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It Did What? 16 Secrets About Squid Game Season 2 Netflix Movie

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It Did What? 16 Secrets About Squid Game Season 2 Netflix Movie: Fans had been dealt with a first-rate cliffhanger inside the season 1 finale after the show’s important individual, Seong Gi-hun (performed by breakout star Lee Jung-jae), reputedly challenged the shadowy faction behind the show’s titular kid’s game. Rather than experience his lofty ₩forty five billion cash prize, it appears Gi-hun is useless to set on getting revenge for the atrocities he witnessed at some point of his time at the show’s far off island setting — and probably honoring the reminiscence of Sae-Byeok (Jung Ho-yeon), the scrappy pickpocket who fought tough to be a few of the very last 3-recreation contestants.

Initially, the show’s writer and director Hwang Dong-hyuk had maintained that he didn’t have any plans for a second season of Squid Game, per Vulture. Now, it seems that the show’s runaway success has caused him to think twice about the potential of revisiting how Gi-hun will tackle the secret organization behind the deadly game, and to think of a few new ways to expand the universe of Squid Game, given that many beloved characters in the show’s first season were killed off.

If you’re wondering what the future holds for Squid Game after last season’s dramatic wrap-up, here’s everything we know so far about a potential season 2 of the Korean scripted drama series.

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It Did What? 16 Secrets About Squid Game Season 2 Netflix Movie

It Did What? 16 Secrets About Squid Game Season 2 Netflix Movie
It Did What? 16 Secrets About Squid Game Season 2 Netflix Movie

What could the second season of Squid Game be about?

Earlier this week, Hwang revealed he has been thinking about potential storylines for another season of Squid Game and detailed his plans in a new interview with The Times. Clearly, it’s a strong possibility that we’ll see Gi-hun confront and investigate the cult-like organization behind the Squid Game itself, including the nefarious masked “Front Man” (Lee Byung-hun) who shot his own brother Hwang Jun-ho (Wi Ha-joon). Since the cliffhanger episode had Gi-hun answering a call about the next round of games, fans have picked up an implication he may try to infiltrate the arena as previous characters did in season 1.

While fans of the show easily became invested in how and why Jun-ho infiltrated the Squid Game to locate his missing brother, the show never revealed how the Front Man came to be in the first place. Nor did the show confirm that Jun-ho really died when he fell off the cliff after being shot by the Front Man.

#SquidGame THEORY: in film characters are only dead when we see the body. Jun Ho (policeman) was last seen falling off the cliff after being shot in the shoulder which his brother survived. if he lives, he’ll team up with Gi-Hun to discover the truth about the squid game in S2. — pic.twitter.com/KonAA5qRJC— thinking thoughts about squid game (@squidgameburner) September 27, 2021

It seems that the show’s director does want to take a closer look at the Front Man in a second season. “If I do get to do one — one would be the story of the Front Man [a former cop who now oversees the game]. I think the issue with police officers is not just an issue in Korea,” Hwang told The Times. “This was an issue that I wanted to raise. Maybe in season two I can talk about this more.”

Who would be in the second season of Squid Game?

This may be the easiest question fans can get answers on at the moment, as Squid Game killed off many of its characters throughout season 1. It’s expected that only two main characters will return to move the plot forward, but there is a chance that the show’s developers work in prequel scenes or flashbacks throughout a potential second season.

Here’s who is likely to return for season 2:

  • Lee Jung-jae as Seong Gi-hun
  • Lee Byung-hun as the Front Man
  • Wi Ha-joon as Hwang Jun-ho
  • Park Hye-jin as Cho Sang-Woo’s mother
  • Park Si-wan as Kang Cheol

How can I watch and stream Squid Game?

While you wait for more official news about the show’s second season, head on over to Netflix to watch season 1 of Squid Game. Anyone can stream the show through Netflix’s web-based app or on streaming devices like RokuApple TV, or Amazon’s Fire TV. You can also watch all episodes on iPhone or Android devices. If you’re new to Netflix, sign up for a plan starting at $8.99 monthly.

It Did What? 16 Secrets About Squid Game Season 2 Netflix Movie

It Did What? 16 Secrets About Squid Game Season 2 Netflix Movie

It Did What? 16 Secrets About Squid Game Season 2 Netflix Movie