Netflix Wants to Make A Squid Universe
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Netflix Wants to Make A Squid Universe

Netflix Wants to Make A Squid Universe
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Netflix Wants to Make A Squid Universe

Netflix confirmed Season 2 of Squid Game. It sounds like they are working hard to create a Squid Game universe.

Spoilers Squid Game are here. This is a warning to keep your knickers from getting in a twist.

“Absolutely it is happening; the Squid Game universe just began,” Ted Sarandos, co-CEO, and chief content officer, said in the company’s fourth-quarter 2021 earnings interviews (cheers, Variation). Isn’t it simultaneously absurd and antithetical to have a Squid Game universe? Squid Game universe would imply the existence of the Squid Game in both time and space, forwards and backward. This would be difficult to achieve while maintaining the secrecy surrounding it.

Although it’s dark, fans still enjoy recreating Fortnite, Animal Crossing, Fortnite, Roblox, and Fortnite. Have a look at these:

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Second, 455 people were killed in Squid Game. With each death, the $38.5 million prize pot increased by $84,000 for every $1. The contestants all have significant debts, including Seong Gi-hun, a gambling addict, Kang Sae–book, who borrowed money to take her parents across the border to North Korea, and Abdul Ali, who hasn’t received any payment from his employer for several months, putting his family’s lives at risk. The whole thing was the work of an elderly, bored, and terminally ill man who disguised himself to play in the Squid Game to recall his childhood memories. Although I may be being a bit pedantic, I believe you’ll realize that I don’t want any more children to be killed in perverse reenactments.

Hwang Donghyuk, the show’s creator, had confirmed that Gihun would be back in season 2. I hope he keeps his red hair. It’s funny, silly, and yes. The show was a huge success, winning three Golden Globes and three Critics Choice Awards nominations. It also left behind shows like Bridgerton and Money Heist, Stranger Things, and The Witcher. The show was watched 1.65 billion times by viewers in its first month. It’s still unclear where the second season will be, as Gi-Hun refused to board the plane at the end of the story.

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