In a recent interview with the Associated Press, "Squid Game" creator Hwang Dong-hyuk confirms that season 2 is coming. In the brief interaction, Hwang notes the incredible pressure and demand regarding the runaway Netflix hit and how he's currently in the planning process to bring Seong Gi-Hun's adventures back on screen.
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Although he has no set date for when "Squid Game" would be returning to the small screen, the writer-director switched to English at the end of the interview, signing off with an exciting, "Gi-hun will come back, and he will do something for the world," referencing the main protagonist of the show played by South Korean superstar Lee Jung-jae.


Since arriving on the streaming service, "Squid Game" has fast outpaced Netflix favorites, such as "Bridgerton" and "The Witcher" to become Netflix's biggest show. The South Korean show about a group of debtors fighting to survive rounds of life-or-death child games to win prize money was the first to surpass 100 million viewers when it premiered. The show has since gone on to become a word-of-mouth sensation.

We're looking forward to seeing what Gi-hun does next when "Squid Game" returns! For more entertainment news and commentary, visit Enstarz! We bring you the latest on your favorite celebrities, TV shows, and films.