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Is Squid Game Season 2 Is Back? Release Date, Cast, Plot & Everything We Know So Far

It’s official: Squid Game is back for a second season (of slapping you even harder). The South Korean drama swept the globe upon its debut last fall. The show broke all-time streaming records for Netflix, won a slew of awards, and made its stars household names across the world.

In an open letter to the show’s viewers, creator Hwang Dong-hyuk explains, “It took 12 years to bring the first season of Squid Game to life last year. Squid Game only needed 12 days to become Netflix’s most-watched original series ever.”

Is The Squid Game Returning For Season 2?

Season 2 was officially announced on June 12, 2022. A very small teaser trailer was also made available. An additional season of the show has been confirmed by Netflix. Squid Game S2 is expected to be released sometime soon, but the precise date has not been announced as of yet.

Netflix and the show’s developers took fan support for the show into account. This is why it is so encouraging that they have already agreed to renew it and begun making the necessary arrangements. Another season is scheduled to debut on Netflix soon. Season 2 is expected to premiere in late 2023 or early 2024.

If you’re a fan of The Squid Game and want to know when the trailer and Season 2 are released, you’ll have to keep checking this space.

 Which Characters Will Be Returning For Season 2?

Many of Squid Game’s actors won’t be back for a second season due to the show’s Battle Royale format (unless they appear in a flashback sequence). That calls for the introduction of a plethora of brand-new personalities.

In the tweet above, Dong-hyuk announced the return of Seong Gi-hun (Lee Jung-Jae), aka Player 456, and the game’s overseer, “The Front Man,” in the tweet above (Lee Byung-hun). In addition, “The man in the suit with the ddakji might be returning.” Don’t give in to the temptation to play with him!

The Squid Game Season 2 Teaser 

In addition, Netflix has released a 10-second trailer for the highly anticipated dark Korean drama, which has fans eagerly awaiting its debut. Hwang Dong-Hyuk, the game’s developer, writer, director, and producer, also contributed a personal statement.

What Will Season 2 Be About?

Hwang Dong-hyuk discussed the sentiments he wants to express in the second season of Squid Game with The Hollywood Reporter. He said the second season wouldn’t be an answer to the many negative responses to the first. “The ideas I established in Season 1 carry over seamlessly into Season 2. I didn’t bother trying to anticipate what the audience would want to see, instead focusing on the closing scene, when Gi-hun turned away from boarding the plane.”

Dong-hyuk didn’t reveal any major plot points, but he did hint at the season’s theme. “A sequence of events will unfold normally that will take us all the way to the season finale. I won’t spoil anything just yet, but because you already know that Seong Gi-hun ends Season 1 as a completely different person, Season 2 will focus on what this new Gi-hun will do and how his character will develop.

Where To Watch?

Squid Game Season 1 is currently streaming on Netflix.

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