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Squid Recreation creator teases a doable third season, reveals plot of second season

Squid Recreation creator teases a doable third season, reveals plot of second season

SEOUL – Hit Okay-drama Squid Recreation, which is already confirmed for a second season, might have a 3rd season as properly, in keeping with its creator, Hwang Dong-hyuk.

“I am in talks with Netflix over Season 2 in addition to Season 3,” he stated in an interview with South Korean broadcaster KBS on Tuesday (Dec 28). “We are going to come to a conclusion any time quickly.”

“We all know that many individuals are ready, so everyone seems to be working arduous to organize for the following season with a constructive outlook,” he added.

Later that day, Netflix stated in a press release that “it is true that we’re discussing all kinds of prospects for Squid Recreation, together with the manufacturing of a Season 3, however nothing has but been set in stone”.

A second season of the collection, which was essentially the most watched present on Netflix, was confirmed final month (Nov).

Hwang additionally divulged a bit extra of the plot of the upcoming season, which isn’t anticipated till 2023.

He stated the following season will comply with protagonist Gi-hun (performed by Lee Jung-jae), the one winner from the primary season’s lethal contest of debt-ridden individuals to win 45.6 billion gained (S$52 million).

He added: “The overarching plotline of Season 2 would be the story of the people who Gi-hun meets and the individuals he chases after.”

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