Netflix has revealed teasers for the second season of "Squid Game" and a reality show based on the series. Video
Streaming platform Netflix has revealed teasers for the second season of the acclaimed series "Squid Game" and a reality show based on the film. The reality show premiered Saturday, June 17 at Tudum, Netflix's global fan event in Sao Paulo, Brazil.
According to People, the reality show incorporates a number of iconic games from the first season of "The Squid Game" and is almost an exact copy of the popular show. But this time no one really dies (scroll to the bottom of the page to see the video).
Participants will have to sneak up on Mugunhwa, a creepy giant doll, wearing blood bags that explode on their torso if they fail the "Red Light...Green Light" challenge.
456 contestants will compete for the biggest cash prize in television history. A total of $4.56 million is up for grabs for those who can survive all levels of childhood-inspired games.
The reality show was filmed in a huge balloon hangar in England. It will appear on Netflix this November.
Note that "Squid Game" was the biggest television premiere in Netflix history. It aired in September 2021, and viewers watched more than 1.65 billion hours in just 28 days. The show has been renewed for a 2nd season. There may be a third season as well.
The sequel introduces the cast of the upcoming season. It will bring viewers back to this world of ruthless capitalism, brutal violence and child's play, as well as attracting returning players and new rivals.
As reported by OBOZREVATEL, "Squid Game" star Lee Jong Che supported Ukraine in the fight against Russian invaders. He attended the Cannes Film Festival in an outfit with a blue and yellow accessory.