Netflix has given the green light to the second season of the squid game in a new teaser
No one will be surprised, but almost everyone is relieved, Netflix’s world hit squid game is coming back for the second season. We have known this for some time. Details about Young-Hee’s whereabouts are scarce, but today Netflix is cool enough to empower a scary doll and at least tease up next season. Streamer has released a number of visual posters promoting the new season. Still, there is something better than nothing.
Well, not much there. However, in the spirit of getting ready for the new round of those bizarre squid games, director Hwang Dong-hyuk released a statement:
Back in January, Netflix CEO Ted Sarandos warned that “the squid game world has just begun” and “definitely” will be the second season. Yet, since then, Netflix has threatened an ad-supported version of the Transphobic Comedy Special and Service.
Even so, Netflix’s Brain Trust did not have to develop a complete algorithm to decide on the second season. Over 1.54 billion hours of viewers streamed squid games in the first 28 days. We’ve been told a lot by Netflix, which has reported numbers, so yes. That’s enough to make the Korean show the most successful show ever on Netflix. The second largest? You guessed it, real Rob.