producing a season three, but nothing has been set in stone yet,” the streaming giant said in a statement.

In November, Dong-hyuk shared that he was working on a script for season two.

“I have a base script for season two – it’s all in my head – and I’m currently in the brainstorming stage,” the writer-director said during a special screening and Q&A.; . “It will happen, one day, but as to when I can’t tell you the details.”

Dong-hyuk has confirmed that the second season will follow Seong Gi-hun (Lee Jung-jae) and his investigation into those responsible for the titular murderous tournament.

Launching on September 27, “Squid Game” tells “an imaginative and unorthodox story in which 456 participants risk their lives in a mysterious game of survival – involving several series of childhood games – for a chance to win 45.6 billion won”.

The show quickly becomes a planetary phenomenon.

It was officially named the biggest new show launch on Netflix, surpassing “Bridgerton,” after hitting 111 million viewers in less than a month.

Moreover, “Squid Game” is in Netflix Top 10 in about 94 countries. The dystopian show is also the platform’s first-ever Korean series to reach No. 1 in the United States.