Netflix is bringing Hades
Netflix is bringing Hades

Netflix trailer for the IRL Squid Game

What To Know

  • This adaptation of the intense and nightmarish Korean drama, widely acclaimed for its popularity, will take the form of a competitive show titled “Squid Game.
  • In this series, 456 participants will engage in games inspired by those featured in Squid Game, with a grand prize of $4.
  • Following a sneak peek in June, Netflix has unveiled a teaser for the series, offering a glimpse into the challenges awaiting the participants.
  • In the meantime, for those eager to explore an alternative, there’s the option of watching MrBeast’s interpretation.

If it slipped your mind, a real-world adaptation of the Squid Game is set to make its debut on Netflix. This adaptation of the intense and nightmarish Korean drama, widely acclaimed for its popularity, will take the form of a competitive show titled “Squid Game: The Challenge.”

In this series, 456 participants will engage in games inspired by those featured in Squid Game, with a grand prize of $4.56 million up for grabs, all without the peril of actual mortality. Nevertheless, accounts of the filming process have indicated that it has been an exceptionally grueling experience for the contestants.

Following a sneak peek in June, Netflix has unveiled a teaser for the series, offering a glimpse into the challenges awaiting the participants.

Among these challenges, we catch glimpses of games like Red Light, Green Light, Hopscotch, and a conspicuous reference to Judy Chicago’s The Dinner Party. Additionally, we are introduced to life-sized Battleships as part of the competition.

In the meantime, for those eager to explore an alternative, there’s the option of watching MrBeast’s interpretation. As for viewing details, “Squid Game: The Challenge” will be available for streaming on Netflix starting from November 22nd.

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