It’s official: Netflix announces second season of Squid Game

Netflix officially announced the return of the famous South Korean show Squid Game on June 12 with a brief teaser trailer for Season 2 of the show. According to director Hwang Dong-message, hyuk’s Gi-hun and the mysterious Front Man will return in the second season. “Red light… GREENLIGHT!” reads a special letter from the creators for Squid Game enthusiasts.

Netflix published a brief teaser of the highly awaited series Squid Game on Instagram with the tagline, “Red light… GREENLIGHT!” The teaser showed the eye of a massive mechanical doll, which is prominent in the “Squid Game” pilot. Take a peek at:

Squid Game Director Hwang Dong-hyuk also sent out a note, revealing that Gi-hun and the mysterious Front Man will return in the upcoming season. According to the notice, “Last year, the first season of ‘Squid Game’ took 12 years to complete. “However, ‘Squid Game’ only took 12 days to become the most popular Netflix series ever,” Hwang wrote. “A great shout out to fans all across the world as the writer, director, and producer of ‘Squid Game.’ Thank you for taking the time to watch and enjoy our program… Return with us for a brand new round “He went on to say.

Squid Game became one of the most popular Netflix programs six weeks after its premiere, with 111 million users watching it. Squid Game’s popularity may appear puzzling, but the series turns a common premise into something completely unique, which is one of the key reasons why fans are eagerly anticipating the second season. It’s worth noting that the upcoming season’s release date has yet to be revealed by the producers.

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