Netflix Reveals First “Squid Game” Season 2 Footage

Netflix has revealed the first footage from Squid Game season two, along with a slew of fresh looks at their upcoming slate for 2024. The streamer’s big year ahead includes the live-action Avatar: The Last Airbender (February 22), Cameron Diaz’s return to acting alongside Jamie Foxx in the spy comedy Back in Action (appropriately titled!), and part two of Zack Snyder’s sci-fi epic Rebel Moon: Part 2 – The Scargiver (April 19). Big, ambitious new series, big new films from seasoned directors, and returning fan-favorite series are among the mix.

Perhaps no title is as hotly anticipated as the return of Squid Game, the twisty Korean series from creator Hwang Dong-hyuk that took the world by storm. The footage picks up where season one left off, with Gi-Hun (Lee Jung-jae) on the phone saying, “I will find you, no matter what it takes.” The deadly game that our hero won appears to be far from over.

There’s a whole lot more coming to Netflix, including Game of Thrones creators David Benioff and Dan Weiss’s ambitious sci-fi series 3 Body Problem (March 21), Eddie Murphy’s return as Axel Foley in Beverly Hills CopAxel F (summer), season three of Bridgerton, season four of Outer Banks, the Keira Knightley-led thriller Black Doves, Richard Linklater’s film Hit Man (June 7), director Jaume Collet-Serra’s Carry On, and the Jennifer Lopez-led sci-fi feature Atlas.

Check out Netflix’s sizzle reel here:

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Featured image: Squid Game S1. Photo: Noh Juhan | Netflix.


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