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Millions of people around the world have become obsessed with Netflix's horrifying series Squid Game.
The TV show is set in South Korea and pits more than 400 debt-ridden citizens against each other in a series of six games that results in bloody deaths and shocking betrayals.
But, if you're like some viewers who have binged all nine episodes and are now looking for something else to feast on, then do we have news for you.
Loads of people on social media have suggested watching Alice in Borderland as the concept is fairly similar to Squid Game, however it's set in Japan.
Alice in Borderland was released on Netflix last year to a very humble hype.
The show follows video-game obsessed Arisu (Kento Yamazaki) and his friends Chōta (Yūki Morinaga) and Karube (Keita Machida), who find out that everyone in Tokyo has seemingly disappeared.
They see a billboard advertising them to enter a 'game arena', where they have to work together and with other people playing the game, which ends up literally being a battle between life or death. Sound familiar?
The series received 'positive reviews from viewers and critics for its visuals, cinematography, editing, and use of graphic violence' and boy is it violent.
It has similar twists and turns as Squid Game, however it's just as good.
The show is based off the manga series of the same name and it was broadcast on Netflix's platform to a whopping 190 countries in December last year.
Two weeks after the show dropped on the streaming service, Netflix announced a second season would be made.
Everyone is waiting to hear if Squid Game will get another season however Netflix hasn't made any movements on that just yet.
However, the platform did suggest that the show is on track to become their most popular TV show ever.