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Squid Game Creator Reveals Big Storyline Idea For Potential Season Two

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Squid Game Creator Reveals Big Storyline Idea For Potential Season Two

It's the South Korean playground horror that has taken the world by storm and now we're here to reveal what could be on the horizon for a future follow up season.

Of course, we're talking about Squid Game - the show that has jumped up to pole position as the most-watched title on Netflix right now (in the UK and globally).

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Like with most successful TV shows, people immediately start to question when there will be more.

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Because it seems people are pretty impatient when it comes to a series about unfortunate people that have been forced together in a bizarre set of survival games for money.

What may come as a surprise, however, is that the show is yet to be officially confirmed for a second series, despite Netflix's global TV head, Bela Bajaria explaining that they're trying to 'figure out the right structure'.

With that, it would be interesting to know the plans for a possible second season. Coincidentally, Squid Game creator Hwang Dong-hyuk has passed on one of his ideas.

Speaking to The Times, Hwang explained: "If I do get to do [another season], one [idea] would be the story of the Front Man."

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Credit: Netflix
Credit: Netflix

Look away now if you're yet to watch the show - spoilers ahead.

Front Man is the fella in charge of organising the games and monitoring contestants as well as guards.

The Front Man - who is played by Lee Byung-hun - wore a mask until he was revealed as In-ho, a past winner and the missing brother of policeman Jun-Ho.

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As well as the second season (we're just assuming now that there will be one) focusing on the Front Man, Hwang also revealed that it could hone in on the police.

He said: "I think the issue with police officers is not just an issue in Korea. I see it on the global news that the police force can be very late on acting on things - there are more victims or a situation gets worse because of them not acting fast enough.

"This was an issue that I wanted to raise. Maybe in season two, I can talk about this more."

How very topical indeed.

Featured Image Credit: Netflix

Topics: Entertainment, TV and Film, Netflix, Squid Game

Rebecca Shepherd
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