The director of the popular series "Squid Game" Hwang Dong Hyuk gave an interview to Vanity Fair, where he revealed that he is in final negotiations with Netflix for the release of the second season.
He told Vanity Fair that new episodes will likely arrive in 2023 or 2024, and, yes... there will be more games. “Humanity is going to be put to a test through those games once again,” he said, adding that Gi-Hun will most definitely return.
The series "Squid Game" was released in the fall of 2021, where the plot involves 456 debtors hiding from creditors in an experiment. They are supervised by "guards" in an enclosed space where they have to play "children's games." But "children's games" become "adult" after it became known that death awaits the losers and the winner gets 40 million dollars. The series became very popular and took the first line of Netflix in 90 countries.
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