Netflix confirmed the second season of the acclaimed South Korean series ‘Round 6’ via social network this Sunday afternoon (12). The official announcement comes eight months after the release of the first season, the biggest success in the history of the streaming platform.
In a video showing the dreaded doll’s eye, which says “French fries, 1, 2, 3…”, the streaming giant shows the number “2” in the pupil. check out:
Season 1 of “Round 6″ took 12 years to make but became the most popular series on Netflix in just 12 days. As the writer, director and producer of Round 6, I thank all those around the world Those who have watched and enjoyed the series. Thank you!” Series creator Hwang Dong-hyuk wrote in a statement on the platform’s website.
Then he announces. “Now, Gi-hyun is back. The leader is back. Season 2 premieres soon. The man in the suit may be back with Dadakji. You’ll also meet Young-hee’s boyfriend, Cheol-su. One And get ready for the rounds!”, he added.
The first season of ‘Round 6’ consists of nine episodes. In it, 456 people compete for a prize of $45.6 billion won, or $208.5 million in a game full of deadly childish pranks. The first part ended on a hook for more, with protagonist Seong Gee-hun, player number 456, played by Lee Jung-jae, making room for a sequel.
He is a divorced driver, addicted to sports and recruited to fight for the prize. His ex-wife moves to the United States with their daughter. He hesitates, but signs up. Seong emerges as the winner of the competition and prepares to board the plane. But, at the last minute, he turns to get the officials running the game.
Launched on September 17, ‘Jogo da Lula’, as the series is known in other languages, including the original, clocked a total of 1.65 billion hours in the first four weeks alone.
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